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HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 



H pp§T STREET, 8. E. 



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CARBOLIC SWIOKE BALL 



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INFALLIBLE CURE 

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For. ;; 's of Cri- -- ^>age 1 1, inside 

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REAL ESTATE AGENTS 

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REPRESENTING THE STATES OF 



California, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, the Territories of 

Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, 

and New Mexico. 



GEO. D. DORNIN. Manager. WH. SEITON, isst Manager, 



215 Sansome Street, - - San Francisco, Cal, 




Imperial 




FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON. 

Capital Paid Up in Cash $3,500,000 

Assets January 1, 1886 > 9,581,953 

Invested in United States 1,589,991 

A QUARTER OF A CENTURY of successful Underwrit- 
ing on the Pacific Coast has fully established the popu- 
larity of the IMPERIAL. 



Orient 

INSURANCE CO. OF 
HARTFORD. 

Capital paid np $1,000,000 
Assets $1,604,485 

HARTFORD INDEMNITY is " gilt- 
edged," and has a WORLD-WIDE 
REPUTATION. 



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THE GOLDEN GATE PLUG CLOSET.-™* closet is the best 
of it- kind having been so far constructed. It has the following advantages , 

1 It has a simple, strong valve, suitable for any pressure, self-closing by a 
genuine PHOSPHOR BRONZE SPRINO, acting with the pressure. To prevent 
breaking and weakening of the Spring, I have gone to the expense of using PHOS- 
PHOR BRONZE WIRE, which will have the de-ired effect. 

It has a real sanitary overflow, a copper float attached to a bell of the same 
metal resting on face of the brass overflow pipe, operated by the rising of the 
water in the closets above its level, thus absolutely preventing any escape of sewer 
gas— even the closets being without water. 

It has no dead corner, consequently no foul water will be lett in the close 
after lifting of the handle. A constant rush out of the flood chambers will keep 
the closet and trap perfectly clean. 

ii.) The plug or plun 

geri> made in such shape 

as to prevent passing of 

rubbish into the float 

chambers, resting with a 

soft rubber gasket on a 

ground heavy brass seat. 

(.">.i All the iron parts 

of my closets are dipped 

into boiling hot asphal- 

tmv. varnish. Tbis sys- 

is far superior to 

ing with a brush in 

to prevent rust- 

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osets the most per- 
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St. 

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patrons with the 
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S.F. PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



W. T. GABRATT & CO., 

M$$ and Bell FoundriJ, 

MACHINE AND HYDRAULIC WOEKS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

flOOKEM'S CELEBRATED STEAM PUMP 
Double-Acting Suction and Force Pump. 

Church Bells, ^k j Deep Well Pumps 

School Bells, M gJkL Farm PumpS 

Fire Bells, fJ^E&ta^^S ° U PnmpS ' 

Farm Bells- ®^^^^^^ Miuiug Pumps. 

Gongs, -^^StP^^^^A ShlpS PumpS< 

Glohe Valves, ^|tZ^^^£^^ N Service Cocks. 

G ardeu Valves. "* ^ Steam Gauges. 

BRASS CASTINGS AND BRASS GOODS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Hydraulic Machinery for Land Irrigation and Reclamation 

Air Pumps for Breweries an d Wineries, 
Water Gates, Fire Hydrants, 

THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF 

Engineers' Supplies. 

THE BEST 

WINE PUMPS AND SPRAY PUMPS. 

IMPORTERS OF 

Iron Pipe, and Malleable Iron 
Fittings. 



CORNER OF 




Fremont ami Natoma sis.. Son Frnuri 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



I. S, CROCKER k €0. 

SAN FRANCISCO and SACRAMENTO, 

importing and Wholesale Stationers, 

PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, 

BOOKBINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

Novelties in Fine Goods, 

Novelties in Stationery, 



Photograph Albums, Handkerchief Boxes, 

In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork, In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork. 

Autograph Albums, Glove Boxes, 

In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork. In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork. 

Odor Cases, Jewel Cases, 

In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork. In Plush, Russia Leather and Cork. 

Portmonnais, in Ivory. Inlaid Writing Desks. Promenade 
Bags. Cigar Cases, in Ivory. Cigarette Cases, in Ivory. Card 
Cases, in Ivory. Dressing Cases. Opera Glasses. 



An Elegant Assortment of Illuminated Correspondence Cards 

Fine Papers, -with Envelopes to Match. 

CORRESPONDENCE CABINETS IN PLUSH AND SATIN. 

Visiting Cards, Menus, Dance Programmes and Correspond- 
ence Cards. Plain and Decorated. 



AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST FOR 

Leroy W. Fairchild's Gold Pens and Pencils and Crane's 
Celebrated Fine Stationery. 

H. S. CROCKER & CO., 

215, 217 and 219 Bush Street, San Francisco. 
And 208 and 210 J Street, Sacramento. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ECLIPSE * f EXTRA DRY 



1— Of most delicate flavor 
and the only tme 
champagne produced 
in the U S. 

3.— Purer than the best of 
champagnes sent 
from France to this 
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5- No brandy. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 




Natural product of the 
finest grapes of the 
world, no addition 
of brandy. 

A true champagne ; 
comparison will 
prove it equal to any 
imported. 

6— No headache. 



DEALERS 



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CALIFOENIA. 




ARPAD HARASZTHY & CO., 

530 WASHINGTON STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad 





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The Only Direct, and the Shortest, Quickest and Best Equipped 
Broad-Gauge Eoad to the Immense 

Redwood Forests of Sonoma County, 

And the BEAUTIFUL SCENERY of ihe 

RUSSIAN RIVER. 

The Grandeur and Variety of the Views on ihe line of this Road are Unsurpassed, 
and every facility will be offered to the 

INVALID, TOURIST, MERCHANT AND SPORTSMAN 

IN SEARCH UF HEALTH, PLEASURE OR GAME. 

C A-^Il'I^VG- PARTIES will find it to their advantage to 
select their ground on ihe line of this road; and for 

I?ICiNIO PARTIES the accommodations it offers cannot be 

surpassed. , 

STAGE CONNECTIONS. 

This is the Only Direct Line to URIAH and SKAGGS' SPRINGS 

This is the New Line to EUREKA, Humbwldt Bay. 

This is the Shortest Line to MENDOCINO CITY. 

This is the Best Equipped and Most Comfortable Line to LAKEPORT, BART- 
LETT SPRINGS, HIGHLAND SPRLNGS aud SODA BAY. 

This is the Most Picturesque Line to the WONDERFUL GEYSERS. 

Round-trip Tickets, whicb are issued via Cloverdale and Calistoga, are under 
the careful management of world-renowned drivers. 

SUNDAY^ EXCURSIONS. 

For a pleasant day and a good time in th*» woods, the fields, or on the mount- 
ains, go by this route. 

GENERAL OFFICE, 410 MISSION STREET 

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General Offics, 410 Mission Street, San Francisco, Cal 

JAMES M. DONAHUE ^T^t 

H C WHITING Vice-President and Superintendent 

H. VON SCHRODER ••" • T^ditor 

THOS. W. JOHNSTON ^Secretary and A uditox 

CHAS. THORN, JR General Fre igh tAge 

PETER J. McGLYNN G. P. and * . Agt 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



D. SEWELL'S 

PHOTOGRAPH PARLORS, 

1025 Market Street, 

BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH, (SOUTH SIDE,) 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



SMALL PICTURES COPIED AND ENLARGED TO ANY SIZE 

Also, Pictures Taken from Life, Finished in 
©il 3 Crayon, Water Colors, or India Ink, 



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All Work Made at this Gallery is Guaranteed to be Equal. 

if not Superior, to the Very Best Made 

in this City or State. 

Please Call and See Specimens before Sitting Elsewhere. 



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1085 M A R K E X STREET 



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CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL. 

A POSITIVE CURE FOR~CATARRH, ASTHMA, NEURAL- 

MA, HAY FEVER, BRONCHITIS, HEADACHE, 

CROUP, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE 

NOSE, THROAT, AND LUNGS. 

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Thousands of Home Testimonials-Read the Evidence. 

San FKANC18CO, January 6, 1887. 
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO., 653 Market street, S, P.— „.,_„.„ 

«jT C Atlemen : I can add my testimony to the efficacy of the i ahhulm 
SMOKE BALL." I have used it. IT CURED ME of a severe cold and pi 
cal headaches. I am satisfied it has merit, and recommend it to any person sufl 
from HEAD, THROAT OR LUNG TROUBLES. 

THEO. REICHERT, Surveyor-General. 

"But for the 'Smoke Ball' Our Child Would Have Died." 

San Jose, March 20, 188T. 
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.— GENTLEMEN: It is with great | 
-lifyto the merits of your medicine, the "SMOKE BALL." We purchas 
of your Smoke Balls a short time aj»o, and used it with great success foi 
head. Consider it the best remedy we ever had in our family. Not long -nice our 
little girl had a severe attack ot membranous croup, and if it had not been tor the 
"Smoke Ball" she would have died. Tbe first application gave instant relief, and a 
plications completely cured her. We consider the "Smoke Bill 
;p. Gratefully yours, F- W, TENNAN1 

No. 80 W. San Fernando street, San Jose. MRS, F. W. I I N NAM 

Mall DDnr DC receive careful and prompt attention. State diseas 
mAIL UnULllU t'>msin writing, addressing San Frai 
treatment mailed on receipt of price, $5, and four centa in stamps. u 8mok< 

Debellator" package, *'2. Remit by Postoffice or Welle, I 
order, postal note, or in coin by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s K> , 

Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.rHr^/ite^* 

(OPPOUTE LOTTA FOUNTAIN.) , 

Entrance. 652 Market Street, San Franc 
^ttrculars, testimonials, etc., sent to any address on receipt ol two- 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



H. W. SHARP. 



C, F. SHARP. 



YO SEMITE HOUSE. 



SHARP BROTHERS, Proprietors 



Main Street, Stockton, Cal 




TJhe ©inly First-Class Hotel in the City. 

BATES S',2 TO !*:t 1*1311 1>/V^. 

General Ticket Office for the Big Trees and Yo Semite 
Valley, and for all Southern Towns. 



'BUS WILL CONVEY GUESTS TO THE HOTEL FREE OF CHARGE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD, 
Importers and Commission Merchants. 

Sole Agents. 

English Groceries. 

Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles, Lucca Oil, Etc. 
Colman's London Mustard. 
Epps's Homoeopathic Cocoa. 
Fry's Cocoa and Confections. 

" Finest Sublime Lucca Oil" in Tins. 
Day & Martin's Japan Blacking. 

Ross's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale. 

Peak, Frean & Co.'s English Biscuits 

Imported Liquors: 

Burke's Guinness's Dublin Porter. 
Burke's Bass's Pale Ale. 

Burke's Irish and Scotch Whiskies. 
Joule's Stone Ale, in Wood. 

Waukesha Mineral Water Co. 

Schlitz Milwaukee Beer, kegs and bottled 
Eschenauer & Co.'s French Wines, 
Anchor Brand New York Cider, 
Caracas Bitters. 



IMPORTERS AND HOLDERS OF STANDARD BRANDS 
OP AMERICAN WHISKIES. 

WE DO NOT OUT, RKCTIFV OR COMPOUND. 



2 1 2 and 214 Market st. and 15 and 17 Pine st. 

Union iu<x-k. Ban Franoteoo. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



N. P. LANGLAND 



STAIR BUILDER, 



407 Mission Street, (Mechanics' Mill,) San Francisco. 



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N. P. LANGLAND, 

i 407 Mission. 



P. Z. NAUMAN & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



SAFES, SCALES AND LETTER PRESSES, 

MONEY TILLS AND LAWN MOWERS. 



Safe and Scale Repairing a Specialty 



No. 122 CI.AY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

JAMES POWER, 

Tinsmith and Plumber, 

Tin, Copper, Brass and Sheet Iron Worker, 

49 SACRAMENTO ST., NEAR DRUMM, SAN FRANCISCO 

Manufacturer of all hinds of Dairy Goods. 

Hotel, Restaurant, Mill and Ship Work Promptly Attended to 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




THE 



I IMPROVED VICTOR 
REVERSIBLE 

Road Machine 

HAS NO EQUAL FOR 

BUILDING IBBIGATING 
DITCHES, 

BUILDING AND REPAIR- 
ING EOADS. 

SWD FOB CATALOOUH. 
AGENCY OF THE 

American Road 
Machine Co., 

EENNETT SGIUARE, PA. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

ROAD MACHINES, 



Manufacturers of All Kinds 
of Vehicles. 




A Large Stock of Buggies, Phaetons, etc., at Prices to Suit. 

WM. ZARTMAnITcCK, Petaluma, Cal. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



PACIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

REPRESENTING THE STATES OF 

California, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, the Territories of 
Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, 
and New Mexico. 



m. D. DORNIN, Manager. WH. SEXTON, Asst, Manager. 



215 Sansome Street, - - San Francisco. Cal. 

The Lioij 

FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON. 

Capital $4,125,000 00 

Capital and Assets 4,694,993 OO 

Invested in United States 803,283 17 

THE LION RANKS SIXTH IN VOLUME OF BUSINESS on the Pacidc 
oong the hundred and three Companies. 





WaghiiuJtoii 

INSURANCE CO. OF ROSTON. 

Capital paid in $1,000,000 Z 
Assets 1,908,730 11 

THE WASHINGTON bears worthily the name of 
the "Father of His Country.' - its steadily increas- 
ing business on the Pacific Coast attesting its 
popularity. 



ADVERTISING LEl'ARTMENT. 



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J. W. jSpauldiijg $aw Go. 

Hanufactdrers ok 

SJPAULBIN©'S 

Inserted Tooth and Chisel-Bit 



CIRCULAR SAWS 



Nos. 17 and 19 FREMONT STREET, 

Near Market, .San Francisco, Cal 





Our NEW CHISEL-BIT SAW never clogs ■ r chokes in 
the cut. It is a free ami easy, cutter, i 
perfectly in all kinds of timber. The bits 
work loose. It requires no skill to keep it in 
order. It is the best and most economical Saw in use. 
Borne of the salient points of excellence in our 
| new CHISEL-BIT SAWS us compared with other 
Saws: 1st— The saving of power to do a 
given amount of work. 2d— The saving of 
time and expense in keeping the Saws in 
working order. 3d— The stability of the bite 
and their fastenings. 4th- The cost at which 
lumber may be out per th 
5th— The protection afforded th 
plate from the W< ax i 
dust. W illy refer 

m r three hand- 
mills now using 
aws. 



18 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

JOHN SKINKEE, 

256 MARKET ST SAN FRANCISCO 

SOLE AGENT ON THE PACIFIC COA8T FOR 

DUPONT'S CANNON, MUSKET, BLASTING, SUPERIOR 
MINING AND CELEBRATED BRANDS SPORTING 



EAGLE SAFETY FUSE, SINGLE, DOUBLE AND TRIPLE 
TAPE, CEMENT No. 1 AND No. 2. 

NOBEL'S GIANT CAP CO. DOUBLE AND TRIPLE 
FORCE GIANT CAPS - THE STRONGEST AND 
BEST IN THE MARKET. 

Graining. Gilding. 

George Ballard, 
~* HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, *r 

119 Davis Street, corner Sacramento, up stairs. 

ENTRANCE ON DAVIS STREIT. 

WHITENING. PAPER HANGING. 

mwmm in mxmm% 

NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS 

FOR EVERY STATE AND TERRITORY. 

308 California St., North Side, between Sansome and Battery, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Passports, Patent?, United States and State Trade Marts secured ; Negotiable 
Paper Protested; Marine Protests Notfd and Extended; special attention to the 
Taking of Depositions and ibe rxecutionof Judicial Commissions in compliance 
with the laws of the States and Territories. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Terminus of Union-street Cable Road. 
R. HERMAN Proprietor 




HOT SALT WATER BATHS 

PORCKLAIN BATH TUBS. PURK OCEAN WATER ELEOANT FAMILY ROOMS. 

LARGEST AND ONLY SURF BATHS IN THIS CITY 

Sutter-street Cars running along Polk Street connect with 
Union-street Cable Cars direct for Baths. 



20 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

San Francisco Zinc Foundry. 

F. MAINZEft & SON,. Proprietors. 

No. 2 5 Jessie street, Near First 

SAN FRANCIWCO. 



ALL KINDS OF ZINC ORNAMENTS. 



S. E. HOPPER'S 

California Glass Bending & Cutting Works 

Art Glass, Emhossed Klass, gut Klass and Bent Klass. 

39% Fremont Street, corner Missior, San Franeiseo. 

The Leading House in its Line on the Pacific Coast. 

K. THOMPSON, 

INSTRUMENT MAKER, 

411% California Street, Room 18, 

{Between Montgomery and Sansome,) 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Dental, Surgical and Optical Instruments 
Carefully Repaired. 



Union Endowment and Mutual Benefit Ass'n 

4bF CaLIFORNIA.-INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF 
v" California, January 5th, 1886. Home Office, No. 5 Odd Fellows' Hall cor Sev- 
enth and Market ptreets, San Francisco, Oil. 

O. C. Wheeler. President. Wm. H. Thompson, Secretary. 

Refkbences (by Permission,— Hon. Geo. C. Perkins, ex-Gov. of California- Hon 
Horace Davis, ex-M. C from Cal.; M. M. Estee, Esq.. of Napa; Dr E H Pardee ex- 
Mayor of Oakland; J. W. Winans, Esq. (Winans & Belknap, S.F); Hon W W Morrow 
MC. from Cal.; Hon. Chas. Sumner, ex-M. C. from Cal.; Chancellor Hartson Esq * 
of Napa; L Wadham, Esq, ex-Tax Collector of S. F.; Ira G. Hoitt, Esq , President 
Board of Education, S. F. ^ 

Insure in our " Ten-Coupon Endowment" plan, which gives you more money to 
live than to die. Assessments monthly, which may be paid by 20 per cent, cash and 
80 per cent, note, thereby making the payments easier to carry than by any other 
Association in the country. AGENTS WANTED. ADDRESS THE SECRETARY 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 21 

A. M. DOLPH, Pbebident. E. W. MULLIKIN, Skc't and Treaj. 

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IB ^mMmWmHKBf \ AND DKALERS IN 

^^MHHHSlSH|MHKifc= s - w - cor - ninth st. and 

\j\ *3jyj|gg|j^^p &^s== FREEMAN AVE., 

M^^^ Jj^" Cincinnati, Ohio 

Geo. W. Gordon, Manager, 295 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE : 

With C. W. Gordon, 320 Sansome Street, Boom 67. 

SIERRA LUMBER COMP'Y 

MANUFACTURE AND DEAL IX 

Doors, Windows, Blinds, 

Sragar Pine, Yellow Pane, Spruce aintil Fir 

LUMBER 



Red Bluff y Tehama Co. Chico, Butte Co. 



SAN FRANCISCO YARD, cor. FOURTH and CHANNEL Sts. 



Office, 3 20 Sansome street, Room 9 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



C. L. P. MARAIS. 



F. D. CIPRICO. 



CIPRICO & MARAIS. 

Mechanical Engineers & Manufacturers' Agts 

AGENTS FOR 
Garcin & Sons' Timber and Quarry Lifting Jacks ; Ad- 
justable Dovetail Cutting Machines ; Valve for Wine 
Casks ; The " Perfect" Air-Tight Fruit Jar. 

THE MANUFACTURE OF SPECIALTIES CONTRACTED FOR. 



104 MARKET ST. and 3 CALIFORNIA ST., San Francisco. 

Dr. JUSTIN GATES, PIONEER DRUGGIST. 

PROPRIETOR 

TURKISH and R USSIAJST STEAM BATHS 

JONES' VENTILATED TRUSS CO, 
DR. GUNN'S BITTERS, 
ACTINA BATTERY CO, 
CARR'S TAPEWORM, 
VITALIZED AIR CURE. 



722 Montgomery Street, 



San Francisco 



C. A. NOLTE. W. H. WALSH. 

MECHANICS' FOUNDRY 

NOLTE & WALSH, Proprietors. 

213 to 219 FIRST Street, {.%£.} SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. 

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 




CASTINGS 

MADE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

SPECIALTIES: 

FINE CASTINGS, CAR WHEELS, 
GAS AND WATER PIPES, 

SASH WEIGHTS OF ALL SIZES. 



-,, 



ADVERTISING DEPA KT M KN T . 



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MOTTO: PROMPT ATTENTIO N TO BUSINESS. 

FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS; BUSINESS AGENCY. 

P GBALN, WOOL AXD PBODIY 

H 1 ^ r COVKRT ' ******' C. P. CROW, Financier. 

203 SACRAMEXTO STREET. SAK FRANCISCO. CAL. 



TIME 1»I< >N J r-.it 

Carpenter and JBuilde 

WIRE POULTRY COOPS. 

FITTING UP OFFICES A SPECIALTY. 



yh Ladders and Steve made to coder at short notice 

7 •-:>!.:-: :.. 



DR. THOMAS L. HILL, 

-4QB0B liailif,^^ 






Office szi Rfidcnm, 1088 Mnket S:ree:. 



OFFICE HOVE . . FROM & A.M. 70 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 25 



Grandest Triumph of the Healing Art. 

SURPASSING ALL OTHERS! 



EUCALYPTUS LIVER and BILIOUS PILLS 



They eliminate all poisonous matter from the system. 

They destroy fermentation in the stomach. 

Thev strengthen ami invigorate the nervous system. 

They purify the blood and fortify it against malarious 

They cure eoKo or cramps in the stomach in a lYw minutes. 

They cure indigestion, no matter of how long standing. 

Thev cure fever and agae, sick headache, liver complaint, sciatica, 
rheumatism, neuralgia, bilious attacks, toothache, diarrlue, dysentery 
and piles. For all female irregularities, especially at the change of life, 
no medicine on earth can equal them. 

Evervone who has once used them believes in them. 

They are sold under a guarantee to contain no mercury or other 
mineral, or any preparation of them. 



Beware of Spurious Compounds Made in Australia. 

Call at Office and Examine. 



WARREN & CO., 1004 HOWARD ST., SAN FRANCISCO, 

Sole Agents for the United States, 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



GHAS. METER & SONS' 

MILITARY BAND and ORCHESTRA 

-B-BRASS AND STRING MUSIC-H- 

FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS. 



Chas Meyer Business Manager and Director 

Albert Meyer Leader of Orchestra 

Prank A. Meyer Leader of Brass Band 



Office, 22 Eearny si, Room 5. Residence, 770 Harrison st. 

San Francisco, Cal. Hours, 10 to 3 P. M. 

C. E. DriscolPs Sanitarium. 

2210-2212 Powell street, North Beach, San Francisco 



E^HOT (AND COLD) SALT WATER BATHS, IN BIG 6-FOOT 

Porcelain Tubs, 25 cents, 6 Tickets, $1. Steam Baths, 50 cents. This 
is the largest, best and cheapest bath-house in the hot "salt water belt" 
west of Boston, Mass. N. B.— These baths run on their merit since 
1860, and under my control since 1866. 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. C. E. D. 



BEST TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS. 

NEW HAMMAM, 

3JLH POST STREET, - - - 8A.N FRANC18CO 
FOR LADIES AND GENTS. ^OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 27 



DIEPENBROCK BROS. & DOEING, 

BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, STATIONERS 

Sole Agents for Fred Pnstet & Co.'s Publications. 

IMPORTERS OF CATHOLIC BOOKS, CHURCH ORNAMENTS, 
VESTMENTS, RELIGIOUS ARTICLES, Etc. 

1049 Market Street, bet. Sixth and Seventh, San Francisco 

K W GORRILL, Presid't. H, C. CAMPBELL, Sec'y. C. F. SWIGERT, Treas. 

PACIFIC 

Bbibgb Cimpaxy, 

RAILROAD CONTRACTORS, 

AND 

Builders of Combination Wood, Iron and Suspension Bridges. 

Portland, Or . 169 Second St. San Francisco, Cal., 4 Cal'a St. 

GEORGE E. BELMOR, 



Boiler ^^^^^^^p^ Sheet iron 
Maker, ilk-- =iSjBP W ° rker " 

Repairing a Specialty. 

Jobbing Done Promptly at Reasonable Rates. 

Estimates Given on Any Kind of Work. 



208 and 210 Mission St., bet. Main and Beale, San Francisco. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ESTABLISHED 1856. 



IILLBIAII BillY. 

A. F. GREEN & CO., Proprietors. 




Hotels,' Restaurants and Private Families Supplied with 
Country Milk, 

From Millbrae, San Mateo County. 

GOOD PASTURE WHOLESOME FEED AND 

HEALTHY CATTLE. 



FRESH BUTTER, BUTTERMILK, CHEESE, CREAM, Etc. 

£gr*Secure Healthy, Wholesome Milk for yourself and 
children from this well-known Dairy. 

OFFICE AND DEPOT, 

THIRD AND BRANNAN STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

iTELEPHONE 3313. 



ADVERTISING DEPAR1MENT. 29 



W. I. WILLIAMS & Co., 

♦PHOTOGRAPHERS* 

914 Market Street, 

BALDWIN HOTEL BLOCK, - - SAN FRANCISCO 

•wmmxumb #. £>»©©«¥, 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

San Francisco Dry Plates. 

Factory, J/.33 Seventh Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

San Francisco Pattern Works 

MA N D F ACT D R ERS OF 

Patterns and Models 



FOR ALL KIXDS OF aIACHIXERY, 

IRON FRONTS, STOVES, FENCES, IRON AND BRASS WORK 
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

110 and 112 Beale Street (up stairs), San Francisco. 



James JVEason, 
NOTABY PUBLIC AND GONVEYANGEfi, 

425 CALIFORNIA STREET, (Basement. 

RESIDENCE— 121 California Avenue, opp.Twenty-ninlh »t., SAN FRANCIS" 
Tele i> 1\ <> ii «• S <> O . 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



The Best Place on the Pacific Coast to Get Your Music 
Boxes Repaired. 

Also, All Kinds of Musical Instruments, 

SUCH AS HARMONICAS, MECHANICAL TOYS AND TOILET ARTICLES 

ALL ARTICLES OF FURNITURE POLISHE'). 

Watches, Clooks and Jewelry Made and Repaired. 

AUGUST JACCARD, 120 SUTTEE STREET, ROOM 11, 

„ . ^Francisco. Take the Elevator. Material for Manufacturing Musical Boxes. 
Musical Boxes Bought and Exchanged. 

wTXspUklooh; 

METAPHYSICIAN 

TEACHER^AND^HEALER. 

Instructions Given in Psychometry and the Unfoldment of 
the Soul-Powers. 

333 TURK «TIIEE1\ 8A.N FRANCISCO. 



ROMAN ARTIFICIAL STONE AND MOSAIC MARBLE TILE 

MANUFACTORY. 



CHATAIK & GIlBTTI f 

117 Stockton Street, San Francisco. 

Mosaic Marble and Cement Tiles for Pavements Made 

to Order Cheaper than any other Tiling, 
MOSAIC TABLES, VASES, COLUMNS, STEPS, Etc., Etc. 

INSCRIPTION PLATES MADE TO ORDER, FOUNTAINS AND GARDEN WORK. 
Win* Cellars, Vaults, Arches and Walls made in Cement Concrete a specialty. All 
■work guaranteed. This Mosaic Compound of Marble and Cement is richer and more 
decorative and artistic lhan any marble. To obtain the same designs and ornaments 
in marble would cost about ten times as much. It does not stain like marble, and 
is much harder. Consequently, this Mosaic Work is cheaper and will last longer 
thau marble. PATENT APPLIED FOR. We can produce certificates and testimo- 
nials from the leading Architects of Europe, showing this work, now in use for over 
twenty years, to stand to-day just as bright as new. Any Cement tiles can be deliv- 
ered within ten days from receipt of order. All orders Promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



as. m% 



850 -MARKET STREET, 

COR. STOCKTON, 

Opp. FOURTH STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 







*amz<<&2^^ 



9% WWBMM^m^ 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

All Kinds of Firewood, 

On the Seawall, foot of Powell st. 



Pine for Bakers' Ovens a Specialty 



ARTISTIC 

Wood Engraving 

Done on the Shortest Notice, at the Lowest Rates in the City. All 
work executed with Neatness and Dispatch. 

J. U. Piekerden, 605 Glay street, S. F. 



SECOND REGIMENT 

BAND, 

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CALIFORNIA PATRON £ AGRICULTURIST, 

NO. 40 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



J. CHESTER, - Managing Editor. 



SIXTEEN PAGES, 12 X 16. 



The California Patron was established in ]87. r >, by authority aad 
under the direction of the California Statt - a Farmers' Journal, 

owned and controlled by the fanners of the State of California, and is 
now and has been wholly devoted to the interests of the Farm and the 
Grange. It has maintained the reputation of the Farmer's Exponent 
and Advocate, and has V>een so well received and appreciated that its 
circulation has nearly doubled during the last year. ^f* 

It was run as an eight-page monthly until 1878, when it changed to 
a semi-monthly, and ran as such until 'March 6, 1880, when it appeared 
as a Weekly. On the 1st of January, 188'2, its size was increased nearly 
one-half. On the 28th of October. 1882, its size was again increased. 

On the 13th of September, 1884, it was again increased to a m 
page paper, cut and stitched, and the seventh increase was made. Jan- 
nary 1st, 1885, to its present attractive size. 



Published Weekly, by the 

CALIFORNIA PATRON PUBLISHING CO. 

40 CALIFORNIA ST„ SAN FRANCISCO. 



DIRECTORS: 
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE and the 
MASTER OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE GRANGE. 



SUBSCRIPTION. -One Year, $2 00; Six Months, S1.0C 



|^" FOR ADVERTISING RATES APPLY TO^PUBLISHBB. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 






GALINDO HOTEL. 




B. WRIGHT, Proprietor, 

EIGHTH STBEET, BET. BROADWAY AND FBANELIN, 

OAKLAND. OAL. 

Pleasant Sunny Rooms, single and en snlte. The Table is first- 
class in every respect. 

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRANSIENTS. 



Liberal Terms to Permanent Boarders. 
Nice Playground for Children Directly in Front of Hotel 

Local Trains to San Francisco every half hour. Horse-cars fa 
part of the city within one block. Passengers getting off at Siit- . 
street station, Oakland, take free carriage to the Hotel 



36 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

STEPHEN J. ROSSI, 

goot ffom and jit f rfofer, 

1421 DUPONT STREET, 

BETWEEN UNION AND GBEEN, : : : SAN FRANCISCO. 

THIS IS THE 

Largest Italian-American 

Printing Office 

On the Coast. 



ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Mansfield's Capillaris. 

18 AN ARTICLE OF^SUPERIOR MERIT 

Itcun 

can t t . ire for Poison Oak and Stings: 

Draws out I kin Bmooth. For Cul 

Sore Throa ;t sublime quality, 

MRS, H. WORKS & CO., Controllers of Pacific Slope. Price 
75 cents, is on every bottle. Take no other. 
No; 1169 SEVENTH STREET, OAKLAND, CAL. 




MARTIN RYAN, 

General Blacksmith. 



Horseshoeing a Specialty. 
S. W. cor. Eighth and Clay sts. 

Oakland, Cal. 

D IN 1863. 

SANFORD & KING. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

WOOD ^VTSTD COAL, 

HAY ANX* GRAIN, 

1715 SAN PABLO AVENUE, OAKLAND. 

ALF. WARRINGTON, 

Sign PiiNfiij 

GILDING, FRESCOING., 

-AND— 

ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, 

316 HUNTER, bet MAIM and MARKET, STOCKTON. CAE. 



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41 



FERNANDO S. RODGERS, 




WAGON LETTEKING A SPECIALTY 



Monograms, Family Crests and Coats 

of Arms Artistically Executed 

on Carriages. 



217 ELLIS STREET, 

SAN FBANCISCO, CAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



VICTOR NELSON, 

Commission Merchant, 

612 Merchant Street, 

3AN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Sole Agent for Amcose Wes- 
tervicks-Silverskields Safety 
Matches and the Nordens- 

1 kiold Cigar. 




WEED & KINCWELL, 

CALIFORNIA BRASS WORKS, 

125 First Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

CHURCH AIVO STEAMBOAT BELL*-*. 

ALL KINDS OF BRASS, BABBITT, COMPOSITION. ZINC AND 
METAL CASTINGS. 

A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STKAM AND WATER COCKS AND VALVES, HY- 
-°* draulic Pipes, Nozzles and Hose Couplings, etc., Brass Ship Work, Spikes, 
Sheathing Nails. Rudder Braces, etc 

»" AGENTS FOR SIEBERTS EUREKA LUBRICATOR. 



DANIEL GIOVANNINI, 

(AGENT OF CHARCOAL MAKERS' SOCIETY,) 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in All Kinds of 

808 to 814 Paci fic Street , San Francisco. 

Wellington Coal, Coos Bay, Seattle, West Hartley, Sydney, 

Hard, Scotch, Charcoal, Coke. 

HARP WOOD, REDWOOD, P1IVE, Etc. 

Marble Depot and Saw Mills. 

HUFFlIfO a* BIANCHX, 

Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLES. 

83F" Monuments in Marble and Granite. Furniture, Marble Tops, 
Plumbers' Slabs and Washstand Tops a specialty. Office, Yard and Mills, 
No 964 to 970 Bryant, between Sixth and Seventh streets, San Francisco. 
Country orders promptly attended to. 



ADAERTLSING DEPARTMENT. 



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LA VOCE DEL POPOLO. 

— mm — 
Italian Newspaper of Large Size, Established in 1859. 

535 Via Washington. 

P. O. BOX 261«. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

&, B.EeYasco & Paride Kanessa, 

PROPRIETORS. 



Prices of Subscription. 

One Year «§ §9 

^ Six Months 3 25 

L^Three Months l ID 

Advertisements inserted in the 
way at liberal rates. 

\ copy of the paper is always 
free to every person who applies foi it. 
OOE DEL POPOLO is the only 
influential Italian newspaper published 
on the Pacifl^CoJsTTml-has very large circulation not only In the United states 
bntalso in Mexico, Central and South America, Australia, Italy, Switzerland, I 
and England, and among all who speak the Italian language. 

Beside/the interests of tl, t, it contains always the Latest Nt « 

the World, ai ly of Italy, Switzerland and Dalmatian countries 

LA VOCE DEL POPOLO is also the best medium for Advertisers to bring their 
business before the above-named populations. 

J. J. MOSSER'S 
Livery, Sale & Boarding Stable 





1539 Mission Street, opp. Potter St., bet. Eleventh and 
Twelfth Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

(©Ilfsfc 

Herses Bought and Sold on Commission. A laru i riving andJWork 

Horses constantly on hand. _ 

»* Stable and Corral for Horses Consigned from the ' M r » ia 

on Consignments. _ ,_ 

Hay, Grain and Feed at Wholesale and Retail. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



AHEBICAH HOTEL. 




AND— 



BBSTAUMANT, 

MAIN STREET, bet WASHINGTON and WESTERN AVE, 

Petaluma, Sonoma County, Cal. 
BECG8 & TOIWASINI, Proprietors. 

ial Accommodations for Tourists and the Traveling 
Public. 



SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. 



Strictly First-Class. Free Carriage to and from all Trains 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HOLLIS & BOOTH, 

Printers and Publishers 



? — " #< » — *^ 

PROPRIETORS OF 




2222 MISSION STREET, 

Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



First-Class Book and Job Printing of 

Every Description at 

Lowest Rates. 



fcREAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. 



HOUSES RENTED 

— AN 

RENTS COLLECTED. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WM. mi HOCSE, 

F. GERCKE, Proprietor, 

315 to 325 Bush Street, 

Bet. Kearny and Montgomery, San Francisco. 

— m ® — 

THIS HOTEL IS CENTRALLY LOCATED, BEING JUST A FEW 
MINUTES' WALK TO ALL THE 

PROMINENT BUSINESS HOUSES, POSTOFFICE, BANKS, 
THEATRES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

J^£) (a^L 

The Tables are First-Class, 

And are Prepared from the Best the Markets Afford* 
while the 

looms are Nicely and Well Furnished. 

M & 



-^JHE BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.^ 



Street Cars pass the door to all parts of the City every few 

minutes, affording Good Accommodations 

to our Guests. 



AI1VKKTI8INO DEPARTMENT. ** 



BLAKE, NIOFFITT & TOWNE, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

BOOK, NEWS, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPERS, 

Card Stock, Straw and Binders' Board, Etc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER BAGS 

512 to 616 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. 



ESTABLISHED 1858- 



Bartling, Phillips & Stilwell, 

SUCCESSORS TO BARTLTNG & KIMBALL, 







H^Book Bindersl! 

Mrs . © 



506 Clay Street, corner Sansome, San Francisco. 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, PAPER RULERS, 
PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, PUBLISHERS. 

Society Badges Stamped in Gold Leaf on Ribbon a Specialty. 



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48 ADVERT I I KT M EN T . 

EVEflipKJ Engulf. 

The Popular Newspaper 

OAKLAND. 

IT IS TO BE FOUND IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD. 



Best Advertising Medium in Oakland. 

Connected with the Establishment is one of 
the Largest and Best - Equipped Job Printing 
Offices on the Coast. 



OFFICE, 960 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, 

CAL. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 49 




■> >■.-:*>- *>-*^>L<>>_*^>J^.-»Z*JOOE3SQ6e3b6Q( IQOOI 



PALMER & REY j 



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ARE PROPRIETORS OF THE 



^X^actfic States Advertising Bureau 

^an Francisco Newspaper Union 

fyorth Pacific Newspaper Union 



Besides having the Eargest and Best Equipped 

Tub FoiKl^Prili Press Manufactory 



On the Pacific Coast 



NO llthftT rlffll Furnish Plates, Furnish Outsides, Repair Presses, &c. 

11 v v in vi i urn or supply sorts by returu Q f Mail 



WE CONTROL, 

A Majority of the Best Paying Advertising of this City, of the 
Pacific Coast, and of the East 



PALMER & REY 

T^FoiMers^ ai § Press • Marfactm 

405 and 407 SANSOME ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

PAI.MER & REY PALMER & REV 

ii2 & 114 Front St., Portland, Or. 46 Tribune Building, New York 

117-119 N. Eos Angeles Street, Eos Angeles, Cal. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



The CYCLONE Wind Mills 

PUMPING AND GEARED 

Self-Regulating, Best and Cheapest 
in the World 




Geared Mills, from 2 to 7 Horse Power, for 

Sawing Wood, Cutting Feed, Cracking 

Barley, Churning, and other 

Light Work 

Prices on Application ! Send for Catalogues ! 

Price List of Pumping Miles : 
10 foot, $50 12 foot, $65 14 foot, $75 

16 " "A" 90 20 " 150 24 " 200 

These Mills will pump from 2000 to 100,000 gallons per day. 

PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO. 

934-936 MISSION ST, SAN FRANCISCO 



SAN FRANCISCO 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



ALAMEDA, BERKELEY, OAKLAND, PETALUMA, 
SA>iTA ROSA, HEALDSBIRG, CLOVERDALE, 
SONOMA, NAPA, ST. HELENA. CALIS- 
TOGA, AND VALLEJO. 



1 887. 



Representing; Every Trade, Occupation and Profession, Alpha 

betically arranged and classified accordingly. 

Also, giving Individual Members of 

Firms and their Residences. 



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



Vol. I. 



UHLHORN & McKENNEY, Publishers, 

623 Commercial Street, 

8 an francisco, c^l. 



Entered according to the act of Congress in the year l^HT, by Uhlhobx 
Kknney, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, I' < 



SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY ROOM 

Petaluma Foundry and Machine Works, 

W. H. WORTH, Proprietor 

Manufacturer of 
Worth's Pat- 
ent "Wine and 
Cider Press; 
also, "Worth's 
Patent Horse- 
Powers, for 
Dairy, Pump- 
ing and Win 
ery Purposes. 



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Worth's Pat, Wine and Cider Press 



First Premium awarded on Wine Press at 
Sonoma and Marin Agricultural Fair, Sonoma 
Agricultural Park Association, Santa Clara 
Valley Agricultural Society, Mechanics' Insti- 
tute, San Francisco. 

Printed Testimonials of the following par- 
ties, who have bought my Wine Press, can be 
had by applying to W. H. WOETH, Petalu- 
ma, Sonoma county, California; J. B. J. Por- 
tal, San Jose; Wm. Pfeffer, Gubserville; Jos. 
Walker, Windsor; Kate F. Warfield, Glen 
Ellen; Joseph H. Drummond, Glen Ellen; 
Isaac De Turk, Santa Eosa; John Hinkel- 
man, Fulton; J. & F. Muller, Windsor; E. C. 
Stiller, Gubserville; Lay Clark & Co., Sauta 
Eosa; Vache Freres, Old San Bernardino; J. 
F. Crank, San Gabriel; Jas. Finlayson, Healds- 
burg; P. & J. J. Gobbi, Healdsburg; William 
Allen, San Gabriel; Wm Metzger, Santa Eosa; 
J. L. Watson, Glen Ellen; Walter Phillips, 
Santa Eosa; George West, Stockton; Eli T. 
Sheppard, Glen Ellen. 

Sole Manufacture?- of Worth's Patent Wine 
Press, Worth's Patent Grape Stemmtr and 
Crusher, Worth's Patent Horse-Power for 
Dairy, Pumping and Winery Purposes; also 
Worth's Grape Elevator, and all kinds of Ma- 
chinery. Please send for circular. 

W. H. WORTH, 

Petaluma, Cal. 



GERMEA tS KEPT BY ALL GROCERS. 



TABLE DF CDNTENTS, 



Alameda County GoTernment 779 

Classified Business Directory, (Ala- 
meda, Berkeley and Oakland) 831 

Clasified Business Directory, (Calistoga, 
Cloverdale. Healdsburg. Napa, Peta- 
lurua, St Helena, Santa Rosa, Sonoim. 

and Vallejo) 37-6>- 

Classified Business Directory, (S F) 52 

Directory of Names, (Alameda) 7C 

Directory of Names, (Berkeley) 773 

Directory of Names, (Calistoga) 17 

Directory of Names, (Cloverdale) 18 

Directory of Names, (Healdsburg). . . 10 

Directory of Name3, (Oakland) 780 

Directory of Names, (Napa) 22 

Directory ot Names. (Petaluma) 28 

Directory of Names, (Santa Bosa) . . . 



Directory of Names, (SFi 97 

Directory of Names. (Sonoma) 37 

Directory of Name9, (St. Helena) 36 

'irectoiy of Names, | Vallejo) 47 

Xapa County Government 15 

Solano County Government 15 

Sonoma Ciunty Government 16 

Ou Maud City Government TIC, 

Supreme Court State of California... 14 

Supienie Court, officers of 9 

Sum-erne Court Commissioners M 

Supreme Court, Los Angeles District, 

(where and when Leld) 9G 

Supreme Court, Sacramento District, 

(where and when held' 96 

Supreme Court, San Frvncisco Dis- 
trict, (where and when held) 9»; 



INEEX TD AE1TERTISMENTS, 



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\lsip E K front cover Cordelia Wine Vaults 

American Exchange Hotel 876 Corrig n WC 

American Hotel ** Cosbie Win. 

Baldwin J W 561 Coulson Nat T 

Ballard George 18 Crocker S & Co .... 

Bancroft W B fc Co 562 Delger E ™-. ™? »> 

Bartlin", Phillips & Stilwell * 47 Dickman Jones & Hettnch 6bo £^ 

Beck Adolph 6G3 Diepenbrock Bros & Toeing -■ w 

Begga & Tomasini \ . . . 44 Dolph-The A M Dolph Co. 

Beklen & Cofran 746 Doolittle Jarcea H 

Belmor George E 27 Dornin Geo D. ....... . 

"" Dow Steam Pump ^Vorks 



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.74K 
.2-16 

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Bemis O & Co 161 

BilfingerDrC W 687 

Blake, Moffitt & Towne 4, 

Brooklyn Hotel 161 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co 

naide back cover 

Budde Joseph 4 

Bush Chas H 877 

Byrne Ho!el 747 

Byrns Hotel 877 

Oadenau fc Co 208-50:i 

California Brass Works 42 

California Furnituie Co 144-145 

California Glass Bending and Cut 

ting Works 20 

California Patron and Agriculturalist 34 

California Plaster Decoration Works. 685! Field Seminary ,y5 JrJ 

California Zinc Foundry 585 Filmer k Stiller Electrotype Co (The) 6P6 ;<, 



Povle kMcAnley 747 

DriscollC E M 

Driscoll's Sanitarium Baths 41 

Eastman Frank & Co 703 

Eclipse Champagne 1 

Egerton Henry C 681 

Electric Development Co 505 M 

Equitv Benefit Association 506 •£* 

Eucalyptus Pills 26 "H 

Eureka Military Band ~-i 6 ^ 

Evans CO 851 p* 

Evening Enquirer (The) 48 £-* 

Fairbanks & HutchiDson front cover ^ 

Farmers' and Merchants' Business l-J 
Agency 24 £3 



Carbolic Smoke Ball Co front cover and 11 

Carty \- Cronin 16 

Casey M 877 

Central Carriage Manufactory 779 

Cevasco & Canossa 43 

Champion & rider 506 

Chatain k Gilotti SB 



Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. . . ■ 224 |xj 

Folkers J A & Bro 587-723-732 ^ 

Fox H B 5!! KJ 



Frieillander B 

Galindo Hotel M Z/l 

(ialli fc Co 5 °8 ^ 

Garratt W T & Co ■ £c 

Ciprico & Marais 22Gates D< Justin 2- t^, 

CogginCI SSGlovannlni Daniel V, ^ 

Commercial Hotel 180 Gladding, Md'.ean fc Co 34 ^ 

Contra Costa Tickle Works 77|Gleason P W3 



EVENING POST. 



ADVSB^SING MEDJ 



Fireman's Turn ia& Ca 



losses in great Chicago and Boston connu- 
grations aggregating 8718,502.00. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Golden Eagle Hotel 873 

. Golden Gate Park Band 32 

£H Golden Gate Plaster Mills. *506 

fsj Green A t & Co 28 

PJ Greenleaf J L ....'.'.'.'.'. 3 

CA Haines J D " " 527 

£_S Hall G. D. & Sons .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."" 16 

V2 Haraszthy Arpad & Co 7 

Harbor View Park .] 19 

<J Hartford Fire Insurance Co. ... . *746 

*-* Heald's Business College 

^ L., front cover and 256-257 

IP5 Hibernia Brewery 550 

O Hill Dr Thomas L 24 

£^ Hitchcock D W ......730 

^ Hodson front cover and 273 

»-j Hollis & Booth 4 

<J Hopper SE ' "on 

O Hull WmC .77777 40 

, e Imperial Insurance Co ... . 2 

r-s International Hotel 874 

^r" Inyo Marble Co of Cal . . back cover and 33 

^ Jaccard August 30 

Ui Johnston J E 779 

PJ Jones James G \ 

M King James L '.".'.WW. 18 

P4 ;Knox Geo T ' 161 

1=1 jKrattiger John 772 

Eh Langland N P 14 

H Lanier Chas & Co W.'.W. 875 

pLj La Voce Del Popolo 43 



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Lion Insurance Co 

Lucas & Co .... .506 

Mackay Alex 506 

Mainzer F & Son 20 

Mansell F & Co .690 

Mansfield's Capillaris 77! 37 

Mason James 29 

£" jMason W C . 777777 7783 

" jMasachusetts Benefit Association .96-97 

- jMcGuire J 702 

V^i McNicoll A J & Co 596 

*T* MechaDics' Foundry 77 22 

»?• j Meyer Chas & Sons 
~* jMighell & Richards 

* Millbrae Dairy. 28 

-^ Mills College and Seminary 272 

A |Mi3sion Journal 45 

__} jMoody Wm B 77 '877 

_} [Moraghan MB back cover 

<| jMorris M J 65' 

j^. JMosser J J 43 

!> NaumanP Z & Co 14 

Nelson Victor .'. 42 

New Atlantic Hotel 7 '.WW. .878 

New Hamman Baths 26 

Nichols A R .24-561 

Nolte & Walsh 22 

Northern Pacific Express Co 599 

Oakland Hospital and Hotel for In- 
valids 77g 

Occidantal Self Endowment Ass'n. . .506 
Orient Insurance Co 2 



Pacific Asylvm back cove 

Pacific Bridge Co 27 

Pacific Casket Co 733 

Pacific Express Co 77 7 .599 

Pacific Manufacturing Co 50 

Pacific Portrait Co 506 

Palmer & Rey '49 

Partridge WWW. . .694 

Patten & Holstein. ... 23 

Pattison E A & Co 7 7 7 

top margin line and 524-550-582-602 

PickerdenJ V 31 

Pidancet S 31 

Podesta & Gallo .........' .' ." .' .60* 

Power James 14 

ReaserJ T& Son .WW. ...... 778 

Redstone John rt 77.7 .506 

Reidy C inside back cover 

Rodgers Fernando S 41 

Rosenberg & Son 629 

Rossi Stephen J 

Ruffino & Bianchi ......... 42 

Ryan Martin 37 

Samm & Co 747 

Sanford & K-ng 37 

SFand NP R R '.'. .'.'.'.'. 7.8-9 

San Francisco Pattern Works 29 

San Francisco Zinc Foundry. 20 

Schiller C T 77 77 585 

Schindler Henry B '563 

Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co! 

424-425 

Schottler Joseph T 554 

Second Regiment Band 32 

Sewell D jq 

Sherwood & Sherwood 13 

Shipper k Dalgleish '879 

Sierra Lumber Co 21 

Simpson & Millar 747 

Skinker John 18 

Smith's Cash Store ! 7(528 

Snow Roland W 70] 

Spaulding— N WSpaulding Saw Co... 17 

Spurloch W A 30 

St Denis J & Co 

Stockton Business College 530-533 

Stockton Combined Harvester and 

Agricultural Works 38- 

Thompson E 20 

Thornton Samuel 645 

Uhlhorn & McKenney 588 

Union Endowment and Mutual Bene- 
fit Association 20 

Warren & Co 25 

Warrington Alf 37 

Washington Insurance Co 16 

Weed & Kingwell 42 

William Tell House 46 

Williams & Gregory ^9 

Williams \V I & Co 29 

Yosemite House 12 

Zartmann Wm & Co 15 

Zellerbach A 747 



THE BEST— THE TERM m , - - , . - .. v * - \- «- 

ustribution policies of The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y, 



1879 l88 7 

NO EXPERIMENT 



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Grand Success 



THE 



M&$acjjuget:f$ Beqefit A$$o(Moq 

OK BOSTON 

WLLLARD MARCY, President 
G. A. LITCHFIELD, Secretary 



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A New-Line Versus the Old 

(Generally Stronger, You Know) 



Going Right Ahead in Spite of Everything 



Insurance at Risk, nearly $50,000,000 

Writing, $1,000,000 a Month. 

ONLY FORTY-FOUR ASSESSMENTS II* EIGHT YEARS 



ABSOLUTE P^OTECTIOfl Op THE POLiICY HOLiDERS 

By the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 



THE mflSSflCHUSETTS 

BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 

Gives the best of Life Insurance for the least money, and after 
January, 1896, will pay large dividends. 

From the beginning it will pay larger dividends than any 
level-prem urn company, and pay them in advance, bv letting them 
remain in the pockets of the insured. 

MAXIMUM PROTECTION! MINIMUM COST!! 

"Massachusetts leads the way in advance legislation on the 
subject of Assessment Insurance," says that very high authority, 
Ex-Superintendent McCall, of New York. 

The annual cost on $i,coo insurance in this company the past 
eight years has been : 

At age 25, Mortality, 54.40, Reserve, 5i.io, Expense, 53.00-Total v 8 50 
At age 40, Mortality, 6.77, Reserve, 1.70, Expense, 3 .oo-Total,' 11.47 
At age 50, Mortality, 10.47, Reserve, 2.62, Expense, 3.00-Totali 16.09 

The average expense charge alone on $r,ooo in the old-line 
monopoly companies has been, for the last forty-one years, #11.94 
per year. Add to this a mortality and reserve expense,' which 
they have collected in excess of that received by the Massachusetts 
Benefit, and the figures stand thus, as the cost of #1.000 insurance: 

At age 25, Mortality, 57-41, Reserve, 57.31, Expense, 54.91-Total $19 63 
At age 40, Mortality, 9.82, Reserve. 13.S6, Expense, 7.89-Total, 31 57 
At age 50, Mortality, 15.00, Reserve, 20. 78, Expense, 11.92-Total' 47.70 

Note the difference, and remember that the much-talked-of 
paid-up insurance depends entirely upon the net reserve, nearly all 
of which, and much more, besides, would have remained in the 
pockets of the policy-holder had he insured in the Massachusetts 
Benefit Association, and he would always have been insured for a 
larger net amount. 

Three or four live, responsible men wanted as district managers 
in different parts of the Pacific States and Territories. 

ADDRESS 

J AS. O. JONES 

GENERAL MANAGER FOR THE PACIFIC COAST 

417 KEfl^flV STREET 

TELEPHONE NO. 828 6AN FRANC|SCO 

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PREFACE 



With this volume we begin the publication of an annual San 
Francisco Business Directory. From the very liberal patronage 
received we feel assured that our efforts are appreciated, and that we 
are supplying a want which we hope so to improve with each suc- 
ceeding volume, that it will become a necessity in every counting 
room in the city. 

We thank our patrons for their generous support, and hope they 
may realize all their expectations upon which they patronized this 
work. We are not publishing this Directory in a spirit of vindictive- 
ness or opposition to any now in the field, but let it stand upon 
its merits. We have no enemies to punish, neither do we ask any 
favors from them. 

May 1887. ^he Publishers. 



Agents In all prominent localities throughout -,. ■■■■.■ 

the u. s. for the Fireman s Fund Ins. Ca 



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ReniDvalSj CliangBSj Etc, 



Ach Henry, (Rothschild & Ach), res 
2419 Webster 

-Etna Ironworks. L M Starr, proprie 
tor, 217-221 Fremont 

Ahnmada Jose M, real estate agent 
office 607 Montgomery, res 230 
Kearny 

ALLEN RICHARD K, general 
manager Bankers and Merchants' 
Mutual Life Association, 322 Mont- 
gomery, res 937 Adeline, Oakland 

Allari Joseph, 55-56 California Market, 
res 513 Geary 

Allen E T, sporting materials, 416 Mar- 
ket, res 2204 Jackson 

Allen W R, importer iron pipe, 414 
Market, res 513 Webster 

Allen W W, attorney at law, 509 Mont- 
gomery 

Almas D, (Hink & Almas), res NE cor 
Montgomery and Washington 

Amador Branch Railroad, W V Hunt- 
ington secretary, room 45, Fourth 
and Town8end 

Amber Syrup Co, 202 Turk 

AMERICAN ASSURANCE 
CO OF NEWARK, N J, Bal- 
four, Guthrie & Co general agents, 
Geo W Spencer manager, 316 Cali- 
fornia 

American Machine and Model Works, I 
A Heald proprietor, 115 First 

Ames Pelham W, secretary Sutro Tun- 
nel Co, res San Rafael 

American Transfer Co, S A Wells pro- 
prietor, 9 Post 

ARMSBY CO J K, A G Free- 
man manager, commissian mer- 
chonts, 200 California 

Arnold CM, (Arnold Bros), manager Pa- 
cific Coast Immigrant Association 
and real estate agent, 331 Kearny, 
res 1011 Haight 

ARMSTRONG JAMES, secre- 
tary and treasurer Pacific Electrical 
Storage Co, res Palace Hotel 

Arnold & Demerest, (C M Arnold and F 
W Demerest), real estate, 331 Kaarny 

Arnstein Ludwig, (Stein, Simon & Co), 
res 1113 Bush 

ASCH J, cigars and tobacco, 1(1 
Grant ave, cor Geary 

Atkinson Thomas T, (Thos T Atkinson 
& Co), res 1610 Turk 



Atlantic Free Warehouse, Oilman & Dan- 
forth proprietors, SE cor Front and 
Broadway 

Atlantic D S Bonded Warehouse, Gil 
man & Danforth proprietors, 716 
718 Battery 

A VOZ PORTUGUEZA, room 
10, 619 Montgomery 

AYER CYRUS, Tremont Restau- 
rant, 172:-! Market, res same 

BABIN LANDRY C, real es- 
tate and insurance, 413 Kearny 

Backus O J, (Geo H Tay & Co), res 1424 
Adeline. Oakland 

BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & 
CO, (Stephen Williamson, Alexr 
Guthrie, James B Fortune. Robert 
Balfour, Robert Forman and Robt 
Bruce), fire insurance, 316 California 

Balfour Robert, (Balfour, Guthrie & Co) 
res 156 Lake, Oakland 

Bannister Alfred, vice-president Starr 
& Co, 16 California, res Oakland 

Bank of America (The), 410 Montgomery 

Bartling William, (Bartling, Phillips & 
Stilwell), res 719 Fourteenth, Oak- 
land 

Bashford Mrs, dress maker, 710 Bush 

BATES MORRIS U, president 
Commercial Publishing Co, res 317 
Geary 

Bauer J E, (Bauer & Brady), res Geary 
nr Fillmore 

Baxter R W, road master S P C R R, res 
Oakland 

Bazet L, physician, 28 Geary 

Beck Thomas, U S Appraiser, res 1111 
Hyde 

Beckman H, watchmaker, 1230 Pacific 

Beuan Chas T, watches, diamonds, jew- 
elry, etc, 320 Kearny, res Pierce 

Belcher E A, attorney at law, Land De- 
partment, C P R R Co, res 115 
Powell 

Belcher Mining Co, John Crockett, sec- 
retary, 329 Pine 

Bellingham Bay & B C Railroad Co, P B 
Cornwall, SE cor Spear and Folsom 

Belus F A, cigars and tobacco, 24 Steuart 

Bemis Chas C, U S supervising inspec- 
tor of steam vessels, res 419 Bryant 

Bennet Thomas, general superintendent 
Pacific Life Insurance Co of Cali- 
fornia, res 1129 Myrtle, Oakland 



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REMOVALS, CHANGES, ETC. 



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Berkeley Branch Railroad, W V Hunt- 
ington secretary, Fourth and Town- 
send 

Berwin P & Bro, hats and caps, 21-23 
Battery 

Best & Belcher Mining Company, L Os- 
born secretary, room 29 Nevada 
Block 

BETTS SPRING CO, Wm M 
Betts president, Edwin Fretwell 
secretary^ 218 Fremont 

BIRD F L, manager P Centemeri & 
Co, 110 Post, res Alameda 

Bohen George T, (Union Insurance Co). 
president Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
Association, res 617 Pine 

Bolivia Consul for, Francisco Herrera, 
218 California 

Bowie Robert I, physician, office 220 
Sutter, res 2202 California 

BLAKE MRS ALVERSON. 
vocal culture and painting, 914 
Larkin 

BLANC HETTE LOUIS, boot 

maker, 304 Haves 

B LIVEN & LEWIS, (James L 
fi liven and George H Lewis), dealers 
in Pacific Congress and P S Seltzer 
Water, agents for Eastern Cider and 
Saratoga Water, 161 New Montgo- 
mery 

Blunder Walter H, (Mulroony k Blun- 
der), res 2845 Mission 

Blunt & Parker, naturalists, 997 Market 

Bretonnel J V, (Labadie & Bretonnel), 
res Oakland 

Brlce Mrs Elizabeth Tallant, (Tallant & 
Co), res 1001 Bush 

Brier W W. (W W Brier & Son), res Cen- 
terville 

British American Assurance Campany 
of Toronto, Okell & Woolley gen- 
eral agents. 411 California 

BROCKLEB ANK MANUEL 
T, real estate, room 33, 330 Pine 

Brod A A, (Hammond & Brod), res 862 
Mission 

BRODEK, SEELIG & CO, (G 

H Seelig and G Brodek), auctioneers 
and commission merchants, 319-321 
Pine 

Brogan Michael, proprietor Abbotsford 
House, cor Broadway and Larkin 

Brooks Thomas M, manager Munson & 
Co, 21 First 

Brown H W, (R I Green & Co), res Pal- 
ace Hotel 

BRUNSWICK-The E Brunswick 
Billiard Table Co, 205-211 Battery 

Buchanan James, lodgings, 216 Ninth 

Buchanan Mining Co, Michigan Bluff, 
837folsom 



BURGE S S, agent Mitchell wag-; p* 
ons, horse rakes and empire mow-, O 
er, 26 Beale M 

BURR JLMOS, .agent Michigan! ^ 



Central Railroad, -. 
res 116 Turk 

BUSH CHAS S, proprietor Brook-! 
lyn Hotel, Bush, bet Montgomery 
and Sansome 

Busing & Fletcher, (Henry Busing and 
E T Fletcher), restaurant, 539 Jack- 
son 

Cahn M A, president Whitney Standard 
Oakland Transler Co, res Oakland 

CALLAYOMI "WINE CEL- tX 
LAR AND DISTILLERY g 
Leon Lobe agent 417-41'J Market 

CALIFORNI A ARC id L 
TECT AND BUILDING 
NEWS, James E Wolfe propr, 
240 Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN bi 

ADVOCATE, (Weekly). Rev 

J JL> Hammond, publisher, 1037 ^ 

Market 
California Pacific Railroad, W V Hunt- 
ington secretary, room 45, Fourth 

and Townsend 
California and Oregon Produce Co, 4S 

Front 
California Jute Mill Co, Wilson, Wbitej 

& Co agents, 409 California 
CARBON HILL COAL CO,! 

(Washington Territory), Charles F 

Crocker president, Frank S Douty 

secretary, room 4, Fourth and 

Townsend 
Carey John T, U S attorney, Appraiser's 

Building 
Case J D, agent S P R R steamers, foot 

Market 
CENTEMERI P & CO. F L^ 

Bird manager, importers of kid to 

gloves. 110 Post 

CENTRAL HOUSE, F L Turpin 

proprietor, 871 Market 
Central Milling Co (The), C L Dingley 

president, D B Moody secretary, 

dour mills. 13 Steuart 
CERNOGORCEVICH 

CHRISTOPHER, saloon, 15 

Vallejo, res 1711 Jones 
Challenge Con Mining Co, A K P Har- 

man president, and C L McCoy 

secretary, 3^9 Pine 
CHAMBERLAIN MRS L C, 

engraver on wood, ^19 Bush, res 140* 

Van Ness ave 
CHATAIN & GILETTI, 

( Lvariste Chatain and Secondo <ill« 

letti), Roman artificial stone and 

marble tiles manufactory, 

Stockton 



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Chesebrough A, (Williams. Dimond & 

Co), res 2428 Jackson 
Chettle Joseph, lodgings, 247 Second 
Christensen Paul, (Toft k Cnristenson), 

res 38 Natoma 
CLIFT WILLIAM, president 

and superintendent Presidio andjCummings H A, chief clerk Treasurer's 

Sfm, ^ ll p a 1 ?, C °' Wl U ? i0n 'l ° ffice ' S P 6o « room 39 « Fourth and 
rw»» i w t 8 *? P !H° ^ e ' ° akland Townsend, res 1710 A Buchanan 

Cogswell J L, dentist, Chronicle Build- CURR AN H, proprietor New 



Crown Point Ravine Silver Mining Co 
James R Lee president, J M Buff- 
ington secretary, room 4, 309 Call- 
fornia 

Cullen Thomas A, (Logan & Cullen), res 
617 Post 



ing. rooms 5-6, res Russ House 
Cohen Augusta, fruits and vegetables, 

910 Larkin 
Coit C T. (Harrison & Coit), res 1121 

Montgomery 
Colby H H, (Steere k Colby), res East 

Oakland 
COLE R BEVERLY, physi- 

cian, 218 Post 
Columbia River Paper Co 
Columbus Buggy Co. 223 Market 

COLORADO STEAM NAV- 
IGATION CO, Chas Crocker 
president. Frank S Douty secretary, 
room 4, Fourth and Townsend 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 
John McUovern manager, Mont- 
gomery ave and Kearny 

Commercial House, (Joseph Koepke and 
Henry Schwartz proprietor), 636- 
642 Commercial, and 644-645 Clay 

Commins E P, (E Commins k Co), res 
714 Golden Gate ave 

Con Imperial Mining Co, A K P Harmon 
president, C L McCoy secretary, 329 
Pine 

COOK CHAS F, manager Union 
Mutual Life Insurance Co, 329-333 
Pine, res 2816 Bush 

Cooper Joseph, (Orr k Cooper), res 564 
Minna 

COOS BAY OREGON COAL 

CO, "NN V Huntington secretary, 
room 45 Fourth and Townsend 

Cornell Anson F, chief clerk Land De- 
partment S P R R Co, room 78, 
Fourth and Townsend, res 2623 
Howard 

Cosassa C, (L Arata & Co), res 6 Elm 
ave 

Coubrough Henry, (Genessee and Cale- 
donia Mills), res London, England 

Crane C C, ticket »?ent Denver & Rio 
Grande Railroad, res Arlington 
House, Oakland 

Crane J M, with John Henderson k Co, 
printers, 320 Sansome, res 611 Bush 

CROCKER C F, vice-president 
Southern Pacific Company, Fourth 
and Townsend, res SW cor Leaven- 
worth and Pine 



Franklin Hotel, SE cor Sansome and 
Pacific, res same 
Curtis W G, superintendent of tracks, 
S P Co, Fourth and Townsend, 
room 68, res 811 Polk 

DAILY EXAMINER (THE), 

removed to 756 Market 

Davidson Geo. assistant in charge U S 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, res 1117 
Hyde 

Davis Geo H, (Davis, Haber & Co), res 
1714 O'Farrell 

Davis, Haber k Co, (Geo H Davis and 
Henri I Haber), auctioneers and 
commission merchants. 211 Pine 

Deering J, paper hanging and decor- 
ating, lllo Market, res 543 Minna 

Dennis Mrs J H, lodgings, 131 Mont- 
gomery 

Dibble Henry C, U S Assistant Attorney, 
office Appraisers' Building 

Dimond W H, (Williams, Dimond & Co) 
res Menlo Hark 

Dingley C L, pres Central Milling Co, 
res Oakland 

Dingman Soap Co (The), agency 256 Mar- 
ket *- 

Dixon Thomas, saloon, 496 Fourth 

Dockery James P, (Tranor k Dockerv). 
323 Montgomery 

DCETTGER BERN HARD 
restaurant, 108 Fourth, res 450 >a- 
toma 

Dolliver F& Co,(Frank Dol liver), leather 
and findings, 29 Second 

Donaldson James, (Donaldson k Co), res 
Alameda 

Donaldson R A, asst general passenger 
and ticket agent S P Co, Fourth and 
Townsend, res 830 Turk 

DONOVAN J J, house and sign 
painter and whitener, 1432 Howard 

Dorn D S, (Dorn k Dorn), attornev at 
law, res 1305 Guerrero 

DOUTY FRANK S, secy Pacific 

Improvement Co, res 509 Webster 
Dojle Win H, collector, Third and Ber- 
ry, res 17 Hampton place 

DUNHAM, CARRIGAN & 

CO, importers hardware, iron, 
steel, metal, etc. 17-19 Beale and 18- 
24 Main 



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FattlSOn E. A. & CO. Offlcr dhow Sign?, etc, 308 Stockton. 



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Frost M B, (Van Horn, Mather & Frost), I 
res 1110 Myrtle, Oakland 

Fry W B, agent Pacific Coast The Singer 
Manufacturing Co, res Everett, Oak- 
land 

Furman H M. sec and treas San Pedro 1 
Lumber Co, 4 California, res 2513. 
Fillmore 

GANTNER H W, (Mangels k 
Gantner), res Dominica, S S F 

Genesee and Caledonian Mills, George 
Summerton and Henry Coubrougb 
proprs, flour and meal, 713-719 San- 1 
some and Gold bet Montgomery and| 
Sansome and Jackson and Pacific 

Gieschen Henry, saloon, 212 Fourth, res' 
299 Clementina 

GIFFORD T S, (Tauzy Gifford fr 
Co), res Palace Hotel 

Givens C S, (Jones & Givens), res 605 
Bush 

GLOCK ANTONE, Vienna plush 
and leather goods, August Kremser 
manager, 509 Bush 

Godfrey W A H, furnishing goods, 101 
Second 

GOUGH A P W, teacher of navi- 
gation, 9 Geary, room 16 

Gould W O, Actuary Pacific Mutual Life 
Insurance Co of Cal, 418 California, 
res 400 Van Ness ave 

Graham I, oil dealer, office 116 Califor- 
nia 



Dupas A, locksmith, 604 Mission 

Dwyer Miss Annie, candies, 231 Kearny, 
res 209 Hyde 

Ephraim F, cigar manufacturers, 414 
Market, res 1628 Clay 

EGNELL & CO, (A E Egnell and 
U Johnson), restaurant 29 Pacific 

EASTON & ELDRIDGE. 
(Wendell Easton), real estate and 
general auctioneers, 618 Market and 
15-17 Post 

Eagle Cracker Bakery. Gerhard Muller 
propr, SW cor Eleventh and Mission 

Fabin Krnest M. (Fabin Bros), res 1602 
Bush 

FAICK BROS, (Conrad Faick and 
Nicholas Faick), basket makers, 934 
Howard, res same 

Farretto Jacob, (A Rossi & Co), res 533 
Green 

Field Chas A, manager Producers' Mar- 
ble Co, 244 Brannan 

Fillmore L, general superintendent 
S PCR R, res Ninth and Wash- 
ington, Oakland 

Finlay John, money broker and capita- 
list, 53 Montgomery Block and 609 
Merchant 

Finnegass Henry, agent U S Secret Ser- 
vice Division, res 1022 Green 

Fishel Chas, (Fechheimer, Goodkind & 
Co), res New York 

Fitzgerald John, saloon, 329 Sixth _, _, . _ T „ „ , . tT , ,. „ 

Flanagan Chas B, editor and propr The GRANT RICHARD, cooperage 
Commercial Record, res 5o6 Clay * tock > J . ohn A ,, Ko8 * er mana S er - 

Fletcher George R, superintendent Odd L Townsend near Fourth 

Fellows' Cemetery, res Cemetery I 6 ™? H W » l Ql *y. Norwood & Co), 33 

Fletcher M, chief engineer U S Board 



of Navel Inspectors, Appraiser 

Building 
Foley M. (Hughes & Foley), res 1031 

Ellis 
Forman Robt, (Balfour, Guthrie & Co). 

156 Lake. Oakland 
Forrest Geo, manager E S Jaffray & Co, 

res Occidental Hotel 
Fortune James B, (Balfour, Guthrie & 

Co), res Liverpool 
FOX GEO W, attorney at law, office 

702 Market, res Oakland 
Frank F W, (Mohrig & Frank), res 11 

Franklin 
Frank M, (Weil. Frank & Co), res Ala- 

ineda 
Franks John C, U S Marshal, office 

Appraisers' Building, res 411 Mason 

FREEMAN A G, manager J K 

Armsby Co, 200 California 
Frerich8 Henry, lodgings, 429 Bush 
Friedlander M, commission merchant, 

419 California, room 5 
Friedlander S J, (Friedlander & Koch), 

res 908 O'Farrell 



Pine 
GRAY, NORWOOD & CO, 

(H \V Gray and T Norwood), stock 
brokers, 337 Pine 

GREENBAUM & CO, commis- 
sion stock brokers, 322 33 Montgom- 
ery 
Trim W H & Co, real estate, 428 Mont- 
gomery 

Grininger G. (Schafer & Grininger), res 
107 Buchanan 

GROSSMAN S, French Candy 
Factory, 14 Turk, res same 

Gwin T W, superintdent Pacific Tran»- 
ferCo, 110 Sutter, res 1603 Gough 

Haendel Isidore, (Haendtl & Levy), res 
1415 Geaiy 

HANNA J T, real estate dealer, 
417 Kearny, room 2, res 119 Four- 
teenth 

HANLEY & DAWSON, deal 
eis in hardwood, lumber and car- 
riage materials, 27-29 Beale 

HARNEY WILLIAM, secy 
Golden Gate Woolen Manufactur- 
ing Co, 1703 Octavia, res Menlo Park 



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Pacific, res same 

JONES JAMES G, (Successor to 
Jones & Person), general manager 
for Pacific Coast of the Mass Benefit 
Association, 417 Kearny, res NW 
cor Seventeenth and Twentieth ave, 
Oakland 

Jones W B, secretary Oregon Casket Co. 
res 936 Mission 

Keefe J,US Special Inspector of Cus 
toms, Appraisers' Building 
Harry W Syz general I Kenney David, (Kenney & Keefe), rea 
719 H Howard 



Harrison Arthur D, (Catton, Bell & Co), 

res 1019 Pine 
Haslett S M, (Bode & Haslett), res Ala- 
meda 
Healy J, saloon, 137 Fifth 
Heath R W, secretary Pacific Indicator 
Co, res San Rafael 

Heathcote, Dexter & Co, (Basil Heath- 
cote and Henry S Dexter), whole- 
sale wines and liquors, 410 Sacra- 
mento 

Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. (The) 
of St Gall 
agent, 410 California 

Henry W "Warner, (W Warner Henrv & 
Co), 212 Sacramento, res Oakland 

Henry W Warner & Co, (W Warner 
Henry), commission merchants, 212 
Sacramento 

Hicks Daniel, (Hicks & Judd), res 1010 
Pine 

Hillman James.D S Inspector of Boilers, 
office Appraisers' Building 

Hirsh Bro, H B Hopkins manager, um- 
brellas and parasols, 521 Market 

Hobbert H T, watchmaker, 218 Third 

Hoffman Odgen, judge U S District 
Court, Western Division California, 
res Pacific Club 

Hoffmann Henry, (Stein, Simon & Co), 
res 458 Guerrero 

HOME MUTUAL INSUR. 

ANCE CO, Robt H Magill gen 

eral agent, 216 Sansome 
Hopkins H B, manager Hirsch Bro, 521 

Market, res Baldwin Hotel 
Hopkins R C, translator, 606 Montgom 

ery, res 1654 West Mission 
Hubbard House, lodgings, Mrs James 

O McVey proprss, 139 Fourth 
Hunt Sandford, (Phillip & Hunt),res New 

York 
International Immigrant Union, Wm 

H Martin manager, 401 California, 

room 30 

INYO MARBLE CO 
CALIFORNIA, Capt 

Keeler pres, O F Von Rhein 

524 California 
Irwin John, pres C S Naval Inspection 

Survey, office Appraisers' Building 
Jackson Brewery, (W A Frederick & Co) 

1428 Mission 

JACKSON & KIM- 

BROUGH, (J W Jackson and 
D P Kimbrough). Pacific Novelty 
Co. 410 Kearny 
Jacobs B R, dentist, 799 Mission 
Jaffray E S & Co, George Forrest mana- 
ger, wholesale dry goods, 521-523 
Market 



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Kenney & Keefe, (David Kenney and 
Geo E Keefe), butchers, New Metro- 
politan Market 

KERN C A & CO, (C A Kern and 
C W Bilfinger), Phoenix Oil Works, 
office and factory 930-940 Brannan 

KIMBROUGH L P, (Pacific 
Novelty Co), 410 Kearney 

Kirby T J, (propr Phoenix Brewery), 
res 516 Noe 

Knight, Hiram D, U S Inspector Foreign 
Steam Vessels, Appraisers' Building 

Koch George, bootmaker, 604 Mission 

Kronholm Mrs J S, accoucheur. 328 
Seventh 

LADAGNOUS JUSTIN, Mai- 
son Riche), res NE cor Geary and 
Grant ave 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R R 
Co. Wm BeDell agent Pacific Coast, 
26 Montgomery 

LANGTON WM M. steam print 
er, 62» Clay 

LEAK GLOVE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO, Mon Leak presi 
dent, L C Raclgesky secretary, 521 
527 Market 

L'ECO DEL PACIFICO, semi 

weekly Italian journal, G Demar 

tini propr, 1421 Dupont 
Lercari L, (L Lercari k Co), res 2006 

Mason 
Lercari L & Co, (L Lecari and G Orcese), 

produce merchants, 616 Front 
Levy E, furniture dealer, 106 Fourth, 

re« 108 Fourth 

LOBE LEON, agent for the Cal- 
layomi Wine Cellar and Distillery, 
Middletown, Lake Co, Cal. All 
goods guaranteed to be pure grape 
juice. 417-419 Market, res 329 Fifth, 
Oakland 

Lowry MissN, (Smith & Lowry), res 934 
Vallejo 

LUCKHARDT C A, manager 
Nevada Metallurgical Works of S F, 
23 Stevenson 



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Lynds A, manager Allen & Ginter, 
(Richmond, Va), 226 California, res 
Lick House 

Lyser Albert, editor The Pacific Educa- 
tional Journal, 209 Grant ave 

MAG ILL ROBT H, general 
agent Home Mutual Insurance Co, 
216 Sansome, res NW cor Buena 
Vista ave bet Chestnut and Lafay- 
ette, Alameda 

Manley John, U S District Court, Ap- 
praisers' Building 

Marks & Wiswell, (C E Marks and F H 
Wiswell), merchandise brokers and 
California Glue Works, 116 Front 

Martin Wm H, (International Immigrant 
Union), res 1312 Union 

Masoero Dr C, veterniary surgeon, 25 
Montgomery ave 

Mather A S, (Van Horn, Mather & Frost) 
res 120 Sutter 

Matthews William, attorney at law, 120 
Sutter 

McCully John, saloon, 122 Second, res 
935 Twenty-first 

McKee Jobn, (Tallant Co), res 26 Twelfth 

MERCHANTS' CLUB, Authur 

R Briggs pres, Frank S Johnson 
vice-pres. B F Stone treas and E E 
Potter secy, 201-203 California 

Merced Gas Co. W E Dean pres, D C 
Bates secy, Nevada Block, room 79 

Meyer & Bloch, (Bernbard Meyer and 
Samuel Bloch), butchers, 839 Geary 

MIDDLETON SAMUEL P, 

real estate, auctioneer and agent, 

22 Montgomery, res 212 Powell 
Miller H M A, secy Starr & Co, res cor 

Fourteenth and Union, Oakland 
Mitchell McDonald, U S Navy Paymas 

ter, Appraisers' Building 



Navarro Mill Co, R G Byxbee pres, J 
Fessenden Clark vice pres, Calvert 
Meade secy, redwood lumber, office 
42 Market 

Nielson Peter, (Nielson, Wilson & Taf t), 
res 116 Jones 

NEVADA SALT AND BO- 
RAX CO, H L Coye pres and H 
C Van Dyke secy, salt and borax, 
31u Pine," room 11 

NORTHERN PACIFIC EX- 
PRESS CO, J A Sanborn agent, 
29 New Montgomery 

Norton F B, y Norton, Risdon & Co), res 
28 Seventh 

Norwood T, (Gray, Norwood & Co), res 
201 Turk 

Oberfelder T, (Geo Simmonds & Co) 
res 1716 Post 

O'Brien P R. plumber, 406 Montgomery 
res 163 Perry 

Orcese G, (L Lecari & Co), res 715 Green- 
wich 

OSBORNE D M & CO, reapers, 
mowers and self binding harvest 
ers, 31 Market 

Overton W H & Co, proprietors West- 
ern Grain and Stock Exchange, 
Piatt's Hall, Montgomery near Bush 

PACIFIC THE, (weekly),The Pub- 
lishing Co of tbe Pacific publishers, 
7 Montgomery ave, room 23 



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AGENCY, J B Wyman manager 



Geo W Fox attorney, office 702 Mar- 
ket, room 6 
PACIFIC EXPRESS CO, J a 

Sanborn agent, 29 New Montgomery 
Pacific Pine Lumber Co, (E M Herricks 

pres, Craig Warner sec, 12 California 
PALMER J J, (Palmer & Rey), res 

2513 Sacramento 



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room 45 

Modry E P (Modry & Heineman), res 105 
Grove 

MODRY & HEINEMAN,! 



(E P Modry and L Heineman), Cali- 
fornia wines and brandies, 791-796 
Mission 

Moody D B. secy Central Milling Co, 
res San Jose 

MOORE R S, supt Risdon Iron 
Works, cor Beale and Howard 

Mubl Wm ,(Muhl & Schmidt), res 6 Moss 

MOROAN-THE MORGAN 

OYSTER CO, J S Morgan pres 
F C Morgan secy, wholesale oys 
ters, 612-614 Third 
Muller Chas & Co, butchers, 1029 Market 



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Payson Capt A H, TJ S A, in charge D S 

Engineer's Office, Appraisers' Build- 
ing 
Perkins D K, (Perkins k Wise), res Oro- 

ville. Cal 
PETER MRS M. costumer, 736-740 

Market 
Petersen & Co, Chas A Peterson aDd 

Ludwig Kosta props, Union Soap 

Factory, 316-322 Tenth 
Peterson G B, manufacturing jeweler, 

404 Post, res 912 Clay 

PFISTER JOHN J, (J J 

& Co), res 1921 Mason 
Puget Mill Co, Pope & Talbot agents, 

lumber, 204 California 
Priet P, (P Priet & Co), res 827 Golden 

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Phelan Building, room 36 s ion and Market 

Pyeritz j^aul, manager Standard Tea q mi * h * w „v lT1 *,* „ 

Co, 1021 Market, res 1065 Market | 9mlth A5° bin8 °S' (Edw C Robinson 
PYNE EDWARD erocer SW a ? d Thomas H Smith), attorneys at 

cor Hyfe and BTold way ' at £& 906 B ^adway, rooms 17-18-19 

RAPHAEL NAT & CO, manul SM a ^ - vnTT ™ . .„. 

facturing jewelers. 102 Kearnv r «i^„ ^o fi ¥ 0tTNG ' bmldin g 

supplies, 126 Kearny, room 35 

Sonntag Chas & Co, (Chas Sonntag), 
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REGENSBURGER D H 

toruey at law, 408 California 

Roesler Mrs Fredericka, bakery, 1C55 
Bryant 

Rosenshine Geo, (Weil, Frank & Co), res 
902 O'Farrell 

Rothchild J M, attorney at law, 315 Cal- 
ifornia, rooms 5-10, res 1700 Broad- 
way 

ROWE E P, wholesale liquors, 405 
Front, rcom 15 

Sacramento Hotel, Mrs Eva Streit propr, 
409 Pacific 

San Francisco Music and Drama, J F 
Thrum publisher, 535 Clay 



Fire Arms Co, Utah" Powder "60" 
Glatz glycerine, etc, 114-116 Market 

SPRINGER GEO W, restaur 
ant, 1007 Market, res 35653 Clemen- 
tina 

Starr L M, propr iEfna Iron Works, 217 
Fremont, res E Oakland 

Summerton Geo, (Genesee and Cale- 
donian Mills), res 1415 Hyde 

Talbot Chas F A, (Pope & Talbot), res 
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JWdman Bros proprs, 120 Sutter I Jackson ' 

SawtelleDr Henry W, U S Marine Hos- Thode Henning, propr Union Brewerv 
pital surgeon, office Appraisers' 326 Clementina brewery, 

5Snn 1D *' hospitU ' Presido Reser-jThrum John F, publisher San Francisco 

Sawyer Lorenzo, judge U S Circuit! SS? "* ^^ ****** M 925 

Court, res 734 Sutter I,, ~ , „ „ „ 

Schlamm C, tailor, 3 Brooks Van Dyke H C, (Nevada Salt and Borax 

Schramm C F W, millwright and'w ? 0) " ~ s 9 akland 

mechanical engineer, s s El Dorado |^ es {T,? Gram * nd Stock Exchange, W 

bet York and Hampshire " oraao H Overton & Co, Piatt's Hall, Mont- 
Seaver W A, agent Union Metallic Cart- 1 g° mei T near B ush 

ridge Co, 258 Market, res Lick House! Winchester House. John Poolev pro- 
Simons, Rowe At Co, hardware, 52 Clav prietor, boarding and lodging 44 
Singerman P, (Toklas & Singerman), res' Third 

Slatfe£MJ, engraving, copper plate| W £lcWn fgeSy, SSefSom 
printing and stamping, 608 Market! 6, res 322 Ellis ' 



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Candy Manufacturers. BL IVEN & LEWIS, 16i New Montgom- 

GROSSMAN S, u Turk ery 

Cicars and Tobacco. Navigation-Teachers. 

ASCH J , lul Grant ave cor Geary GOUGH A P W, 9 Geary, room 16 

Clubs. Notions CO 
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California Qil Works. 

Coffee Saloons. KERN C A & CO, 930-940 Brannan 

CERNOGORCEVICH C, « plush and Leather Goods. 

Yullejo GLOCK ANTONE, 509 Bush 

Collection Agency. paten A 

PACIFIC COLLECTION nEWEY & CO, » o Market 
AGENCY, 702 name. DEWE "W T . es 

Confectioners. WHITE L E, 15 Steuart 

GROSSMAN S, H Turk Salt# 



Costumers. 

PETER MRS M, largest assortment o f 
theatrical, masquerade wardrobes 
on the Coast, country orders prompt- 
ly attended to, 736-738-740 MarKet 



Glove Manufacturers. 

LEAK GLOVE MANUFACTURING CO. MODRY & HEINEMAN, m 

521-527 Market 795 Mission 



NEVADA SALT AND BORAX CO, 310 
Pine, room 11 
Wines and Brandies. 

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Wilier, T7 ™ C1TY A> ' D C0VSTY OF SAN FBAN018C0 

New City Hall; Wallace Hon WT n» * ^P^ent 5, chambers third floor 
City Hall; bLm Hon T H S&Sf t cl T ben third floor *™ 
Hall; Lawler Hon F W DepfrtmenffiTh * \ Chambe " third floor New City 
Coffey Hon J V Denartmpn?q iS!«J ?* chambe ^ secod floor New City Hall; 
Hon Walter H, DeSStSS in S»™J er8 8eC0Dd floor New Cit ? Hall; Levy 

P A Wyer, New City Haf.^^^^/c"^ » » »«•* Block, 

POLICE COURTS 

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Hon. Niles Searles, Chief Justice 

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to Ji t rs. D ss^s^ F ssrsau^c , s a, ' M D u N ° t,e ' ■*■*•—. 

Benito, Santa Cruz, San LuHOW.»u' Al^t) ^*' J?^ ™. Montery. San 
Los Angeles Di,TMCT-Sante jSrbam Ven f™ n ' SM, , Mat<! » "d Contra Coata 
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SESSIONS 

San ^ranciecu-Seccnd Monday in January, third Monday in July. Chambers 

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NAPA COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Superior Judge, R Crouch; Court Reporter, T H Hyatt; Clerk D Sbakeapear; 
ah.riff hh Harris- Tax Collector, W E Deweese; Treasurer, C B Arnold; District 

™^T£"^T^Z^ZI?™1»-, W B Graves, C GosHng. J J 

Val Knox Township-Justices of the Peace, W H Moss, Monticello ; J H Seawall, 
MonSo c n onTables, 8 J A Laflesche Monticello J J ^Phil ips k ^ceUo 

Hot Springs Township-Justices of the Peace, ^ A Ehun, f}*™™'* u 
Irons, Calistoga. Constabtes, Luke Cherry, Calistoga; James MGee, St Helena 

SOLANO COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Snnerior Judee A J Buckles, res Fairfield; Official Reporter, T H Hyatt, 

Sif m. lilrtWa"sSSerlQtend«i.t of School,, C B Webster, res Siusun; Pub he 
Wmlultrrator B D Egery, res Vellejo; Coroner. B D Egery, re. V.Ueju: Sur- 

V ' y0 B r oa E rd N o^luperviIo%°s-".rst District, E McGet.igan, res Val.e jo: Second 
Tki-^n* n J R Aden res Valleio; Third District, Peter Siebe, res Cordelia; 
?our r th bfstrU D K Coon%s Vacaville; Fifth District, Jas McCrony. Chairman, 

r68 T^wMbip Officers-Vallejo Townships-Justices of the Peace C J Riley, 
G CDemmon; Constables, EdwLongan; Road Overseers No 1, John McManus. 

N ° Be^cuVownship-Justicasof the Peace, James Barry, Chas Davis; Con- 
stables AM Stoddard, W Hyde; Road Overseer. JnoM Williams 

Grass Valley Township-Justice of the Peace. JH Humphrey: Constables 
T Moiles. M Schuppert; Road Overseer, Wm Herbison 

Suisun Township-G A Gillespie, J B Shields; Constables. Mark Golden. G 
W Kinloch; Road Overseer, Wm Connolly TtnWta- Pon- 

Vacaville Township-Justices of the Peace, F P Ward J V Roberts. Con 
stables. J Donaldson, J L Elliott; Road Overseer, HG Winchell 

Silveyviile Township-Justices of the Peace, C P Brown, Nathan Eames ; Con- 
stables TR Barnes, WCRhem; Road Overseer, Geo W King 

Tremont Township-Justices of the Peace, fl W Foster, S F Hyde; Constables, 
F W Hyde, Wm Cloutman; Road Overseer, Wm Culver „ ttMo1 i. r^n. 

Rio Vista Township-Justices of the Peace, S N Norton. J p Ingersoll. Con- 
stables, J W Willage, JET Smith: Road Overseer, -Joseph N 6 ^" 1 „ - 

Maine Prairie Township-Justice of the Peace, J A French; Constables, H L 
Pratt J Johnson; Road Overseer, J S Hunsicker ,.,,., Pri _ 

SJnteiuma Township-Justices of the Peace, O N Rogers. Jas Galbraith, Con- 
stables, Chas Dagnol, W C Jones; Road Overseer, Alfred Mason 

Demeston Townsbip-Road Overseer, Wm Bacon T mdl.v Con- 

Elmira Township-Justices of the Peace, H T Shirley, A W Lindley. Con 
stables, A Sperry, A Rust; Road Overseer, J H Seleeman 



of N Y Rich'd >. McCurdy, Pres. A. B. Forbes 

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Tax Collector. E P 'colganl RecoTde? anTAuditT^A pat Peat ? ; 8herl * » nd 
Longmore; Treasurer, Geo A Tunner wt™ b PMoor e; Assessor, Wm 

oJ^AllS. S SeS'ZT r 1?f ^Sa Tr"?*''!. JHJK,"* *"-»« 
Rosa; G V Davis, Fourth D ls triVtC™erlall 7 r' ^ ?. i8,rict ' ^^ 
Occidental. ' uo,er dale, J D Connolly, Fifth District 

5«S H (%& t Tp,!T^P^^l}" ™^ '~ B Small, Sonoma; J H 
Baldwin, P O Petaluma; B T CockSil B^^ 11 ^'^ Petal <Wo T 
John Brown, Santa Rosa W N Seawell in£*,! d; ?., B ^"^ Sebaatopol: 
C Keene. Windsor; D F Spurr Cloverda^ Phf ^ n^ Shane - Windsor; J 
Murdock, Clairville; Jas E Fenno HJaHsbS'J ?! \ T H p C £ 0le ^ cl o™rdal e: N E 
Throop, Fisherman's Bay; John S B ooks ^'^ ^k", paldsburg; Jas H 
Gnerneville; L L Jewett, Guerneville Wm b'£™ii "K* 5 3VI ? rsha " Florence. 
Blaney, Occidental; F GBlume Frees ton? ' Duncan s ^i Andrew J 

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1887. 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



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A& ERIC AN HOTEL, M Sul- 
livan propr, Lincoln a\e 

ARMSTRONG C W, druggist. 

Lincoln ave 

Badlam's Opera House, Washington 

Bounsall Bros, (W M and R C bounsall), 
hardware, stoves, tinware and 
plumbing, Lincoln ave 

Brown & Easley, (H E Brown, and W H 
Easley), carriage makiDgand black- 
smithing, Lincoln ave 

BROWN J B, hardware and agri- 
cultural implements, paint aud oils. 
Lincoln ave 

California, Oregon and Idaho Stage 
Line, office Magnolia Hotel, Geo 
Smith general manager 

California Pacific R R, Harry Stone 
agent, depot Lincoln ave 

Calistoga House, C H Young propr, Lin- 
coln ave 

CAMP M A, postmaster, Washing 

CHESEBRO J A, propr Magnolia 

Hotel, Lincoln ave 
Colley H M, contractor and builder 

Wasinghton opp Post Office 
Collins & Cyrus, (N W Collins and H 

E Cyrus), general merchandise 

Lincoln ave 
Conner N B, carriage trimmer, Lincoln 

ave 
Cook Mrs J, milliner, Lincoln ave 
Delafield Robert H, real estate and 

insurance agent 
Ebeling W'm, barber, Lincoln ave 
Eastman P £, watchmaker and jeweler, 

Lincoln ave 
FOSS C C, proprietor Geyser Stage 

Line, office Magnolia Hotel 
Francis J H, general merchandise, cor 

Washingtoh and Lincoln ave 
Frieberg M& Son, (Mand C MFrieberg), 

general inerchandise, Lincoln ave 
GARDNER A M, physician and 

surgeon, Lincoln ave 
Garratt WT.agent Puget Sound Lumber 

Co, Lincoln ave 
GEM SALOON, Thos 
proprietor, Lincoln ave 



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Getleson H & Co, (H Getleson and 8 "VS 
Newbauer), general merchandise. 
Lincoln ave- 

GEYSER STAGE STABLE, 

C C loss proprietor, Lincoln ave 
Grouss Joseph, bakery, Lincoln ave 
Haeckl Louis, jeweler, stationer, cigars 

and tobacco, Lincoln ave 
Harbin Springs Stage Stable, W Williams 

proprietor, Lincoln ave 
Harbin Springs Stage Line.James Hays, 

office Magnolia Hotel 
Heitz Joseph, wines and liquors, Lin- 
coln ave 
Higgins Andrew, feed stable, Lincoln 

HIRSCHMAN JEROME, 

boots and shoes, Lincoln ave 
Hot Spring Hotel, G F Boynton proprie 

tor 
Hutchinson T B. fruit, etc. Lincoln ave 

INDEPENDENT CALISTO- 

GIAN, J L Multer editor and 
proprietor, Lincoln ave 

IRONS H C, boot and shoemaker 
and repairing, Lincoln ave 

Irons Mrs W O, dressmaking and mil- 
liner, Lincoln ave 

Jewell Wm & Son, (Win and Charles C 
Jewell), real estate and insurance 
agents, Lincoln ave 

Johnson's Land Agency, G W Johns 
Washington 

Kortum Louis, wines aud brandie«, 
Main 

Lee Benoni, general merchandise, Lin- 
coln ave 

Lodi Livery Stable, Wm Spier propr 
Lincoln ave 

MAGNOLIA HOTEL, J a Ches 

ebro propr, Lincoln ave 
Marsh Joseph, saddlery and ham 

Linholn ave 
MONROE THOMAS E, P™P 

Gem Saloon, Lincoln ave 
MULTER J L, editor and propr 

Independent Calietogian, Lincoln 

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Xavone A L, carriage and wagonmaker 

and blacksmith, Washington 



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NICHOLAS J E, barber, Magno- 
nolia House 

Nortbup C W, wagon maker and black- 
smithing, Lincoln ave 

Owsley & Corner, (W D Owsley and N 
Conner), butchers, Lincoln ave 

Philip A S, agent Wells Fargo & Co, 
Lincoln ave 

POST OFFICE, M A Camp, Post 

master, Washington 
Rutherford W T, carpenter and builder, 

Lincoln ave 

SIMMONS W T, furniture and 
undertaker, cor Lincoln ave and 
Washington 

8mith Geo, general manager California, 
Oregon and Idaho Stage Line, Mag- 
nolia Hotel 

Smith W D, physician, Lincoln ave 

Spiers Wm, propr Lodi Livery Stable 
Lincoln ave 



Stone Harry, agent California Pacific 
Railroad, Lincoln ave 

Stratton R T, physician, Lincoln ave 

Stratton W E, real estate, insurance 
agent and notary, Lincoln ave opp 
Depot ** 

SULLIVAN M, propr American 
Hotel, Lincoln ave 

Swartz I S, machinist 

W 7 ells, Fargo & Co's Express, A S Philip 
agent, res cor Washington 

I WILEY D J, attorney at law, Lin- 
coln ave 

WILLIS D C, wines and liquors, 
Lincon ave 

WILSON B F, druggist, Lincoln 
ave 

jWITTKE JULIUS, wines and 

liquors, Lincoln ave 
Young C H, proprietor Calistoga House, 

Lincoln ave 



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1887. 

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res Union Block 
BAER GEO B, editor and pro 

prietor CloverdaJe Reveille, West 
Barker & Abraham, (John H Barker and 

Louis Abraham), hardware, stoves 

and tin ware 
Barnes J J, horseshoer. First and Main 
Bee Emil, merchant tailor, West 
Bentley h Simpson, (A Bentley and D 

Simpson), carriage and wagonmak- 

ers, West 
Blackmore Wm, wines and liquors, 

Wect 
Boggs J O, physician and druggist, 

West 

Brush W T. general merchandise, West 
CAMERON GORDON, car- 
riage, wagon and blacksmithing, 

West 
Carrie J A, dry goods and clothing, 

boots and shoes, West 
Clear Lake Stage Line, Cloverdale, High- 
land Springs, Kelseyville, Lakeport. 

Upper Lake and Bartlett Springs; 
every day except Sunday.propr Cal, 
Oregon and Idaho Stage Line 



Cloverdale Banking and Commercial 
Co, I E Shaw president, G W Frost 
cashier, West 

CIi AXT E 4l 1I £4! LE WEEKLY 

REVEILLE, Geo B Baer editor 

and propr, West 
Cloverdale Winery, J De Turk, propr 
Colley & Bonneau, (M V Colley and L 

Bonneau), butchers, West 
Cook & Abraham, (Chas Cook and Isadora 

Abraham), real estate, Union Block 

West 

Cook Chas, (Cook and Abraham) res Main 
Cooley Chas H, justice of peace and 

no tar v. W'est 
Crawford J A, forwarding and com- 
mission and lumber, Mulberry near 
R R depot 
Dodson Charles, Western Hotel, West 
Ernst S, upholsterer, West, res Main 
FIELD JOHN, postmaster, West 
Frain Thos (Leitchand Frain), West 
Frost Geo W, secretary Cloverdale Bank- 
ing and Commercial Co 
Geyser Hotel, William Moxley propr. 
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GEYSER STABLE AND 
STAGE LINE, John Siesen- 
good propr, YNest 

Gibbons R L, grocer, West 

Green B F lumber dealer, cor Lake and 
Main 

Grosbong H, (Spencer and Groshong), 

Hall M V, livery stable, West 

Haupt Julius, stoves, ranges, tinware 
and stone hardware, West 

HOLLOW AY, L & J, furniture, 
carpets and undertakers. West 

Howard C M, furniture and carpets, 
West 

Hunziker G, watchmaker and jeweler, 
West 

Kelting J A, I X L Market, West, res 
Main 

Kerr R A, boots and shoes, West 

Koester A C, boot and shoemaker, West 

Leitch & Frain, (J Leitch and Thos 
Frain), grocer and baker, West 

Live Oak House, H Resser propr, near 
Depot 

M ARKELL MRS C J, millin- 
ery and fancy goods, West 

MARKELL R S, physician sur- 
geon, druggist, stationery and vari- 
eties, West 

MENIHAN MICHAEL, prop r 
United States Hotel, West 

Mitchell Charles E, saloon, West 

Moller Theodore, cigar manufacturer. 
West 

Moxley William, Geyser Hotel, West 



Porterfield W H, liyery and sale stable, 
West 

POST OFFICE, John Field, P M 
West 

Prince D S, dry goods and millinery, 
West 

Resser H, propr Live Oak House, near 
Depot 

Riverside Water Co, J C Holloway pre- 
sident, Carl Ludwig secretary 

Robinson W J, agent S F, N P and 8 V 
RR 

Schafer J, saloon, West 

Shaw Q E, president Cloverdale Bank- 
ing and Commercial Co, West 

SIMPKIN T S, saddlery and har- 
ness, West 

Sink & Baer, (W D Sink and Geo B Baer), 
real estate and Insurance, West 

SISSENGOOD JOHN, propr 

Geyser Livery stable and Geyser 

Spring Stage Line, West 
Spencer & Groshong, (Frank 8pencer 

and H Groshong), saloon, West 
Thompson S W,carriage and wagonmak 

er, West 
U S HOTEL. Michael Menihan, 

propr, West 
Walsh A C, stationary, cigars, tobacco 

and confectionery, West 
Western Hotel, Charles Dodson, West 
Winters Charles, saddlery and harness, 

and fire insurance agent, West 
Yordie Fred, general merchandise, West 



Healdsburg Business Directory. 

1887. 

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Alberici P, Enterprise Hotel 
Alexander J M, dry goods, e s Plaza, 

res Dry Creek Road 
Alley S J, grocer and provisions. West, 

opp Healdsburg Bank 
BANK OF HEALDSBURG, 

H M Willson pres, J D Hassett 

cashier, cor West and Powell 
BARLOW L B,wines and liquors. 

West, three doors north Sotoyoma 

House 
Barnes Bros, (T J and W H Barnes), 

boots and shoes, Powell 
BARNES E H, pres Farmer's and 

Mechanic's Bank of Healdsbiirg 
Barnes T J, (Barnes Bit>s>, Powell 



Barnes W H, (Barnes Bros), Powell 
Bellaneer Edward, saloon, West 
BIDDLE E W, dentist. West opp 

Plaza, res cor Hper and Sheridan 
BLEDSOE A J, editor Russian 

River Flag 
BRICE WM, propr Geyser Livery 

Stable, West 
Brotherton T W, agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co, Masonic Building 
Brown H K. (Reynolds & Brown), res 

Mat he son 
Buckle & Jackson, (John Buckle k Jae 

Jackson), carriage and vragonmaker 

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©2 SALE STABLE, w iCumm 

eg miugs propr, West 

S COCHRAN A E, attorney at law 
g West, second door north Bank of 

Healdsburg 

COFFMAN & CAMPBELL 
(J T Coflman and W G Campbell) 
real estate, loan and insurance 
agents, Masonic Building opp Plaza 

COFFMAN J T, (Coffman <s Camp- 
bell), and attorney at law and notary 
public, Masonic Block opp Plaza, 
res West 

Coffman N B, physician and surgeon, 
West, opp Plaza 

Conner John (Conner & Newland), West 

Conner & Newland, (J Conner and F New- 
land proprietor, Sotoyoma Stable, 
cor West and Healdsburg 

Crocker Frank, saloon, West 

CUMMINOS WM, proprietor 
City Liv«ry, Feed and Sale Stable, 
West 

Daly John, general merchandise, cor 
West and Powell 

Delano J A, (Delano & Mead), res Piper 



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Delano & Mead, (J A Delano and I A 
Mead),meat market, Masonic Build 
ing 

Dempsey Patrick, grocer, wines and 
liquors, cor Powell and Center 

Eicholz T H, variety store, Powell 

Ely Elisha, physician, east side Plaza 

Enterprise Hotel.P Alberici proprietor, 
West 

Farmer Flour Mill, W M Norton, West 

FARMER'S AND ME. 
CHANICS BANK OF 
HEALDSBURG, & H Barnes 
president and R H Warfield cash- 
ier, Powell 

Farrar M C, physician and surgeon, 
office and res Mathewson between 
University and Second 

Fenno James E, watchmaker and jew- 
eler, West 

Ferguson Mrs J F, dressmaker 

Forseman James, physician 

Fox Henry, drugs and medicines, books 
and stationery 

Fried Henry, proprietor Bank Exchange 
Saloon, West 

GEYSER LIVERY STA 

BLE, Wm Brice propr, West 
Jobi P & J J, (P Gobi and J J Gobi), 

Sotoyoma Winery 
GRATER J F, Union Hotel, West, 

w s Plaza 
Gray Miss M, dry goods and millinery, 

Masonic Building 
Griffin T H, wines and liquors, Powell 
Gum Isaac, saloon, res J Mas on 



Haas F, general merchandise, West 
HALL E G & SONS, (F G Hall, 

Millard F Hall and Richard Hall), 

Novelty Planing Mills, cor West and 

Wilson ave 
Hall EG, (EG Hall and Sons), res 

Advent Town 
Hall Millard, (E G Hall and Sons), res 

Advent Town 
Hall Richard, (E G Hall and Sons), res 

Advent Town 
Hall 8 J, saddlery and harness, West 

near Sotoyoma House 
Hassett A, (Hassett & Lewis) 

HASSETT J D, cashier Bank ol 

Healdsburg 
Hassett & Lewis. (Aaron Hassett and R. 

ELewis), dry goods, clothing and 

grocer, Powell 
HEALDSBURG BREW 

ERY, Carl Muller propr, cor West 

and North 

HEALDSBURG ENTER. 

PRISE (weekly), published every 

Saturday, F B Mulg.-ew editor and 

propr, office SW cor Plaza 
Hood Miss S L, millinery, cor Powell 

and Center 
Buebner O C, dentist, Masonic Building, 

res North 
Jacobs E, merchant tailor, West opp 

Sotoyoma House 
Krueger, dentist, Center 
Lannan P, saloon, West next door Soto- 
yoma House 
Libush E, (W r Rosenberg & Co), West 
Logan Roberts, boots and shoes, Center, 

e s Plaza 
Luedke J jeweler, West 
Maguire James, groceries 
Markwell Silvester.meat market, Center 
McRossie J, blacksmith, West 
Mead I A, (Delano & Mead) res North 
Meyer Sam, general merchandise 
Meyers Marks, hide dealer 
Meyers T I, carriage and wagonmaker 

blacksmiths and horseshoeing 
Mielke J C, confectioner, res SW cor 

Plaza 

MILLER & "WHITNEY, (G T 

Miller and W B Whiiney), druggist, 

West, Koenig's Block 
Milne William, restaurant, cor Matheson 

and Center 
Monfort A R, grocer, West 
Moore & Dennis, (Robert Moore and 

Edward Dennis), propr Sotoyoma 

Market, Powell 
Moore Robert, (Moore k Dennis) 
Moulton W M & Co, (W MMoulton), real 

estate and insurance agent, Soto- 
yoma House 



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MULGREW T B, editor 
re<>r Healdsburg Enterprise 

MULLER CARL, propr Healds- 
burg Brewery, cor West and North 

Newland F, (Conner & Newland) 

Norton L A Jr, cigars and tobacco, Cen- 
ter 

NORTON L A. attorney for Far- 
mers' and Mechanics' Bank of 
Healdsburg and attorney at law, res 
"West North, e s Plaza 

Norton W M, propr Farmer Flour Mill, 
"West, res Piper 

NOVELTY PLANING 

MILLS, E G Hall & Sons propr 
OXeary W F, -wines, liquors, cigars and 

tobacco, two doors south Union 

Hotel 
Owen W D, merchant tailor, cor Center 

and Matheson, res Center 
Pellegrini C, groceries 
PIATT ARTHUR, carriage and 

wagonmaker, and blacksmith, light 

work a specialty, office Center 
Piatt C E, photographer, s s Plaza 
PIATT WALTER J, red rub 

ber printing stamps, stencils, car- 
riage and sign painter, office Center 
Powell Ransome, hardware, stoves and 

tinware, crockery and glassware 
Price Andrew, photographer, 
PRINCE J B, groceries, fruits, 

books and stationery, SW cor Plaza, 

res S herid an 
PRTJETT E, wines and liquors, 

and propr Kentucky Saloon, West 
Raabe M, hardware, stoves and tin 

ware, West opp Sotoyoma House 

REYNOLDS & BROWN, (W 

B Reynolds and H K Brown), real 
estate, fire insurance, loan agents 
and conveyancers, West opp Plaza 

REYNOLDS W B, (Reynolds & 
Brown), res Powell 

Riley J A, (T J Riley & Son), West under 
Sotoyoma House 

RILEY T J & SON, <T J and J 

A Riley), pharmacists, West under 

Sotoyoma House 
Rockefeller M, propr Palace Saloon 
Rose J \V, attorney at law and notary 

public, West 
Rosenherg W, (W Rosenberg k Co), West 
Rosenberg W& Co, (W Rosenberg and 

E Libush), dry goods and clothing 
ROSENTHAL JULIUS, baker 

and confec tion er. West 
RUSSELL W F, proprietor Rus 

sian River Flag 

RUSSIAN RIVER LAG, 

W t RusBell proprietor, A J Bled 
soe editor, SW cor Plaza 



and Ryan P. boots and shoes, West opp 

Sotoyoma House 

Schwab F A, boot and shoemaker 

Schwab F J, boot and shoemaker 

Shaw F D C, dry goods, clothing and 

general merchandise, SW cor Plaza 

SHRIVER C B, confectionery, 

cigars, fruits and news depot, SW 

cor Plaza 

Sotoyoma Stable, Conner & Newland 

proprietors, cor West 
Sotoyoma House, J S Young proprietor 
Sponogle Chas A, Western Union Tele- 
graph operator, s b Plaza 
Sponogle F M. physician and surgeon 
Starck Mrs A, bakery 

STERLING P W, Marble and 

(iranite Works, Powell and East 
Stombach Fred, barber, West near Union 

Hotel 
•tone J S, M D, (Stone & Weaver), res 

cor Wilson and Grant 
Stone & Weaver, (J S Stone and C W 

Weaver), physicians and surgeons 
Swan W G, attorney at law, s s Plaza, 

res Baker 
Swisher J R, physician and surgeon, 

West opp Plaza 
Thornton David, harness and saddlery, 

res Tucker 
Tucker J S, varieties, Powell 
UNION HOTEL, J F Grater pro 

prietor, West, w s Plaza 
Vaughn E K, attorney at law, Center 
Walker E S, livery stable, West 

W ARFIELD R H, cashier Farm 

era' and Mechanics' Bank of Healds- 

burgh 
Waterman & Berdrow, (Geo Waterman 

and O L Berdrow), barbers, Powell 
Wells, Fargo and Co, T W Brothertou 

agent, Masonic Building, opposite 

Plaza 
Western Union Telegraph Office, Chas 

A Sponogle 
White W P, general merchandise, Powell 
Whitney W B, (Miller and Whitney) 
Wilcox W O, physician and surgeon, 

8 s Plaza 

WILLSON H M, president Bank 

of Healdsburg 
York Chas W, carriage and wagon maker, 

NW cor West and Piper 
Young John, (John Young & Son), res 

Sheridan 
Young Thomas, (John Young & Son) 

Sheridan 
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ALDEN & CO, (A. P. Voorbees, 

M Shaw aud E B Alden), clothing 

and gents' furnishing goods, cor 

First and Main 
Allen George, saloon, 42 Main 
ALLEN G W, deputy constable, 

office 36 Brown 
Amstutz H L, watchmaker and jeweler, 

cor Main and First, res Grant ave 
Anderson Charles, saloon, 132 Main 
Anderson Pete, saloon, 123 Main and 

Stuart 
Andrews & Lamdin, (Wm Andrews and 

R P Lamdin), grocer, flour and feed, 

114 Second 



ARCADE RESTAURANT, 

Mr and Mrs Edw Hatton proprs, 5-7 
Main 
Arnold C B, county treasurer, res Calis 

toga ave 
Baddeley H J, real estate and insurance 

agent, Third 

BANK OF NAPA, S M Chapman 

president and C R Gritman cashier, 

cor Second and Main 
Barron S. clothing, 44 Main 
BAXTER T G, wines and liquor, 

73 First, res 13 Hayes 
BEARD E D, (Thompson & Beard), 
Beck Miss Grace, operator "Western 

Union Telegraph Co 

BEGELSP AC HE R MAX, 

Star Bakery and Confectionery, First 

bet Brown and Coombs 
Belasco M, saddle and harnessmaker, 

First cor McKinstry 
Belknap TT, fruits, confectioner and 

notions, 40 Main 
Bergeman A, veterinary surgeon, black- 
smithing and horseshoeing, 213 

Brown 
Blckford L A, (Seeley & Bickford), res 

cor Franklin and Third 
Bibler Henry, butcher, Second bet 

Brown and Main 
Bloch M, clothing, 22-24 Main 
Boggs A G, (James Boggs and A G Boggs 

& Co), res cor Third and Franklin 
Boggs A G & Co, (AG Boggs & C E 

Woolfolk), grocer, crockery and 

glassware, First opp, Post Office 
Boggs Miss Mary, librarian, Free 

Library 



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Boke J H, (Mount, Boke and Co) 

Randolph and First 
Bonham Ira, proprietor Central Hotel, 

cor Main and Third 

BOUSQUET & CHRISTIN, 

(E Bousquet and LChrisun), agents 
Napa Cream Tarter "Works, Powell 
Bousquet E, (Bousquet & Christin), 
Powell 

BOYNTON E N, druggist, 17-19 
Main, res Alain 

Bradford "W, city surveyor and superin- 
tendent of streets, res Pine and 
Seminary 

Brooklyn Hotel, Henry Cavagnaro pro- 
prietor, near Railroad Depot 

Brown Henry, county recorder and 
auditor, res 513 Fourth 

Brown Joseph, merchant tailor, 37-39 
Main 

Brown Mis3 Mary, milliner, Brown nr 
Second 

Brown R M, (Stewart & Brown), res 
Seminary 

BROWN T M, constable, 36 Brown 

res Pendergrast above Seminary 
Brownee Geo L, clerk Bank of Napa, 

cor Main and Second 
Callahan Owen, (C W Mero & Co), res 

Randolph 
Cavagnaro Henry, propr Brooklyn Hotel 

nr Railroad depot 
Carbonia, produce dealer, First near 

Main 
Carpy C & Co, (C Carpy), wholesale wine 

and liquor me:chants, propr Uncle 

Sam's Wine Cellars and Distillery, 

cor Fourth and Main, 8 F office 515- 

517 Sacramento 
Carpy C, (Carpy & Co), res S F 
Central Hotel, Ira Bonham propr, cor 

Main and Third 

CHAIGNEAU PAUL, constable 

Second near Main 
Chapman C F, cigar- and tobacco, 23 

Brown, res Coombs 

CHAPMAN S M, pies Bank of 

Napa, res cor Fourth and Coombs 
!hurchill E S, (James H Goodman & 
Co), and sec'y Napa City Water Co, 71 
Main 

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Clark R & Bon, (B Clark and R Clark 
Jr), house painting and paper hang- 
ing, Brown bet Third and Fourth 

Coates Leonard, propr Napa Valley Nur- 
sery 

COGHIiAN O R, attorney at law 
and notary public, Napa Bank Build 

COLUMBIA H O T E L, Wm 

Pickle proprietor, First near Main 
Columbus Buggy Co, J Jepsen agent, 

137-141 Main 
Colwell Chas, sign writer, 12 Main 
Conkliug A H, (Mount, Boke & ^Co), 

Fourth bet Coombs and Randolph 
CONN F W, physician and sur- 
geon, 26 % Main 
Cooper W R, propr Vernon Mill, cor 

McKinstry and Water, res cor 

Coombs and Fifth 
Corlett C D, (W P Codett & Sons), res 

Sonoma Road 
Corlett R, (W P Corlett & Sons), 

Franklin 
Corlett W H, (W P Corlett & Sons) 

Franklin 
Corlett W P. (WP Corlett & Sons), 
CORLETT W P & SONS, (W 

P, C D, W H and R Corlett), Enter 
prise Planing Mills, cor Fourth and 
Brown 

Cowan J H, propr Palace Hotel, cor 
Third and Suscal ave near Railroad 
Depot 

Craig A W, dry goods, 112 Main, res 
Third 

Crouch Robert, judge Superior Court 
res cor Third and Coombs 

Cuff Richard, Shade House, Main bet 
Third and Fourth 

Darling Miss K V, principal Napa 
Ladies Seminary 

Dart G, physician and surgeon, 12 Main 
res 28 Calistoga 

Deakeu W W, second hand furniture 
Main 

Dennison E H, (Dennison & Son), re* 
Third 

Dennison & Son, (W B and E H Denni- 
son),proprs Napa Drain Tile Factory, 
Third 

Dennison W B, (Dennison and Son), res- 
Third i 

De Ville Frank, Beer Depot, agent for 
F D Deinniger Philadelphia Brew- 
ery, south Vallejo, res 119 Brown 

Deweese W E. notary and tax collector, 
res cor Fourth and Randolph 

DUNCK BROS, (Henry L Dunck 
Eugeue M Dunck), restaurant and 
Billiard Parlors, and agent for Wie- 
lands Larger Beer and Bottlers, Sec- 
ond opp the Court House 



Dunck Eugene M, (Dunck Bros), res 

Second 
Dunck F, (Rosenberg & Dunck), res 

681 Main 
Dunck Henry L, (Dunck Bros), res 

Second 
Dunlap D A, (McCollum & Dunlap), res 

Napa Hotel 
Eastman H L, (Eastman & Motheraole), 

res 226 Brown 

EASTMAN & MOTHER 

SOLE, (H L Eastman and Thomas 

Mothersole), stoves, ranges, hard 

ware, cutlery, tinware and house 

furnishing goods, 226 Brown 

ENTERPRISE PIANINO 

MILE, (W P Corlett A Sons 

proprs), sawing, planing, wood 

turning, sash, doors and blinds, cor 

Fourth and Brown 

Even Jno, (Zollner and Even), res Oak 

Ferrero A, boots and shoes, 79 First 

Fine Jas, carriage and sign painter 

Second next Unity Engine House 

res 72 Egleston 

Fine J J, barber, cor Main and First, re» 

73 Eggleston 
First Street House, Fred Tartter, propr, 

First near R R 
Flamant Adolphe, olive culturist and 
vineyardist, office Second bet Main 
and Brown 
FORD N O, grocer, cigars and tobac- 
co, First next P O, res N Brown 
Francis G M, editor and propr Napa 
Register, Main bet First and Pearl, 
res 19 Pendegast 
Fraser J K, agent for Leonard Coates 

Napa Valley Nursery, FirBt 
Free Public Library, Miss Mary F 
Boggs librarian, over Engine House, 
Brown 
FRENCH BAKERY, Joseph 

Morin propr, 93 Main 

GARDNER A B & CO, (Andy 

Garlner and A J Raney), livery 

feed and sale stable, Main opp Odd 

Fellows' Hall 
Jardner Bros, (J B and C W Gardner), 

proprs Metropolitan Stable, 21-27 

North Main 
Gardner C W, (Gardner Bros), res Main 
Gardner James B, (Gardner Bros), res 

Main 
Garwood & Brownrigg, (C Garwood and 

T Brownrigg), wagon work and 

blacksmithiug. First 
German House, Chas Lulwes propr, cor 

First and Brown 
Qesford H D, (Pinuey & Gesford), res 31 

Polk 
Giles James, (Giles, Kyser 4 Welti), res 

cor Coombs and Fourth 



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GILES, KYSER & WELTI, 

(Jas Giles, D S Kyser and Charles 
Welti), furniture, carpets and un- 
dertakers, 29 Main 

Goodman Geo E, (James H Goodman k 
Co), 71 Main 

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Haun Edgar, physician and surgeon 

12 Main, res 615 Third 
Hayman & Francis, (L T Hayman and 

G M Francis), real estate, 43 N Main 
Hayman L T, (Hayman & Francis), res 

Coombs and Fourth 
Head George, boots and sboes, 36 Main 



CO, (James H Goodman, Edward Heegler G, barber, Napa Hotel, res Clay 



S Churchill and Geo E Goodman), 

bankers, 71 Main 
Joodman James H, (James H Goodman 

k Co), res San Francisco 
Gray J W, (Pease k Gray), res Napa 

Hotel 

Great American Importing Tea Co, An- 
drew McFarland manager, 133-135 

Main 
Green V R, agent F N H bacon, ham and 

lard, res Columbia Hotel 
Jreenfield T G, carriage and wagon- 
maker, First near Coombs, res 138 

Calistoga ave 
GRITMAN C R, cashier Bank of 

Napa, res Second 
Haas David L, books and stationery, 14- 

16 Main 
Habermehl — , saloon, 32 Brown 
Habermehl F C, sausage factory and 

delicacies, 33 Brown 
HACKETT D L, editor and pro- 

piietor Napa Daily and Weekly Re- 
porter, 18 Main, res 21 Polk 
HACKETT & RHODES, (F M 

Hackett and S K Rhodes), dentists, 

cor Main and Second 
Hackett F M, (Hackett & Rhodes), res 

Napa Hotel 
Ham E D, attorney at law, 12 H Second 
Hammer John H, barber, 39 Main, res 

cor Brown and Steuart 
HARDMAN A M, propr Napa 

Cotfte aud Spice Mills, and grocer 

11-17 Brown, res 36 Union 
Hargrave C F, Bank Exchange, cor 

Main and Second 
Harrington Mrs W E, hair dresser, Main 
Harris H H, County Sheriff, res 115 

Seminary 
HATT A, agent for Sperry & Co's 

flour, wood, coal, feed and potatoes, 

also storage warehouse, orhce Brown 

and Fifth, res Union 

HATTON E, hot and cold baths, 
sharing and hair dressing, 138 Mail, 
res 111 North Brown 

HATTON MR AND MRS 

EDWARD, propr Arcade res 
taurant, 5-7 Main 
Hatton Joseph Jr, barber, 99 Main 

H ATT S WAREHOUSE, 

(storage reasonable), A Hatt proprie 
tor, cor Main and Filth 



Henning W F, (Spencer k Henning), 
res cor Pearl and Randolph 

Herman Wm, saloon, cor Pearl and 
Main 

Hill G W, livery and feed stable, cor 

Main and Third 
Hodgdon k Borreo, (Frank Hodgdon 

and Chas Borreo), groceries, wines 

and liquors, 21 Main 
Hogan Henry B, district attorney, res 

Napa Hotel 
Holden B F, treasurer and manager 

Napa Woolen Mill, res 220 Franklin 
Holden S E, president Napa City Water 

Co, cor Franklin and Laura 
Holahan William, carriage painter, 

Second, near Coombs 
Horstmeyer H C, groceries, cor Main 

and Third, res Ftrst 
Hottel E W, (Hottel and Smith), res Sec- 
ond 

Hottel k Smith, (E W Hottel and David 
Smith), grocers, Main, Odd Fellows 
Building 

lottle J F, manager Sunset Telegraph 
Co, res cor Clay and Franklin 

Howe Nelson, blacksmith and horse- 
shoer, second shop on First, near 
Railroad 

Howland J H, searcher of records and 
notary public, 107 Main 

HULL A J, attorney at law and 
notary public, 27 Brown, res 135 
Grant ave 

Hunter William, wagon and carriage 
maker, horseshoer and blacksmith 
First bet Brown and Coombs 

Irwin A, fruits, etc, Main 

Jackson F L, real estate and insurance 
agent, First near Postoffice 

Jaensch W, general merchandise, cor 
Brown and First, res First 

James, Boggs k James, (Emily James. 
A G Boggs and L L James), dealers 
in all kinds of lumber, doors, win- 
dows, blinds, sash, etc, cor 
and Fourth 

James C L, (James & Son), res Calistoga 

ave 
James Emily,( James, Boggs and James), 

res Calistoga ave 
James L L, (James, Boggs and James), 

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James & Son, (Mrs Emily James and C 
L James), general hardware, 115-117 
Main bet Second and Third 
Jeakle Jacob, meats and delicacies, 9 

Main, res Second 
Jepsen J, saddlery, harness and agent 
for Columbus Buggy Co, Columbus. 
O, 137-141 Main, res Oak bet Ran- 
dolph and Franklin 
Kean John, county assessor, res '. 

Franklin 
Kimball E, hardware, stoves, tinware 
and plumbine, Main opp Napa 
Hotel 
Knapp H H, lumber of all kinds, sash 
doors and blinds, Main bet Second 
and Third, res cor Randolph and 
Fourth 
Koethen A, Napa Beer Depot, cor Brown 

and Fourth 
Krass William, barber, 40 Brown, res 

Franklin 
KRIEG T, saloon, 212-214 Main, res 

212 Main 
Kyser D S, (Giles, Kyser & Welti), res 

cor Coombs and Fourth 
Lamdin J F, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. 

res Division 
Landecker S, watchmaker and jeweler, 
First nr Post Office, res Napa Hotel 
Lasher A E, president Napa College 
Levanualer Chas, manager Opera House, 

28 Main 

LEVY B W, gents' furnishing and 

merchant tailor, 13 Main, res same 

LUDLAW FRED G, druggist, 

cor Main and First, res Palace Hotel 

Lulwes Chas, propr GermaD House, cor 

First and Brown 
Mabes A, bootmaker, 130 Main, res 

Randolph 
Marcacci A, saloon, Main 
Marcus H, crockery and tinware, 44 

Main 
Marriott W I, wagonmaker and black 

smith, cor Main and Steuart 
Marvin & Garwood, (Joseph Marvin and 
Fred Garwood), feed stable, cor 
First and McKinatry 
Mason James, bakery, cor Brown and 

Fourth 
Mather T W, (J A McClelland & Co), 

res cor Randolph and Division 
McClelland J A, (J A McClelland & Co 

res Randolph and Division 
McClelland J A & Co, (J A McClelland 
and T W Mather), general mer- 
chandise, Main bet Second and 
Third 
McCollum & Dunlap, (W J McCollum 
and D A DunlapVproprs Napa Hotel, 
cor Main and First 



Mc Collum W J, (McCollum & Dunlap), 

Napa Hotel 
McDonald Mrs E. grocer, wines and 

liquors, 91 Main 
McEnery Mrs Margaret, Rail Road 

House, 216 Main 
Mc Farland Andrew, manager Great 

American Importing Tea Co, res 

Third and Franklin 

McGOWAN BROS, d> p McGow- 
an and J J McGowan), People's Mar- 
ket, 210 Main 
McGowan D P, (McGowan Bros), res 

Main bet Third and Fourth 
McGowan J J. (McGowan Bros), res Main 

bet Third and Fourth 
McGraw William, training and board- 
ing stable, cor First and Coombs 
Mellor C E, (W Mellor & Son), Laurel 
Mellor & Son, (W Mellor and C £ Mel- 
lor), Napa Furniture Factory and 
undertakers, 134 Main 
Mellor W, ( W Mellor and Son), res Third 
Mero C W, (C W Mero & Co), res Ran- 
dolph 
MERO C W & CO, (C W Mero and 
Owen Callahan), groceries, wood, 
coal, hay and grain, cor Tnird and 
Brown 
MERRELL C B, traita and con- 
fectioners, 112 Second 
Metropolitan Stable, Gardner Bros 

proprs, 21-27 N Main 
Meyer L, saloon, 26 Main, res Fifth 
Migliavacca G, California wines and 

brandies. 4-6-8 Brown 
MINETTI A M, P™pr Ticino 

Hotel, cor Main and Third 
Mitchell James, propr Napa Steam 

Laundry, Third 
Moody T M, general blacksmithing cor 

Brown and Clay 
MORIN JOSEPH, propr French 

Bakery, 93 Main 
Morris Mrs L S, dressmaker, 38 Brown 
Morritt William, merchant tailor, 113 

Main, res Oak 
Mothersole Thomas, (Eastman & Moth- 
ersole. res 226 Biown 



MOUNT, BOKE & CO. <T N 

Mount, J HBoke and A HConkling 



real estate.and insurance agents, N E 

cor Brown and Second 
Mount T N, (Mount, Boke & Co), res 637 

Randolph 
Music Hall Hotel, J. Nussberger propr, 

10 Brown 
Napa Beer Depot, A Koethen manager, 

cor Brown and Fourth 
Napa City Fruit Cannery. East Napa 

near Railroad depot 
Napa City Gaslight Co. T R Parker supt. 

H P Goodman secy, office 111 Main 



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Napa City Water Co, S E Holden pres 
E S Churchill secy, T R Parker eupt 
office 111 Main 

NAPA COFFEE AND SPICE 

MILLfe. A M Hardman propr 
11-17 Brown 



Napa College, A E Lasher pres, head of 
Polk 

NAPA CREAM TARTER 

WORKS, Bousquet & Christin 

agents, Powell 
Napa Drain Tile Factory, Dennison & 

Son proprs, Third 
Napa Furniture Factory, Mellor & Son 

proprs, 134 Main 

NAPA HOTEL STABLE, A B 

Gardner & Co proprs, Main opp Odd 
Fellows' Hall 
Napa Hotel (The), McCollum k Dunlap 
proprs, cor Main and First 

NAPA JOURNAL (THE), J E 

Walden publisher and propr, cor 
First and Brown, upstairs 
Napa Ladies' Seminary, Miss K V Dar- 
ling principal 

NAPA REGISTER, (Daily and 
Weekly), G M Francis editor and 
propr, Main bet First and Pearl 

NAPA REPORTER, (Daily and 

Weekly), D L Hackett editor and 

proprietor, 18 Main 
Napa Soda Works, M Silva & Co agts, 87 

Main 
Napa Steam Laundry, Joseph Mitchell 

propr. Third 
Napa Valley Nursery, Leonard Coates 

propr 
Napa Valley Wine Co, A L Tubs pres, W 

W Lyman sec, E C Priber manager, 

winery at Napa, office 11 First, S F 
Napa Woolen Mills, A W Norton pres, 

C R Gritman sec, mill near Railroad 

depot 
Newkorn S, cigars and tobacco. 10 Main 
Newman J B, (Newman & Wing), res 

Central Hotel 
Newman & Wing, (J B Newman and H 

W Wing), marble and granite works, 

Third near Cemetery 
Nichelini J S, Napa City Bakery, cor 

Brown and Third 
Norton Louis J, secy The Sawyer Tan- 
ning Co, foot of Grant ave 
Nusberger J, Music Hall Hotel, 10 

Brown 
Oakley G H, captain steamer Caroline, 

res 423 Randolph 
O'Connell M, boots and shoes, 106 Main, 

res cor Ramus and Brown 
O'Day M, Plaza Saloon, 101 Brown, res 

Second and Brown 



O'Neil J, Revere House. Hack, Livery 

and Feed Stable, cor Coombs and 

Second 
Opera House, Cbas Levansaler manager. 

28 Main 
Owens C, city marshall, res Third 
Paden W M, physician, 12 Main 
Palace Hotel, J H Cowan propr, cor 

Third and Suscol ave, near R R 

depot 
Palace Livery Stable, J H Cowan propr, 

cor Third and Soscol ave 
Parker T R. supt of Napa City Water Co 

and of Napa City Gas Light Co, res 

105 Division 
Parks D B, saddlery and harness, First 
Payne Dennis, hot and cold baths, 

shaving ahd hair cutting, 26 Brown 
PEARCH CH AS, paints and wall 

paper. First bet Main and Brown 
PEASE & GRAY, (J W Gray and 

H Pease), real estate and insurance 

agents. 17 Main 
Pease H, (Pease & Gray), res Napa Hotel 
Peterson John, boot and shoemaker, 

Brown near Third 
PIATT R H, postmaster, 

Calistogoave 

PICKLE WM, propr Columbia 

House and drayman, First near 

Main 
Pierce W A, real estate and surveyor, cor 

Main and Third, up stairs 
PIERSON J C, saddlery and har 

ness. Main, res Grant ave 
Pinkham G G, captain Steamer Emma 

res Grant ave 
Pinney D H, (Pinney & Gesford), res cor 

Main and Lincoln ave 

PINNEY & GESFORD, (D H 

Pinney and H C Gesford), attorneys 

at law, 27 Brown 
Pond M B, physician and surgeon, 20 

Main 
Porter E M, (J P Porter & Son), res 614 

Franklin 
Porter J P, (J P Porter & Son), res 614 

Franklin 
Porter J P & Son, (J P Porter and E M 

Porter), dentists, 26% Main 

POST OFFICE, R H Piatt post- 
master, cor First and Brown 

Prior J T. wines and liquors, cor Main 
and First 

Pugh J F, Pioneer Saloon, cor Davison 
and Brown 

Rail Road House, Mrs Margaret Mc- 
Eno.ry proprietor, 216 Main 

RANEY A J, (A B GardDer & Co), 

Raney TF, city clerk and treasurer and 
notary public, office Brown, over 
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Rausch John, barber, First 

Rea John, dentist, 12 Main 

Reed A K, cigars and tobacco, 12 Mam, 

I res Seminary 

'•n VirFT*.E HOUSE, Mrs M Tobin 

l^ofSSesT, "co?d opposite Court 

RhodeTsR, (Hackett & Rhodes) , ret 1 19 D 

Robberson A J, glove manufacturer, 12 
Main, res 511 S Seminary 

ROBERTS W B, expressman 
cor Main and First 

Rogallo & Tobias, (M Rogallo and M To- 
bias), clothing and dry goods Main 

Rosenberg C, (Rosenberg & Dunck), res 
cor Main and Second 

ROSENBURO & DUNCK, 

R (C RSenberg aid F Dunck), com- 
mission merchants, grocer es, wines 
and liquors, cor Mam and Second 
Sawyer Tanning Co, (The), B THolden 
pres, L J Norton secy, Cbarles L 
field San Francisco agent, 312 Clay 
Schmied W H, watchmaker and jeweler, 

18 Main 
Schwartz Bros, (J and H Schwartz), dry 

goods and notions, 6-8 Main 
Seeliy & Bickford, (C B Seeley and L A 

Bickford), bankers, 29 Brown 
Seeley C B, (Seeley & Bickf oid), res cor 

Fourth and Coombs 
Semorilo B, grocer, wines and liquor, 

69 First, res 71 First . 

Shade House, Richard Cuff propr, Mam 

bet Third and Fourth 
Shakespear D, county clerk, res Coombs 

bet Pearl and Steuart 
Shaw M. (Alden & Co), res 536 First 
Shaw S, hoi seshoer, Coombs opp Court 

House . 

Shurtleff B, physician, 12 Main 
Silva M & Co, (M and John Silva). agent 
Napa Soda Works, Napa Co, 87 Main 
Smith David, (Hottel & Smith),res Third 
Smith Geo T, books and stationer • 

Main . 

Smith J, second-hand store, Main 
8mith Mrs W A, milliner, 41 Main 
Smith W A, staple and fancy dry goods, 

25 Main, res Main ave 
SMITH W C S, justice of peace 
collector of accounts and rents, and 
insurance agent, Second bet Brown 
and Main , 

Spencer Dennis, (Spencer & Henning), 

res Third 
SPENCER & HENNING, 
Dennis Spencer and W F Henning), 
attorneys at law, cor Brown and 
Second 



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spacher, First bet Brown and 
Coombs 

Steamer Caroline, G H Oakley captain, 
sails from Napa Mondays and 
Thursdays, and from San Francisco 
Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p m 

Steamer Emma, G G Pinkham captain,' Q) 
sails for San Francisco Tuesdays andj 
Saturdays, and from San Francisco -pi 
Mondays and Thursdays ' 

Sterling R H, insurance agent, cor Matn^ 1^ 
and Third 

Stewart & Brown, ("Km Stewart and 
M Brown), druggists, Mam opp 
Opera House 

Stewart Wm, (Stewart & Brown), res 
Seminary 

: STOCKLEY L A, photographer 
-I 85 Main, res Calistoga ave 
Stockman D M, druggist, 20 Main 

STOFFELS NICHOLAS, lodg 

ing hotise, aO-36 .Main 
Strong M H, photographer, cor Third 

and Main . 

Stuart A G, (Stuart Bros), res Union 
Stuart Bros, (A G & R T Stuart),saddlery 

and harness, 19-21 Brown 
Stuart R T, (Stuart Bros), res Onion 
Sun Set Telephone-Telegraph Co, J 

Hottle manager, 17-19 Mam 
Swarz H, hardware, stoves, tinware and 

agricultural implements, Main 
Sweet J J, fruits confectionery and sta 

tion, 43-47 Main 
Tartter Fred, First Street House, First 

near Railroad 
TAYLOR R F, Physician and sur- 
geon, First opp Post Office, res 540 
First 
THOMPSON WILLIAM 
justice of the peace, office 3b Brown 
res Calistoga ave opp College 
Tborapson Wm, new and second-hand 

store, 46 Main 
Thomsen L, livery and feed stable, 
Second near Revere House, res Cal 
istoga ave 
Thomson & Beard, (W W Thomson and 

E D Beard), general merchandise 
Thomson W W, (Thomson & Beard), res 

cor Third and Franklin 
TICINO HOTEL, A M Minetti 

propr, cor Third and Main 
Tobias M, (Rogallo & Tobias) 
TOBIN MRS M, P™pr Revere 

House, Second opp Court House 
Towle G W, attorney at law and notary 

public, cor Third and Main 
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TYRRELL WILLIAM, car- 
nage and wagonmaker, Coombs bet 
Second and Third, res Franklin 

Van Baaren John, saloon, cor Main and 
Stuart 

Vaughn John, saloon, 41 Main 

Voorhees A P, (Alden & Co), res 6 Semin- 

ary 

WAGNER ADOLPH, grocer, 

wood and feed yard, First near 

R R 
Walden J E, publisher Napa Journal, 

First and Brown, up stairs 
Walker J M C, flour and feed, 48-50 Main 

res Brown 
Wallace W C, attorney at law, res Napa 

Hotel 
Weeks F D, cutler, cor Third and Brown 
Weill L, (Wolfstein & Co), res Brown 
Wells, Fargo Co, express office, J F 

Lamdin agent, 25 Brown 
Welti Chas, (Giles, Kyser & Welti), res 

cor Coombs and Fourth 
Werth John, cooper, 30-36 Main 
West Wm, guns and sporting goods 

First opp Post Office, res 212 Pearl ' 
Western Union Telegraph Office, Miss 

Grace Beck operator, cor Brown and 

Second 
Wichman Fred, confectionery, 14 Main 



end Third 



Wiprut M, merchant tailor, res cor Sec- 
ond and Randolph 

Wol w te ! n & Co « < J Wolfstein and L 
Weil), dry goods and notions, 37 
Main ' 

Snnn^Ht & Co) ' res Br °wn 
WOOD CHET F, real estate and 

insurance agent, cor Brown and 

Second, res Napa Hotel 

WO °p f aSe C Ho E tel (AGBOgg8&Co) ' re8 
Wright Frank F, boots and shoes, 105 
Main 

|WRIGHT G A, carriage and 

wagon maker and blacksmith, cor 

Second and Coombs 
Wullf Capt N H, agent stmr Caroline, 

res 18 Grant ave 
Young Harry, house and sign painter, 

Coombs bet First and Second 
^acharonsky N, hides, pelts and wool, 

cor Clay and Coombs 
Zollner & Even, (John F Zollner and 

John Even), wholesale and retail 
I butchers, 120-122 Main 
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ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



Abraham Peter, Narrow Guage Saloon 

foot of Main near Third 
Adams H, Excelsior Soap Works 
Aiken H S.manager Blue Wing Saloon 

32 Main 

AMERICAN HOTEL and res 

taurant, Beggs & Tomasini proprie 
tors, Main bet Washington and 
Western ave. Special accomoda- 
tions for tourists and the public; 
sample rooms for commercial tra- 
vellers 

AMERICAN STABLE, Col 

hns, Kynoch & Co proprietors 
Kentucky near American Hotel 
Anderson F A, saloon, Main 

ARCADE SALOON, Haubrick 
& Sartori proprietors, next to Post 
Office 



AT WATER F H, importing 
stationer, bookseller and news 
dealer, crockery, glass and china 
ware pianos, organs and sheet 
music, 63 Main, res Liberty near 
Kentucky * 

Atwater H H, cashier First National 
Bank, res Fourth and E 

Baldwin Coffee House, W H Van Martin 
proprietor, Western ave opp Post 
Office 

Baldwin O T, justice of peace, Phoenix 
Block, Main 

Balzari & Klain, (J T Balzari and Ernest 

n - ~*™ )l fca'tors. Western ave 

B 4** OF SONOMA COUN. 
1 X , -E Denman, president, Frank 
H Denman cashier, H B Higbee as- 
sistant.'cashier, cor Main and Wash- 
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Bauer & Co, (H Scbluckebier and J W 
Bauer), hardware and agricultural 
implements, Main opp Plaza 

Beggs T J, (Beggs & Tomasini), res Kel- 
ler bet Washington and Western ave 

B £ G OS & TOMASINI, (T J 

Beggs and DG Tomasini), proprs 
American Hotel and Restaurant 
Main bet Washington and Western 
ave 
Bernhard & Son, (Isaac and Jacob Bern- 
hard), dry goods. 102 Main 
Berta L, (Capucetti h Berta), res Keller 
Blackburn Cbas, undertaker, Third near 

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ington bet Main and Kentucky 
Board of City Trustees— M Walsh pres 
ident, W Cox clerk, L G Nay, Wm 
Lewis, J L Winaus and Robt Ayre 
office City Hall 
Borlini A, (Cereghino & Borlini), res 

Washington Hotel 
Bo wen F, Petaluma French Laundry, 
Main 

BROOKLYN HOTEL, J Ni- 

Dlock propr, cor Washington and 

Keller 
Brown T H, operator Western Union 

Telegraph Co, res American Hotel 
Brown W S, marble and granite works 



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Brush Geo M, (Brush & Vinal), Main 
Brush & Vinal. (Geo M Brush and J no 
Vinal), bill pasters and agents of 
Petaluma Theatre, Main 
Bryant C T, (Bryant & Perry), foot of 
Main 

Bryant & Perry, (C T Bryant and A F, 
Perry), butchers, foot of Main 

Bnckius J J, hardware, tinware, plumb- 
ing, gas fitting, stoves and ranges, 
Main 

Buokius W L A Co, ( W L Buckius), hard 
ware, lamps, stoves, ranges, sheet 
iron, and copperware, water and 
gas pipe, cor Main and B 

Burgtorf C W, harness and saddlery, 
Main 

Burling Geo W, cigar manufacturer, E0 
Main 

BURNS J W, groceries and liq- 
uors, cor Washington and Brennen, 
East Petaluma 

Burr Alson, fruits and confectionery, 
cor Main and Western ave 

Byrne & McCoy, (O J McCoy and T 8 
Byrne), saloon, 73 Main 

CadwellJA, (Haskino & Cadwell) 
Main 

CALIFORNIA STABLE, 

Tbeo Skillman prop, Main 



Campbell J, dry goods, clothing, boots 

and shoes. Main near Washington, j 

res Kentucky 

Caneeascini S J, livery, feed and sale 

stable, cor Western ave and Keller , 

Canepa G, general merchandise, cor 

Washington and Kentucky Q 

Canepa L, grocer, 133 Main | ^^ 

Capucetti & Berta, (L A Capucetti and E ^ 

Berta), French and Italian Restau-j — 

rant, Main 

Capucetti L, (Capucetti & Berta), res v 

Keller ^ 

Carothers W O, furnishing goods, Main „_ 

Carpenter L F, (Carpenter & Meyer- JJ 

holtz), and pres Mutual Relief As-jrn 

sociation, res Western ave "I 

Carpenter & Meyerholtz, (L F Carpen-|^ 

t«r and Henry Meyerholtz), meat £\ 

market, Washington V-/ 

Carty Charles, (Carty & Cronin), 

Kentucky and Washington 

CARTY & CRONIN, (Cbas 
Carty and P Cronin), livery, feed and 
sale stable, cor Kentucky and Wash- *« 
ington 
Case A B, boots and shoes and millinery 

8 Main 
Cassidy SamiMl, (McNab, Cassidy & Co), 

Main • 
Cavanagh John, lumber, Washington, 

East Petaluma 
Centennial Planing Mill, Samuel Ras- 

muson propr, cor D and First 
Cereghino A, (Hess & Co), res D 
Cereghino & Borlini, (A Borlini and G 
Cereghino) proprs, Washington 
Hotel 
Cereghino J, (Cereghino b Borlini) 

Washington Hotel 
Chnrles Mrs V, millinery, Main 
CLopard Louis, jeweler and watch 

maker, 60 Main 
City Hotel, Mrs R C Wells propr, cor 

Western ave and Kentucky 
City Marshall, Julius Blume, office 

* Citv Hall 
CODDING GEO C, sec Pacific 
Benefit Association, res cor Sixth 
and I 
CODDING & SMITH, (Geo C 
Codding and Geo N Smith), fire, 
life and accident insurance agency, 
Mutual Relief Building, room 2 

COLLINS, KYNOCH & CO. 

(F M Collins, George Kynoch and E 
Fine), livery, feed and sale stable, 
cor Washington and Kentucky 

Connell C H, clerk of Cosmopolitan 
Hotel, foot of Main 

Connolly B F, proprietor soda works, 
cor Sixth and B 



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Cooper Campbell, saloon, cor Washing- 
ton and Kentucky 

Cooper S E, auctioneer, Main, res F bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Corbett J H, blacksmith, Main 

COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, 

M Walsh propr, foot of Main 

Co wen Jos A, bookbinder, 24 Main, up 
stairs 

Cowen Philip, crockery, books and sta- 
tionery, Main 

Cox B F & Co, (B F Cox, Thog Kyle and| 
B J Connolly), express, wood and 
coal office, cor Western ave and 
Kentucky 

Cox & Fritsch, (W E Cox and John 
Fritsch), grocers, 33 Main 



Eddlcman G W, dealer in California 

wines and brandies, Washington 

neai Bridge 
Eddy Mrs G-, dressmaker, cor Washing 

ton and Liberty 
EDMISTON MRS S A, coffee 

and lunch room, cor Main and 

Washington 
Ellsworth L H L, (Ellsworth & Son), 

Western ave 
Ellsworth L, (Ellsworth & Son), res 

Liberty 
Ellsworth LF, jeweler and watchmaker, 

50 Main 
Ellsworth & Northrup, (L Ellsworth and 

C F Northrup), harness and sad 

ffltery, Washington 



Cronin P, (Carty & Cronin), cor Ken- ELLSWORTH & SON, (L Ells- 



tucky and Washington 

DAILY EVENING IM- 
PRINT, J W Hoag & Co. Main 

Da-vis I, ^Merett & Davis), 10 Washing- 
ton 

De Long, Ashby & Co, (F C De Long and 
D E Ashby), Petaluma Packing Co 

Delventhal F W, Palace Saloon, Main, 
res Howard 

DENMAN E, president Bank of 
Sonoma County, res Liberty 

DENMAN FRANK4K, cashier 
Bank oi Sonoma County, res Amer 
ican Hotel 

Densmore Geo F, flour, feed, hay and 
grain. Main 

Diamond Patrick, saloon, D, East Peta- 
luma 

Dillon C E, assistant post master of Peta- 
luma, Masonic Building 

DINWIDDLE, BRAINERD 

& CO, (J L Dinwiddie and H P 
Brainerd), real estate and insurance 
brokers. Farms and property ad- 
vestised, sold on commission and 
loans negotiated. McCune Block, 
room 1-2-3 

Doehring Chas, bakery and confection- 
ery, 34 Main 

Doheny John, (Mcintosh k Doheny), res 
Brooklyn Hotel 

Dougherty S K, attorney at law, over 
Bank of Sonoma County 

DOYLE F P, secretary Sonoma 
Water Co, res Keokuk 

DREES BROS, (G A and E E 

Drees), produce dealers, cor Web- 
ster ave and Keller 
Drees E E, (Drees Bros), res Keller 
Drees G A, (Drees Bros), res Keller 
Drescher Geo, barber, American Hotel 
Dunn Philip, fruits and vegetables, 
Washington 

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worth and H L Ellsworth), furni 

ture, carpets, paints, oils and artists 

materials, Main 
Emerson & Tate, (Mmes C J Emerson 

and B Tate), dressmakers, Whitney 

Block, upstairs 
Englehardd John, boots and shoes, foot 

of Main 
Ernein Nicholas, groceries and liquors, 

Washington 
Excelsior Foundry and Machine Works 

Geo W Young propr, Keller near 

Washington 
Excelsior Soap Factory, Jameson 

Adams proprs, Main 
Exchange (The), Byrne & McCoy proprs, 

saloon. 73 Main 
Fairbanks D P, cashier Petaluma Sav- 
ings Bank, res D 
Fairbanks H F, pres Petaluma Savings 

Bank, Main, res D 
Falkner M H, groceries, fruits, cigars 

and tobacco, foot of Main 
Farrell W F, (Robinson k Farrell), res 

Baker 
FASHION LIVERY, FEED 

AND SALE STABLE, Cartv 

& Cronin proprs, cor Kentucky and 

Washington 
Eashion Saloon.Campbell Cooper propr, 

cor Washington and Kentucky 
Fifield Mrs E J, physician and surgeon, 

res cor Fourth and D 
FIFIELD W E & E J,physicians 

and surgeons, Whitney Block, over 

Hale's Dry Good Store 
Fifield W E, physician, res cor Fourth 

and D 
First National Bank, I G Wickersham 

pres, H Htwater cashier, Main 
Forr k Newburgh, Woolen Mills, East 

Petaluma 
FOSTER T J, fruits and confec- 
tionery, 32 Main, res 404 Washington 
Garth John, saloon, Main 



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GERCKENS & CARSTENS, HILL A B, agent Phoenix and 
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(J H L Gerckens and B CtUBtena) 
Union Hotel, foot of Main 

GILBERT P B. secy Mutual Re- 
lief Association, res D 

Gilbert T A, milliner and fancy goods. 
18 Main 



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HILL WM. Pres Sonoma 

Water Co, res Sonoma road 
HILL WM & SON, (Wm Hill anA-J 

A B Hill), bankers, 46 Main \f*\ 

Hoag Chas, supt Petaluma Woolen Mills, w 



A T „ in Hoag Chas, supt jfetaiuma >> ooien .uhib v 

GOLDEN EAGLE FLOUR HOAG J W& CO, (J w Hoag, Q 

MILL,( percivalMilliu 8Co), Per-I book and job printers, Main, re 
cival Bros managers, "Washington, Sixt 

East Petaluma 



Grannel W H, boots and shoes. Wash- 
ington 
Gray Thos H, dyeing and cleaning, 

Third and C 
Gray W J pi opr Petaluma Cleaning and 

Dyeing Works, cor Third and C 
Great American Tea Co, Main 
Gross L, (Koph & Gross), res D 
Hale Bros & Co, (C B Luff), dry goods 

and clothing, 4 Main 
HALL G P, postmaster of Petaluma 

Masonic Building, res C near Fifth 
Hambacher Martin, cigars and tobacco, 

Western ave 
Haney& Son, (Frank Haney and Free 

Haney), Petaluma Feed, Sale and'Jacobson C A. si 

Livery Stable, Main opp Plaza 



Holm Jacob. (Holm & Stolker), res D 
Hulm & Stolker, Wm Stolker and Jacob 

Holm), saloon, 231 Main 
Holmes Wm, bartender, 32 Main 
Hopes E, carriage and wagon manufac-. 

turer. cor Washington and Keller 
HOPKINS S J, Redwood and 

Oregon lumber, cor Third and B 
HOPKINS J F, boot and shoe- 
maker, Western ave opp Express 

office 
Ivancovich G, physician, cor Western 

ave and Main, up stairs 
Jacob Chas E, Plaza Bakery, Main nr B 
Jacobs Mrs A. dressmaking parlors 

over First National Bank, Main 
. Western ave 
Jameson & Adams, (S E Jameson and H 



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Hanson E"p, fruits, vegetables, cigars] Adams), Excelsior Soap Works 

and tobacco, Main near B | Jewell J E, stationer and news agent 



Harris T W & Co, (T W and W S Harris), 

ranges, s'oves, pumps, iron pipes 

and dairy utensiles, Henshaw Block 
HASKELL W B, attorney at law, 

Odd Felb.ws' Building 
HASKINS & CADWELL, <T 

J Haskins and J A Cadwell),grocers, 

68 Main 
Haskins T J, (Haskins & Cadwell), 58 

Main 
Hatch C P, mfg'r wind mill, butter 

moulds and tables, 26 Keller 
Haubrich Lenard, (Haubrich & Sartori) 

res cor Western ave and Prospect 
HAUBRICH & SARTORI, 

(Lenard Haubrich and Raphael 

Sartorl), liquor store, 17 Western 

ave 
Hedges Edward D, contractor and 

builder, Washington 
HEDGES WM H, constable, 

Phoenix Block 
HENRY JOHN, flour and feed, 

dealer in graiu and purchaser of 

wheat for Star Mills of Vallejo, and 

owner of the Patent Grain Separator 

in Sonoma county, Main 
HESS & CO, (P Hess & Antonio 

Cereghino), saloon, Main 
Hess P, (Hess & Co), res Third 
Hettrich Charles, merchant tailor, I 

Main, res Kentucky 
Higbee H B, boots and shoes, 62 Main 



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Johnson L J, horseshoer, Western ave 
Jordan, Athevton & Co, (L A Jordan, A 
W Atherton and A Beltzell), pro- 
prietors Commercial College, Mu- 
tual Relief Building 

Kahn M & Co, (M Kahn), saloon, Main 

Kaiev Gustave, boots and shoes, 2i 
Main 

Kelley Chas A, groceries, fruits, etc, 
Western ave 

Killam A F, (Killam & Stewart), res — ^ 
Keller 1^ 

KILLAM & STEWART, <d R W 
Stewart and A F Killam), grocers, Q 
Mutual Relief Building jj 

King H D, agent Wells, Fargo & Cos < 
Express Office, res cor Sixth and C — 

Klain Ernst, (Balzari & Klaiu), res Wash- 1 1 
ington 

Koph A A, (Koph & Gross), res D 

Koph & Gross, (A A Koph and L Gross), 
plumbers, gas fitters and tin roof- 
ers, Main 

Kubie Charles, merchant tailor, Main 
res Third 

Lawrence H E, capitalist, res Sixth 

Lauritzen Bros, (C and J Lauritzen), 



livery, feed and sale stable, 227-229 
Main mmm 

Lauritzen C, (Lauritzen Bros), res 229 

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Lauritzen J, (Lauritzen Bros), res Fourth 



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Leszinsky I H, clothing and furnishing 
goods, Main 

Lippitt E S, attorney at law, Mutual 
Relief Building, res cor D and Sixth 

Lodge J D, sewing machine agent, cor 
Kentucky and Western ave 

Lodge Mrs J D, hair goods, cor Western 
ave and Kentucky 

Lovejoy Geo E, denti.-t. Phcenix Block, 

Luff C B, (Hale Bros & Co), res American 
Hotel 

Mathews James A, importers of Clydes- 
dale stallions, Main 

Maynard F T, druggist, Main nr Wash- 
ington 

McFarland Mrs M, proprietress Peta- 
luma Bakery, Western ave opposite 
City Hotel 

McGuire T, druggist, 44 Main 

Mcintosh & Doheny, (John Mcintosh 
and John Doheny), horseshoers, 
Keller near Western ave 

McNAB, CASSIDY & CO, (T 

H MoNab, Samuel Cassidy and G N 
Smith), publishers and proprietors 
Petaluma Argus, Main 
McNally John W, horseshoer and black- 
smith, B bet Third and Fourth 

McNEAR GEO P, Oriental Feed 
Mills, Main 

Mego & Adams, (T Mego and R S Ad- 
ams), shaving and hair dressing, 
Main 

Merett & Davis, (John Merett and I 
Davis), saloon, 10 Washington 

MERRITT JOHN & SON, 

(John Merritt and J T Merritt), live 
stock dealers. Main near Revere 
House 

MEYER F A, attorney at law, Odd 
Fellows' Building 

Meyerholtz Henry, (Carpenter & Meyer- 
holtz), Washington 

Monaghan T, fruits, vegetables, cigars 
and tobacco, cor B and Fourth 

Montgomery Wm, dyeing and cleaning, 
cor Fourth and B 

Mordecar T, boots and shoes and sew- 
ing maohine agency, Main 

Morris Geo R, horseshoer, Main 

MORROW & FLYNN, (T J 

Morrow and C J Flynn), horseshoe- 

ers, Western ave next Drees Bros 
Morse A, groceries and dairy produce, 

cor Main and Washington 
Munday M E C, attorney at law, res 

country 

MUTUAL RELIEF ASSO- 
CIATION, L F Carpenter presi- 
dent, B P Gilbert secretary, offi ce 
Mutual Relief Building, room 1 



Nay lor Jos, fruits -and confectionery, 29 
Main, res Keller 

Needham Festus, groceries and liquors, 
106 Main 

Newburgh & Co. (Edward Newburgh). 
dry goods and clothing, Odd Fel- 
lows' block 

NIBLOCK J, propr Brooklyn Ho- 
tel, cor Washington and Keller 

O'Brien M, horseshoer, Kentucky opp 
Opera House 

O'Hara C D, saloon, Main, res Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 

O'Neill James, horseshoer, 107 Ken- 
tucky near Washington 

Opera House, (Vinell & Bruch mana- 
gers, Kentucky bet Washington and 
Western ave 

O'RIELLY MARTIN, grocer- 
ies, wines and liquor, Washington, 
East Peteluma 

ORIENTAL FEED MILLS, 
Geo P McNear, Main 

Oster Henry, barber, Washington opp 
Washington Hotel 

Overholser W R & Co, ( W R Overholser), 
butcher, 40 Main 

PACIFIC ! BENEFIT ASSO- 
CIATION^, F, Shattuck pres, 
Geo C Codding secy, Mutual Relief 
Building 

Palmer J M, (Palmer, Johnston & Co), 
res Kentucky bet Western ave and 
Washington 

Palmer, Johnston & Co,(J M Palmer and 
J E Johnston), furniture, carpets, 
paints, oils, glass, wall paper and 
upholstering, cor Main and Wash- 
ington 

Palmer Wm J, boots and shoes, 48 Main 

Pampinella 8, milliner and fancy goods 
26 Main 

Parks Fred, clerk, 86 Main 

Pattochi Chas, William Tell Saloon, 
Main 

Patty L H, physician. Whitney Block 

PERCIVAL BROS, (S c Perci- 
val and W C Percival), Percival 
Milling Co, Washington, East Peta- 
luma 

PERKINS C O, dentist, Main 

Perry A F, (Bryant & Perry), foot of 
Main 

PETALUMA ARGUS 

(Weekly), (McNab Cassidy k Co) 
proprietors and publishers, Main 
PETALUMA COURIER, w 

F Shattuck publisher, Main 

PETALUMA FOUN 
DRY AND MACHINE 

WORKS, W H Worth pToprif 
tor, 16-24 Keller 



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Petaluma Gas Light Co, (J G Wicker JRobinson & Farrell. (W Robinson and 
■nam president, F A Wickersham W P Farrell), blacksmiths and car- 
•ecretary Chas Hoag superinten- riage makers, 202 Main 



dent. D. T » vv 

Petaluma Packing Co, (De Long, Ashby 

& Co) 
Pet duma Planing Mills, Rodd & Camm, 

(S Rodd and J L Camm), Washing- 
ton, East Petaluma 
Petaluma Public Library, S Hopkins 

president, H H Atwater secretary, 

City Hall 
Petaluma Savings Bank, H T Fairbanks 

president, D B Fairbanks cashier 

Main 



Robinson Wm, (Robinson & Farrell), res 
Martha 

Robuaon Mrs C, propr Petaluma Brew- 
ery, 624 Main 

Robuson Miss S, milliner, 25 Main 

Robuson W H. manager Petaluma Brew- 
ery, 624 Main 

Rodgers J P, attorney at law, res Fourth 
bet E and F 

RODGERS & MUNDAY, (J P 
Rodgers and M EC Mundayi, attor- 
neys at law, cor Main and Western 
ave 



PE Jx4? J i T ?Jr^ MIM 1 ^ 6 "' Edward, liquors, Washington 
MILLS, rorr & ^e^buign l°^ RC f SS GEO, art and photograph 
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PHILLIP JACOB, merchant 
tailor, 38 Main 

Pimm H, carriage painter, cor Western 
ave and Howard 

PIONEER WHITE LAUN- 
DRY, Geo Polk Young, proprie- 
tor, cor C and Second 

Poehlman C, (C Poehlman & Co), res 
Main 

POEHLMAN C & CO, (C Poehl- 

man), Petaluma Market, Main 
Pometta B, custom made boots and 

shoes, Main, res Third 
POST OFFICE, G P Hall post 

master, Masonic Building 
Preston J M, furniture and variety store 

cor Webster ave and Kentucky 



PROCTOR I M, physician and 
surgeon, office over First National 
Bank, res Third near New City 
Hall, Main 

PUTNAN D W & CO, <D w 

Putnan, carriage and wagonmaker, 
cor Western ave and Keller 
RAFAEL M E. groceries, produce 
and liquors, Washington 

REAL ESTATE ASSOCIA 
TIONi OF PETALUMA, 

L F Carpenter president, GeoC Cod 

ding secretary, Mutual Relief Build 

ing, room 2 
Reed J Q, photographer, Main, res 

Washington Hotel 
Reed Michael, grocer, Western ave 
Revere House, H Stockdale proprietor, 

Main 
Reynolds Miss Ida, operator Western 

Union Telegraph Co, res Seventh 

bet C and D 
Roach T, (Veale& Roach), res Liberty 
Roberts Henry J, groceries and provi 
slons, cigars and tobacco, Main 



gallery, Main, res same 
Russell H D, marble works, Third near 

SARTORI RAFAEL, (Hau 

brich & Sartori), res 17 Western ave 
Saul Geo M, dentist, Whitney Building, 

upstairs 
Savage John, watchmaker and jeweler, 

Washington 
ISchierhold & Wohlers, (T Wohlers and 
H Scbierhold), Relief Saloon, Main 
Scholosser Thos C, stoves and tinware 

108 Main 
Schmidt Geo, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Main and B 
Schmidt V, dry goods and clothing, 

Main, res D 
Schnitz X, merchant tailor, 30 Main 
Scbuler C 0, cigar factory, cigars and 

tobacco, Main 
Scott T C, (Temple & Scott), res Sixth 

and D 
SHATTUCK W F, pres Pacific 
Benefit Association and propr Peta 
luma Courier, res D 
Sheehy Chas J, house, sign and orna 

mental painter, 53 Main 
Show A J, drygoods and notions, 54 

Main 
Singley C E, station agent, East Peta 

luma 
SKILLMAN THEO, importer 

French and coach 6tallions, Main 
SMITH GEO N,(Codding k Smith) 

res Kentucky 
Smith Miss Iva, dressmaker, 31 Western 

ave 
Soda Works, B F Connolly propr. c 
Sixth and B 

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secy, office cor Washington and Kel 
ler 
Spotswood Andrew, carriage and wagon 
maker, Washington, East Petalum 



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Roach T, (Veale& Roach), res Liberty ler E 

Roberts Henry J, groceries and provi- Spotswood Andrew, carriage and wagon m 

sions, cigars and tobacco, Main maker, Was hington, East Petalum jra 

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Spotswood Robert/ (R Spotswood & L. 

Son), res 130 Keller WALSH M, propr Cosmopolitan 



and George Spotswood), carria, 
buggy and wagon manufacturers! 
cor Washington and Keller 

STARKE FRED J, saloon, West- 
ern ave, opp Post Office 

Steamer Gold, N Gould captain, leaves 
Petaluma daily, (Sundays excepted) 
Sot oTe and return > offic e 

Stearns F R, jeweler and optician, 36 
Main, Phoenix Block 

Steenson k Thompson. (Magnus Steen- 
son and Jno C Thompson), saloon 
Alain 

Sterger P Jos, gun and locksmith, Main 
res Second and D ' 

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WASHINGTON STABLES, 

Collins, Kynoch & Co proprs, cor 

Washington and Kentucky 
Wells, Fargo & Co*s Express Office, D H 

King agent, cor Western ave and 

Kentucky 
Wells W R, physician and surgeon, cor 

Western ave and Kentucky 

WEST MRS E W, dress and 

cloak maker, 24 xMain, up stairs 
Western Union Telegraph Co, T I 

Brown operator, Western ave bet 

Kentucky and Keller 
Whallon M, attorney at law and notary 

Phoenix Building 
Whitebread Chas, barber, Cosmopolitan 



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btockdale Hugh, propr of Revere House. Whitney Arthur L, (Arthur L Whitney 
a* it i ML & Co), res 6 F J 

Stolker^ m ,(Holm & Stolker), res cor WHITNEY ARTHUR L & 

CO, (Arthur and C E Whitney) 

grocers, cor Main and Western ave 

Wick Jacob, propr Petaluma Tannery, B 

bet Post and Spring 
Wickersham I G, president First Na- 
tional Bank, res Sixth and D 
Wiers James, saloon, Henshaw Blo-k 

res Washington. East Petaluma 
Wmans & Goshen, (,J L Winans and M D 

Goshen), groceries and feed, Main 
Winans J L, (Winans & Goshen), Main 
VV inters L, wines and liquors, Wash- 
ington 
Woods Wm, boot and shoe maker West 
ern ave 

WORTH W H, propr Petaluma 
Foundry and Machine Works 16- 
24 Keller, res Liberty 

Young C, groceries, cor Fourth and B 

Young Geo C, real estate and insurance 
agent, Phoenix Block. Main 

Young Geo W, propr Excelsior Foundry 
and Machine Works, Keller near 
Washington 

YOUNG G POLK, Pioneer White 
Laundry, cor C and Second 

Zartman Wm, (Wm Zartman & Co), res 
Western ave and Liberty 

ZARTMAN WM & CO, (Wm 

and W H Zartman), carriage and 
wagon makers, Western ave and 
Howard 
Zartman W H, (W Zartman & Co), res 
W estern ave and Howard 



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Stone John T, dentist 

Washington 

SturgesWm, manufacturer of ladies 

and gents fine woolen and cotton 

hosiery, Washington, East Petaluma 

Sunders Frank, boot and shoemaker 

Washington 
Sweed Philip 

Main 
Tatterson James, 
ave and Keller 
Temple C, (Temple & Scott), res Ken- 
tucky 

TEMPLE & SCOTT, (C Temple 
and J C Scott), hardware and agri- 
cultural implements, Main 

romasini D G, (Beggs & Tomasini), res 
American Hotel 

Towne S D, druggist. 42 Main 

Treuholtz E M, druggist and physician 
cor Main and Washington 

Truelson C, watchmaker and jeweler 

Main 
Twist Miss Minnie, dressmaker. 32 Main 

UNION HOTEL, (Gerckens & 
Carstens), foot of Main 

Van Martin W H, propr Baldwin Coffee 
House, Western ave 

Veale & Roach, (W R Veale and T 
Roach), grocers, cor Main and West- 
ern ave 

Veale W R, (Veale & Roach), res Keller 



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oimnK- res Railroad ave \jj 

prop TVinsor Hotel- ELGIN BROS, (J * E lK in and C E ^. 

Elgin), livery and feed stable. Main ***, 

(The), H J Lewelling! ElKin c Ej ( Elgin Bros), res Pope jj 



Alexander F L, dry goods and cl (Duckworth L, (Duckworth & Genung),^ - 

Main othinS'| res Railroad_ay_e m \fj 

Alatrom Mrs A, 

Main 
Bank of St Helena. (The), 

pres Owen Wade cashier. Main jElgin J P, (Elgin Bros), res Main *-v 

Barracco L, boot and shoe maker, Main ELGIN STABLE, Elgin Bros V-/ 
Barrv James, merchant tailor, Mam proprietors, Main ■ 

Barry Miss M & Co, (Misses M rJarry; E ly \y A, physician and surgeon, Main }— 
and A Campbell), dressmakers and Europa House, Vasconi & Form oroprs, y\ 

Spring LfcZ 

FEE & CARR, (Geo TV Fee and QC 

Byron O Cair), real estate and in-| — 

surance agents, Main jLL. 

Fee Geo W, {Fee & Carr), res Madronj 

FERRARI R, boots and shoes, _J 

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Beach Geo H, real estate and insurance 

agent, Main 
Beardsley & McMillan, contractors and 



saloon, Hunt 



builders. Main 
BEGUHLS JNO, 

ave, res Spring res Beach Building 

Behrns Bros, (Ernest Behrns and Otto yQS & DOWDELL. (F Foa an 

Behrns), groceries, Main j w Dowell>, California Market 

Behrns Ernst (Behrns Brost, res Spring | Ma , n 
Behrns Otto, (Behrns Bros), res Oak ave Fog R (Fos & Dowdell), Main 



Bell A N, (Bell Brothers), rea Spring 
Bell Brothies, (A N Bell and W B Bell), 

general merchandise, Main 
BELL R B, groceries, crockery, and 

glassware, res Kearny 
Bell W B. (Bell Brothers), Spring 
Beringer Bros,(F Beringerand J L Ber- 
inger), winery, wine cellar and Cali- 
fornia brandies, Main 
Beringer F, (Beringer Bros), res Main 
Beringer J L, (Beringer Bros), res Main 
Bly L A, books, stationary and confec- 

ery. Main 
Bruce TV A, gunsmith, Main 



Foster Walter, livery stable, Main, res ^ 

Kearny UJ 

Galewes K D, general merchandise. | 

Main iQ 

Gelinsky Bros, (Gus Gelinsky and 

Henry Gelinsky), blacksmiths, Main 
Genung TV L, (Duckworth Sl Genung), 

res Railroad ave 
Gibbs George, livery stable, Main | ' 

GIBBS W S, clothing and gents' 

furnishing goods, Windsor Block \\Jj 

GLADDEN J R, P r °P r Elithe| — 
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Brum Frank/boot and shoe maker. Main ?™ ^P 8 ,. r noflmnT1 hn n \ rea Oak 
BURKE W P, physician and sur- Goodman A, (A Goodman & Co), rea OaK 

geou. office Kibbler Building, «»! G0 a £ DMAN A & CO, <A Good- 
Bu-EK. H R, drugs and medicines,| ^l^^l^vS?*- 
Carr B^ronO, (Feet Carr), rea Engl.- »»£ Jacob, watchmaker and jeweler, 

wood ave -lain 

CARVER B D, banker, s 8 Main, ! GUTZWELLER ,H, dellcac,e _ s ; 



res same 

Caughev W J. blacksmith, Main 

COHLER WILLIAM, nursery 
and florist, cor L'hurcu and Pope 

Coutolenc J H, butcher, Main 

Duckworth & Genung. (L Duckworth 
and TV L Genung), St Helena Foun- 
dry and Machine TVorks. near Rail- 
road depot 



pork, sausage, nsh, ham, b.icon and 

groceries. Main 
Haar A, saloon, Spring 
Hale C N, groceries, crockerv and glass, 

Main, res cor Kearny and Pine 
Heyer Henry, bakery and restaurant. 

Main 
Heyman Edmund, vineyardist, winery — 

and saloon, Hunt ave | JJ 



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Hoffman C, furniture and upholstery, 
Main " 

Heffman F, boot and shoemaker, Main 

Holland H K, watchmaker aad jeweler 
Main ' 

Hotel D'ltalia, F Rossi and M Maginni 
proprietors, near Railroad Depot 

Hughes Mrs 8 B, dressmaker and mil- 
linery, Main 

Huillet Henry, cooper, Main 

Husbands W H, manager Windsor Ho- 
tel, Main 

Jessen Chas H, cigars and tobacco, Main 

Johnson Bros, (E B Johnson and C B 
Johnson), stationers, cigars, tobacco 
and varieties, Main 

Johnson C B, (Johnson Bros), res Kearny 

Johnson E B. (Johnson Bros), res Kearny 

JOHNSON J G, cashier Bank of 
W A C 8mith, Main 

Kennedy Geo B, carpenter and builder 
Main 

Kettlewell B F, (J R KettleweU & Son) 
res Charter Oak ave and Bridge 

Kettlewell J A. (J R Kettlewell & Son) 
res Main 

Kettlewell J O, carriage and sign paint- 
er, Main 

Kettlewell J R, ( j r Kettlewell & Son), 
ret Adams 

KETTLEWELL J R & SON 

(J B and B F Kettlewell), hardware 
and agricultural implements, cor 
Main and Adams 

KETTLEWELL J R & SON, 

(J R and J A Kettlewell), boots and 
shoes, cor Main and Adams 

Kircbweger Hermann, real estate and 
insuranre agent, Main 

Konrad Louis, photographer, Main 
Beach Building 

Krekler & Wentzel, (W Krekler and J G 
Wentzel), grocers, Main 

Kreuzberger J, blacksmith, Main 

Kurpinsky T S, saddlery and harness, 
Main 

Lauder Mrs Alice, assistant postmis- 
tress, res Main 

Lauter N, (A Goodmin & Co), Main 

Leach W H, physician and surgeon, 
Mun ' 

Livernash E J, attorney at law, cor Main 
and Adams 

Livernash J, furniture, carpets and 
wall paper, Main 

Lockwood F A, Walter's Spring Depot 
and Saloon, Main 

LOGAN J I, artists' materials and 

mm "^.eitaker, cor Main and Adams 

MACKINDER W Auditor and 
proprietor St Helena Star, Odd Fel- 
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Maginai M, (Rossi & Maginni), Hote 
D'ltalia 

McLennan D R. carriage and wagon- 
maker and carrriage painter, Main 

Merk J F, merchant tailor, Main 

Mezger C t\ wagonmaker, Main 

Mooney Bros, (C D and F T Mooney) 
groceries, flour and feed, Hunt ave 

Morton & Mackinder, (J M Morton and 
W A Mackinder), real estate and in- 
surance agents, Odd Fellows' Build- 
ing 

Murray R O, saloon, Main 
Muschi L, bakery, Hunt ave 
Nellis S, boot and shoemaker, Main 
Nielsen John, proprietor St Helena 

Restaurant, Hunt ave 
O'Donnell Philip, dry goods, Main 
Outwaters NT, blacksmith, cor Polk and 

Main 
Palace Hotel, Mrs T J Roberts proprie- 
tor, Main 

PALMER L L, editor and pro- 
prietor St Helena Independent cor 
Main and Adams 

Patrick L B, fruits, etc. Main 

Pellet & Co, (Frank Pellet and L A Pel- 
let), lumber, office opp Railroad De- 
pot 

Pellet Frank, (Pellet & Co), res Crane ay e 

Pellet L A, (Pellet* Co), res Crane av* 

POSTOFFICE-C R Vann, post- 
master 

Ragan Miss K, milliner, Main opp Odd 
Fellows' Building 

RIGGINS GEO A, druggist, cor 
Main and Hunt ave 

Roberts Mrs T J, proprietor Palace Ho- 
tel, Main 

R ° B ™ P i'- (R08si 4 Maginni), Hotel 
DItalia 

Rossi & Maginni, (F Rossi and M Ma- 
ginni) proprietors Hotel D'ltalia nr 
Railroad Depot 

RUTLEDGE JAMES, paints. 

oils, glass, house, sign and carriage 
painter, Main e 

Sabin C R, dentist, Odd Fellows' Build- 
ing 

St Helena Gas Co, president J H Steves 
secretary W H C Smith, superin- 

-a. tonde nt J esse Starkweather, Main 

ST HELENA HOTEL, A Tonoi- 
la proprietor, Main 

ST^SE&ENA INDEPEN- 
DENT, L L Palmer eStVtnd 
proprietor, cor Main and Adams i-i 

St Helena Library and Free Reading 3 

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ST HELENA STAR, W A Mac- 
kinder editor and proprietor, Odd 
Fellows' Building 

St Helena Water Co, S Ewer president, 
F S Ewer secretary. Main 

Salmini k Borla, (F Salniini and A Bor- 
la), proprietors William Tell Houte, 
Spr.ng 

Sohnoor Chris H, locksmith and bell- 
banger, Main 

SCHRIFFUNG CHARLES, 

boot and shoemaker, Main 
'SciaroniF, winery, wine cellar and dis 

tillery, Main 
Sharp H B, Well's, Fargo & Co's agent 

Main 
jSimmons Harry, saloon, Spring 
Simmons Richard, general blacksmith 

ing, Main 
Simonsen Theodore, clerk. Hunt ave 
Smith E G, St Helena Soda Works, Main 
Smith Oliver, general merchandise 

Main next Odd Fellows' Buildiug 
SMITH W A C, banker, insur 
nee agent and notary. Main 



THE TIMES, (Weekly), Stephens 
& Stephens proprietors, Main 

TONOLLA AUGUST, St Helena 

Hotel, Main 
Turner Hall and .Opera- House, n end 

Main-: 
TurnTereiu, 'Turner Hall, Main 
United States Bonded Warehouse, W 

C Smith proprietor, Railroad ave 
VANN C R, postmaster 
VARROZZA PETER, black- 
smith, Adams 
Vasconi & Forni, (L Vasconi and A For- 

ni), proprietors Europa House : 

Spring 
Veasy William* barber and furniture 

Main 
Watt Thomas, attorney at law, Main 

WEHRLI JACOB, winea and 

liquors, saddler and harness, Main, 
Turner Hall 
Wells, Fa^-go & Co, H B Sharp agent, 
Main 



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Steiuacher H, barber, s s Main 

Stephens A H, (Stephens & Stephens), I Western Union Telegraph Office, R F 

' res Madrona ave Ramers operator, Palace Hotel, Main 

STEPHENS & STEPHENS, William Tel1 House, Salmini ft Borla 

(W LStephens and A H Stephens)/ propnetors, Spring 

proprietors and publishers of The 

Times, St Heleua, Main 

Stephens W L, (Stephens & Stephens), 

res Madrona ave 
Steves J H. stoves, tinware and plumb- 

iDg, Main 
Stoppler Harry, barber, Hunt ave, res 

Oak ave 
Tabor I, physician and surgeon, Main 
Taylor Bros, (Edwin and John Taylor\ 
hardware, stoves, tinwaie and agri 
cultural implements, Main 



Williams A L, cashier D B Carver, Main 
Wilson L J & Co. (L J Wilson and R X 

Snowball), druggists, Main 
Windsor Hotel, Mrs S Arstrom proprie- 
tor, W H Husbands manager, Main 

WINEGROWERS AND 
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MARKET, Fos b Dowdell pro 
prietors, Main 

Wooldridge C C, saloon, Main 



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1887. 

ALPHABETICALLY AEKANGED.^ 



Adler Louis, real estate 

Barbarin G, bakery 

Breitenbach F, notary public 

Brown W, barber 

Burris David, president Sonoma Yalley 

Bank 
BURRIS JESSE, cashier Bono 

ma Valley Bank 



Clark Q W, boot and shoemaker 
Clewe F, general merchandise i 
Davis H H, physician and surgeon 

Clewe's Building 
Duhring F, general merchandise, and 

Wells. Fargo & Co's agent 
Eshback D M, watchmaker, jeweler and 

dentist 



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Eureka Hotel.Mrs N Pheran proprietress 'Poppe's Hall, J A Poppe propr 



Fochetti Julius, general blacksnii thing 
Garabaldi House, Modeni Lorenzo propr 
Gilbert Ernst, cooper 
Granice H H, Sonoma Index-Tribune 
GROTHAUS F, Pioneer Saloon 

HARASZTHY A F, mayor 

Harris Granville, livery stable 

Jones William, saloon 

Laux A, saloon 

La Porte G M. barber 

Litzius Louis, general merchandise 

Lyons R B, carriage and wagonmaker 
and horseshoeing 

Marcy J G, stoves and tinware 

Martin Mrs James, blacksmi thing and 
horseshoeing 

McGill A, meat market 

McHarvey & Hope, (C McHarvey and V 
Hope), carriage, wagonmakers and 
blacksmiths 
McMackin Jas, proprietor Sonoma Flour 

Mill 
Modeni Lorenzo, propr Garabaldi House 
Monpedini Pietro, general merchandise 
Moore R D, Occidental Hotel 
Muldry Martin, saloon 
Mulhaupt F S, boot and shoemaker 
Mullen E J, agent S V R R 
Nauert H F, butcher 
Pauli A F, general merchandise 
Pauli EH. stationery 



f\ PAULI R J, postmaster 
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Pheran Mrs N, proprs Eureka Hotel 
Poppe J A, general merchandise 



Powell Maurice, saloon 
Raschen Henry, propr Union Hotel 
Hose Sarra Sartori, propr Swiss Hotel 
Rudeman John, cooperage 
Ruffner James, news agent and varieties 
Schmedt R, saddlery and harness 
Schocken S, general merchandise 
Small Jos B, justice of the peace 
Smith W A, dry goods 
Sonoma Hotel, D T Hard proprietor 
Sonoma Index-Tribune, (weekly), H H 
Granice editor and proprietor 

SONOMA VALLEY BANK, 

David Burns president, A T Harasz- 

thy vice-president, Jesse Burris 

cashier 
Swiss Hotel, Sarra Sartori Rose propr 
Tivnen John, insurance agent and 

notary public 
Toioni Bertolamejo, general merchan 

Union Hotel, Henry Raschen nropr 

Vallejo U P, city marshal 

Van Gildern Chas, physician 

Wagner Otto, bakery and confectionery 
Public Telephone Office and West- 
ern Union Telegraph Office 

Waters J U, stoves and tinware 

Wegner Edward, druggist 

Weiler F B, saloon 

Wells, Fargo & Co, F Duhring agent 

Weyl Henry, winery, rock quarry and 
general merchandise 

Wilson W P, house and sign painter 



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ALPHABETICALLY AEKANGED. 



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McDonald ave and 



Abendroth F A, 

Fourth, res 

Twelfth 
ALEXANDER LOUIS M, 

cashier Santa Rosa National Bank, 

res Occidental Hotel 
Allen R B, (Allen & Wheeler), res 1( 

Humboldt 
Allen S I, meat market, 12 Mendocino, 

res 823 Fifth 
Allen & Wheeler, (R B Allen and G W 

Wheeler), groceries, crockery, glass 

and silverware, cigars and tobacco, 

434 Third 

ANTEEO STABLE, W B San- 
born propr, 628 Fourth 



ARMORY SALOON, W S Beck- 
ner propr, cor Fourth and Washing- 
ton 

Armstrong A, manager Santa Rosa Elec- 
tric Light Co, 111 Fifth 

ATHENJEUM BUILDING, 

B M Spencer pres and C A Wright 
secy, cor Fourth and D 

AUBREY MISS L, dressmaker 
513 Fourth, up stairs 

AUSTIN J S, A M, president 
Pacific Methodist College, res 
Mendocino 

Bacigalupi Nat, fish market, Mendicino 
bet Fourth and Fifth 



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Baker H, (Baker & Boss), res cor Second 
and A 

Baker & Ross, (H Baker and R Ross), 
blacksmiths, horse shoers, carnage 
and wagon makers and agricultural 
implements, 3 Main 

Barbara Aubrey, attorney at law, 543 
Fourth, room 16 

BARHAM & HOAG, (H w Bar 
ham and O H Hoag), real estate and 
collection agency, 5A3 Fourth 

Barnett J D. (Tripp & Barnett), res 75 
Mendocino 

Basel Joseph, barber, 319 Fourth 

Baxter ft Green. (T P Baxter and P I 
Green,) hardware and tinning. 52. 
Fourth 

Baxter T P, (Baxter & Green), res Col- 
lege ave 

BECKNER W S, P™pr Armory 
Saloon, cor Fourth and "Washington, 
res 165 First 

Behmer Daniel, lock and gunsmith 
and machinist, Third opp Court 
House, res 204 Third 

Berka F, lumber and building material 
cor Fourth and "Wilson, res Occi- 
dental Hotel 

Bertoleni P, grocer and general mer 
chandise, 205 Fourth 

Bethel Chester, U S Bonded Ware- 
house, Fourth near Railroad depot, 
res 32 Cherry 

Bew George, grocer, 225 Fourth 

Bianchini G , boot and shoemaker 127 
Fourth 

Bizzini Bros, (Julius and Daniel Biz- 
zini), Campi's Restaurant, Ridgway 
Block 

Bizzini Daniel (Bizzini Bros), res cor 
Morgan and Carrillo 

Bizzini Julius, (Bizzini Bros), res Tup- 
per 

Boswell J, real estate and loan agent. 
SW cor B and Fourth 

Boyce F O, physician and surgeon, 
office 248 Third, res 246 Third 

Boyce ,1 F, physician and surgeon, office 
248 Third, res 246 Third 

Broughton Miss Jennie, mflliner 535 
Fourth 

Brown A De W, book keeper Geo S. 
Brown, 214 Third 

Brown Geo S, hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware, 417 Fourth, res 214 Third 

BROWN JNO, attorney at law 
and justice of peace, Overton & 
Doyle Block, cor Fourth and Men- 
docino, res 25 Mendocino 

Brush J H, vice-president Santa Rosa 
National Bank, res Occidental 

Bryant Allen, (Howell & Bryant), res 
Orchard 



BUCKLAND L H, harness, sad- 
dlery and carriage trimming, 438 
Third, res Seventh bet Davis and 
Wilson 

Buhlmann Tony, bootmaker, 312 Fourth 

Burckhalter J C, contractor and builder, 
Wilson 

Burger C H, butcher, 623 Fourth, res 
Petal uraa road 

BURRIS L W, cashier Santa Rosa 
Bank, res cor Johnson and Beaver 

BUTT ALFRED, jeweler and 
watchmaker, 609 Fourth, res Or- 
chard 

Byington H W, livery, feed and sale 
stable, 429 Fourth 

BYRNE M, Byrne's Hotel, 2-4 
Fourth 

BYRNE'S HOTEL, M Byrnt 
propr, 2-4 Fourth 

Caldwell F M, surgeon and dentist, 5u6 
Fourth 

Campi's Restaurant.Bizzini Bros proprs 
Ridgway Block 

CANNON R D, publisher and 
propr Santa Rosa Daily and Weekly 
Republican, res The Glen, Fourth 

CARITHERS, BROOKS & 

CO, (N D Carithers and E Brooks 
dry goods and clothing, cor Third 
and D 

Carr C F, (Carr & Son), res 28 Tenth 

Carr H D, (Carr ft Son), res 28 Tenth 

CARR & SON, (H D and C F Carr 
grocers, 303 Fourth 

CARRINGTON C N, contractor 
and builder, 327 Fourth 

CARTER DAN P, cigars and to- 
bacco, 505 Fourth, res 506 Fourth 

Carter E D, groceries, 101 Mendocino, 
cor Fifth, res 31 Beaver 

CASTLE (THE), V B Sanborn 
propr, 637 Fourth 

Chambers A K, constable, Overton & 
Doyle Block, cor Fourth and Men- 
docino, res Main 

Charles I V, deputy marshal, Santa 
Rosa, res 615 Fifth 

CHASE MISSES, principals Santa 
Rosa Seminary, cor College ave and 
Beaver 

Childers Joseph, (Childers & Son), B bet 
Second and Third 

Childers Joseph & Son, (Joseph and 
Sherman Childers), masons, plas- 
terers and plastic ornaments, B bet 
Second and Third 

Churchill H H, special agent Home 
Mutual Insurance Co, 543 Fourth 

Colgan E P, sheriff, office Court House 

Colgan E P, (Colgan ft Hervey), reg 
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COLGAN & HERVEY, (E P 

Colgan and N B Hervey), carriage 
and wagonmakers, 323 Fourth 

Congrove Mrs L A, proprietress Pied- 
mont Restaurant, 613 Fourth 

Cooper E M. (Lee Bros), res cor Fourth 
and Willson 

Cootes W F, new and second-hand 
furniture, 116 Fourth, res First 

Cottini Peter, saloon, cor Fourth an-i 
Davis 

Cowen Fred, piano tuner, 521 Fourth, 
res Beaver 

Cowen Philip, hooks, stationery crock- 
ery and glassware, 521 Fourth 

Creagh M, boots and shoes, 508 Fourth, 
res Cherry near Methodist College 

Cropley H M, (Cropley k Son), res cm- 
Seventh and Morgan 

CROPLEY & SON, (William and 

H M Cropley), tannery, foot of 

8ixth 
Cropley "Wm, (Cropley & Son), res west 

end Sixth 

Culver E L, ladies' bazaar, 605 Fourth 
Davidson NR, photographer, 217 Fourth 
Davis B J, meat market, Athenfeum 

Building 
Davis C D, physician and surgeon, 543 

Fourth 

DAVIS E W, pres National Bank, 
res w s E bet Third and Fourth 

Davis M C, Acme Restaurant and baker 
14 Mendocino 

Davis M S, undertaker, 420 Fourth 

DAVIS WALTER S, city treas- 
urer and insurance agent, 15 Ex 
change ave, res Mendocino near 
Carrillo 

DemetzMrs[A,bakery and restaurant, 531 
Fourth 

De Turk I, propr Santa Rosa Winery, 
west of Railroad, res Occidental 

Deveraux E W, saloon, 412 Fouith, res 
809 Fourth 

Doggett & Goodfellow, (W J Doggett and 
John Goodfellow), flour, feed, hay 
and grain, cor Fourth and A 

Doggett W J, (Doggett & Goodfellow), 
res Beaver 

Dohn Geo, supt Santa Rosa Winery, res 
West Santa Rosa 

Dont John G, fruits and confectionery, 
115 Fouith 

Doran Alex, fruits and confectionery, 
625 Fourth 

Doubleday Bros, (T A Doubleday and 
WC Doubleday), paints, oils, wall 
paper and artists' materials, 438 
Fourth 

Doubleday J A, (Doubleday Bros), res 
Third bet Washington and Davie 



Doubleday W C, (Doubleday Bros), res 

Third bet Washington and Davis 
Doyle M, vice-pres Savings Bank, 

Fourth near Kroncke Park, off Santa 

Rosa 
Duffy Thomas, saloon, 127 Fourth, res 

Mendocino 
Dunbar J, (Taylor & Dunbar), res cor 

King and Cherry 
Eagle Hotel, W H Moxon propr, Main 
Eardley W T, insurance agent, 10 

Mendocino, res Fourth 
Eberhard Chas, (Hill & Eberhard, res 

Occidental Hotel 
Emfcorn J H, (Roher, Emhorn& Co), res 

207 Fifth 
Ekstrom H R, watchmaker, jeweler and 

engraver, Third opp Court House, 

res 36 Cherry 
Eliason W A, insurance agent, cor 

Fourth and Mendocino 
Farnham J W, general fire insurance 

agent. Occidental Block, res College 

ave 
Fashion Stables, W H Underhill propr, 

13-15 Main 
Ferman John, tailor, B bet Third and 

Fourth 
Ferrison Joe, fruits and confectionery, 

507 % Fourth 
Fick J E, saloon, 522 Fourth 
Finlaw Wm, physician and surgeon, 611 

Fourth, up stairs 

FINLEY W A, A M. D D* 

president Santa Rosa Ladies' Col- 
lege, McDonald ave 

Fisher A L, (Fisher & Kinslow), res 212 
Third 

Fisher & Kinslow, (A L Fisher and J F 
Kinslow), Granite and Marble 
Works, cor Fourth and Davis 

Forrest F, Sr, veterinary surgeon, cor 
B and Third, res 283 Wilson 

Forrest H A, veterinary surgeon, res 
Johnson, SW cor B and Fourth 

Fraiser G W, barber, 509 Fourth 

Frazee C D, druggist, 611 Fourth, res 
cor Davis and Third 

Frehe Herman F, saloon, 436 Third 

Frost C W, (C W Frost & Co), res Men- 
docino 

FROST C W & CO, (C W Frost 

and L J Gilman), real estate and 

land agents, 529 % Fourth 
Frugali E, saloon, 117 Fourth 
Gaddis J H, boot and shoemaker, 61 

Mendocino, res 70S Third 
Gale D R, (Gale & Rutledge), res NE cor 

College ave and Humboldt 
Gale & Rutledge. (DR Gale and Thomas 

Rutledge, Jr), attorneys at law, 

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GARDELLA C L, proprietor 
Hotel D'ltalia Unita, Sixth aud Rail- 
road 

Gardner E, policeman, res "Wilson 

Germania Hotel, John Haas propr, 107- 
109 Fourth 

Gilman L J, (0 W Frost & Co), res 28 



Hall Pres M, Exchange Saloon, 21 Ex- 
change ave, res Taylor Building, 
Fourth 

Haltinner J, prop Santa Rosa Brewery, 
Second, foot of Wilson 

Harrington Mrs A M, junk store, Men- 
docino bet Fifth and Sixth 



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Healy W E, boots and shoes, 513 Fourth, 
crockery res Third 



and glass, hay and grain, wood and 
coal, 400-402 Fourth, res cor Fourth 
and Washington 

OODBEY S M, professor of natu- 
ral science, Humboldt 

GOOD W C & CO, (Mary A Mo 
rey, J C Mailer and W C Good), 
hardware, stoves and tinware), 615- 
617 Fourth 

Good W C, (W C Good & Co), res Mc- 
Donald 

Goodfellow John, (Doggett & Goodfel- 
low), res Beaver 

Goodwin Chas B, barber, cor Main and 
Second 

Goss John, attorney at law, 605 Fourth, 
up stairs 

Grace Miss Anna, dressmaker, 629 
Fourth, res First 

GRAND HOTEL, Philip Mora 
head propr; accommodations first 
class; free coach to and from the 
hotel; rates |1 50 to $2 per day; 
cor Third and Main, opp Court- 
house 

Granuccia L, saloon, 203 Fourth 

Gray J W, butcher, 529 Fourth, res 51 
Healdsburg ave 

Great American Tea Co, Chas T Green- 
tree manager, 436 Fourth 

Green P F, (Baxter & Green), res Men- 
docino 

Greentree Chas T, manager Great Arner- 
can Tea Co, 436 Fourth 

xRISSIM WM HENRY, Irre 
pressible Saloon, 5 Exchange ave 

GROSSE GUY E, real estate and 
publisher Sonoma Co Land Regis 
ter, 312 B, res McDonald ave 

Grjidotti Francisco, Italian Hotel, Sev- 
enth near Railroad 

Haas John, propr Germania Hotel, 107- 
109 Fourth 

Hah man H G, bookkeeper with C A 
Wright, res Third near Main 

Hall Geo, official court reporter, office 
Court House, res Beaver and Benton 

HALE HENRY A, Santa Rosa 
Laundry, iirst cor B, res same 

Hall J E deputy internal revenue col 
lector, B, Occidental Block, res For 
restville road 



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Heisel Paul, boot and shoemaker, cor 

Fourth and D 
Hendrickson Arthur, real estate and 
loan agent and agent State Invest- 
ment Insurance Co, cor Fourth and 
Hinton ave, les Grand Hotel 
Henley Barclay, (Henley & Oats), res 

Sonoma ave 
Henley & Oates, (Barclay Henley and J 
W Oates), attorneys at law, cor 
Fourth and Mendocino 
Hervey N B, (Colgan & Hervey), res 

Davis 
Hesse F, gunsmith, locksmith and ma- 
chinist, B bet Third and Fourth, 
res Brown 
Hill and Eberhard, (H W Hill and Chas 
Eberhard). druggists and apothe- 
caries, 500 Fourth 
Hill H W, (Hill & Eberhard), res 409 

Fifth 
Hillis J A, real estate agent, Exchange 

ave, next Hall of Records 
Hinckey C H, president Santa Rosa 

Commercial College 
Hirth Fred, Third-st Market, Ridgway 

Block 
Hoag O H, (Barbam & Hoag>, and attor- 
neys at law, 543 Fourth, room 16, res 
cor First and B 
Hocker G A, manager Philip Cowe 

Cash Store, res Beaver 
Hodgson R, merchant tailor, 316 B 
Hofrer C A, teller Savings Bank, res cc 

Benton and Healdsburg ave 
Holzer Ernest, saloon, 405 Fourth 
Hood Fred H, groceries, 446 Fourth, res 

cor Third and A 
Hood Geo, (Geo Hood & Son), res 

Fourth 
Hood Geo & Son, (Geo and John Hood), 
jewelers and watchmakers, 5 
Fourth 
Hood John, (Geo Hood & Son», res 

Fourth 
HOOD T B, postmaster, Fourth 

bet A and B, res SW cor Third and A g£ 

HOTEL D'lTALIA UNITA. *-. 

C L Uardella propr, Sixth by Rail- 
road 
Howe Charles, boots aud shoes, 4t 
Fourth, res Fifth bet A aud B 



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Howell and Allen Bryant), grocer- 
ies, provisions, hay* and grain, 
Athenaeum Building 

Howell Orin, (Howell & Bryant), res 
Sonoma ave 

Hudson H W, (Hudson & Wright), res 
36 Beaver 

Hudson & Wright, (H W Hudson and I 
B Wright), furniture and carpets, 
mattresses, etc, Hinton ave, opp 
Court House 

HUMBOLDT SALOON, John 

R Steiner propr, 504 Fourth 

IBBOTSON JOSEPH J, Ger 

man Granulated Soap and washing 

material, 317 Fourth 
I X L, (Moral Brothers), Ridgway Block 

cor B and Third 
■Jacobs Abraham, merchant tailor, 411 

Fourth, res Fifth 
Jacobs M, merchant tailor, 409 Fourth, 

res Third 
Jones Alfred, (Jones & Co), res Fourth 
Jones & Co, (Alfred and William Jones) 

candy manufactory, 410 Fourth 
Jones Victor, propr Victor Saloon, 525 

Fourth 
Jones William, (Jones & Co), res Fourth 
Jud Christian, saloon, 440 Fourth, res 

310 Fourth 
Kaneen John S, secy Santa Rosa Gas 

Light Co, res Los Angeles 
Kempvanee H, photographer,406 Fourth 
KING G F, propr Royal Grocer, 

537-539 Fourth, res cor Cherry and 

Humboldt 
King Jesse, feed, liverv and sale stable, 

224 Fourth, res 213 Fourth 
Kinslow A L, (Fisher & Kinslow) 
Kirsh Joseph, shaving, hair cutting and 

baths, 110 Main, res Fifthnr Wilson 
Koch August, barber, 603 Fourth, res 



Leary A, (McReynolds & Leary.) res 
Sixth 

Lee Bros & Co, (W H Lee, E E Lee and 
F M Cooper,) express, wood and 
coal storage, and city bill posters, 
cor Third and Wilson 

Lee C E, (Lee Bros), res 103 Third 

Lee W H, (Lee Bros), res 103 Third nr 
Wilson 

Letold J G, stoves, ranges and hard- 
ware, 116 Fourth, res 117 Fifth 

Lewis J H, barber, 419^ Fourth 

LOMONT A A, house, sign an^ 
carriage painting, Mendocino nea r 
Fifth, res cor Ripley and Corillo 

Longmone Wm, county auditor 

LoringWm E, furniture, picture frames, 
etc, 7 Exchange ave, res North Rip- 
ley 

Lowery J J, city marshal, cor Fourth 
and Mendocino, res Fourth 

LUDWIG & KRONCKE, <T 
J Ludwig & P H. Kroncke), Santa 
Rosa Planing Mill and Building Co, 
cor Wilson and Sixth 

LUDWIG T J, (Ludwig & Kroncke) 
real estate and livery 

MAGNOLIA HOTEL, (J F 

Smith proprietor, 232 Fourth 
Mailer J C, (W C Good & Co), res Third 
Martin Mrs F McG, county school 

superintendent, office Court House 
MARTINELLI B, boots and 

shoes, Davis bet Fourth and Fifth 

MATHER JOHN, proprietor 
Santa Rosa Flour Mill, cor Sixth 
and Wilson, res cor Seventh and 
Davis 

Mathews A F, carriage and wagon- 
maker, 106 Mendocino, res 509 Sec- 
ond 

McBreen Bros. (William and GM Mc- 
Breen), grocerR, 619 Fourth 



Tr f J o fth i McBreen G M, (McBreen B 

Kopf & Muller, (William Kopf and John 1 Grand Hotel 



Muller), furniture, 12 Hinton ave 
Kopf William, (Kopf & Muller), res 

Second 
Kroncke P H, (Ludwig & Kroncke) 
Kurlander Joseph, cigar manufacturer, 

515 Fourth 



McBreen Wm, (McBreen Bros), res 

Fourth 
McConnell W E, president Santa Rosa 

Bank, Cherry 
McConochie Robert.City Marble Works, 

Fourth bet D and E 



Labell I, clothing and gents' furnishing McCorkle M K, spring bed maker 

goods, 423 Fourth, res cor Fourth 

and Washington 
Loughery F X, superintendent Santa 

Rosa Woolen Mills , res cor Fifth 

and Washington 
Laughlin A D, (Laughlin & Thompson), 

res Humboldt and College 
Laughlin & Thompson, (A D Laugh- 
lin and W P Thompson),) attorneys 

at law 605 Fourth up stairs. 



Mendocino and Fifth 

Mc Cumiskey James, boots and shoes, 
523 Fourth, res 708 Fourth 

McDONALD M L, president 
Santa Rosa Water Works, office 624 
Fourth, res McDonald ave 

McGEE &BARHAM, [3 HMc 
Gee and John A Barham), attorneys 
at law, 543 Fourth, rooms 1-2 

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McGeorge Robert 
stable, 614 Fifth 

McGowen J E, stationery,candies,cigars 
and news depot, Postoffice Build- 
ing 434 Fourth 

McGregor Frank D, feed and livery 
stable, cor Mendocino and Fifth, 
res Beaver 

McLAIN A F, dentist, Doyle and 
Overton block, rooms 7-8, res SE 
cor Orchard and College ave 

McReynolds T, (McReynolds & Leary) 

McReynolds & Leary, (J McReynolds 
and A Leary), Grape Vine Saloon, 
Mendocino near Fourth 
liddleton Miss Jennie, dressmaker, 
318 Fourth 

Miller John, carriage and wagon fac- 
tory and agricultural implements 

Mohr Henry, boot and shoemaker, 108 
Main 

Moller Henry, saloon, 203 Fourth, res 
Second 

Moore A P, county auditor and re 
corder, cor Exchange ave and Fourth 

Moral N & Bro, (N and S Moral), dry 
goods, clothing, boots and shoes 
carpets, etc, Ridgway Block, cor 
Third and B 

Morey Mary A, (W C Good & Co), res 
College ave 

MORRIS W H, prppr Palace Sa- 
loon, 509 Fourth, res 504 iifth 

MORSHEAD G W, propr Santa 
Rosa Exchange, 7 Fourth, res 214 
Fifth 

MORSHEAD PHILIP, rropr 

Grand Hotel, cor Third and Main, 

opp Court House 
Moxon W H, propr Eagle Hotel, Main 
Mulgrew John F, county clerk, office 

Court House, res College ave 
Muller J, (Kopf & Muller), res Third 
Murdock A J, supt Santa Rosa Gaslight 

Co, res Tupper 
Murray Mrs M A, dressmaker, 5 

Fourth, up stairs 
Muther Frank, cigarmaker, 535 Fourth 
Myers G W, butcher, cor Fifth and 

Mendocino 
Nagle F G. searcher of records, convey 

ancer and notary public, 15 Ex- 
change ave, res 706 Third 
NEW YORK HOTEL, hoard by 

the week $5, by ttie day fl, Cha 

Wolf propr, 32 Fourth 
Neyce J H, searcher of records, 605 

' Fourth, up stiirs 
Noonan Geo P, cashier Savings Bank of 

Santa Rosa, res B near Eighth 
Noonan P H, (Noonan & Towey), res 

College ave 



Noonan & Towey, (P H Noonan and P 

Towey), meat market, 131 Fourth 
Dates J W, (Henley & Oates), res cor 

Tenth and Davis 
OCCIDENTAL BAR, :occiden- 

tal Hotel, W "NY Wait manager, cor 

Fourth and B 

OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, Q A 

Tupper propr.C V Tupper manager, 

cor Fourth and B 
)sborn J W, grocer, 639 Fourth, res 

Orchard 
OVERTON A P, Pres Santa Rosa 

Savings Bank and mayor of the city, 

res Washington near Eighth 
Overton J P, assistant cashier Savings 

Bank of Santa Rosa, res 401 Fifth 

PACIFIC COAST MUTUAL 
ENDOWMENT AND 
PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA 
TION, A P Overton pres, T L 
Riddle secv. 5 Mendocino 

PACIFIC METHODIST, Geo 
B Winton and S M Godbey editors 
and proprs 

PACIFIC METHODIST 

COLLEGE, J s Austin pres, 

College ave E of King 
PALACE SALOON, W H Morris 

proprietor, 509 Fourth 
Paxton John A, president Santa Rosa 

Gas Light Co, res Healdsburg 
PEARCE GEO, district attorney, 

office Court House, res Grand Hotel 
Peavey J C, restaurant, 419 Fourth 
Pedigo E M, propr Pedigo's Perfection 

Washer, n s Fifth bet Mendocino 

and Humboldt 
Peery T E, groceries, 3 Exchange ave, 

res Petaluma Road 
Perigo A T, (A T Perigo & Son), res 

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Perigo), groceries, cigars and tobac- 
co, cor Third and Main 

Perigo O E, (Perigo & Son), res Tupper 

Peschek James, boot and shoemaker, 113 
Fourth 

Petaluma Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 
(Branch), Mrs R L Wood agent, 322 
Third 

Philip Henry, manager Home Mutual 
Insurance Co, office 543 Fourth, 
room 22 

Pieratt V, Santa Rosa Soda Works, re? 
Occidental Hotel 

Pierce G A, teacher Santa Rosa Com- 
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Piedmont Restaurant, Mrs L A ( ' on -'(j\ 
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POSTOFFICE, T B Hood post 
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Block, res foot Second 

RUMBLE RICHARD 

HENRY,Santa Rosa Soap Works, 
NW cor Band Third 



543 Fourth, res cor First and A 
Fressley John G, Judge of Superior 
Court, office Court House, res cor 
First and A 

PRINDLE & SEAVY, (W 

Prindle and S A Seavy), harness 
and saddlery, 518 Fourth 

Prindle William, (Prindle & Seavy), res 
cor Third and D 

Proctor, Reynolds & Co, (E F Woodward 
and W D Reynolds), real estate, 
loan and insurance agents, Hinton 
ave, opp Court House 

Proctor T A, Wells, Fargo & Co's agent 
and manager Western Union Tel- 
egraph, cor Fourth and Hinton ave 

RAGSD ALE J W, manager The 
Sonoma County Abstract Bureau, 
Occidental Block, res The Glenn 

Reed W C, druggist, cor Fourth and 
Mendocino, res 18 Humboldt 

Reynolds W D, (Proctor, Reynolds & 
Co), res 511 College ave 

Richardson A J, proprietor Santa Rosa 
House, 2-4-6 Main 

RIDDLE J L, secretary Pacific 
Coast Mutual Endowment and Pro- 
tective Association, res Taylor Block 
Ripley & Young, (I D Ripley and J F 
Young), contractors and builders, 
i^ 633 Fourth 

J> Roberts C D, (Simpson & Roberts), res 
cor Third and B 
Roberts D H, New Railroad Lunch 

Rooms, 8 Mendocino 
Roberts Lon, saloon, 103 Main, res 313 

Third 
Roher C F, (Roher, Einhorn & Co), res 

Grand Hotel 
Roher, Einhorn & Co, (C F Roher and 
J H Einhorn), dry goods and cloth- 
ing, cor Fourth and B 
'^A Roney J M, wholesale liquor, 507 Fourth 
^ jRoss R, (Baker k Ross), res 110 Fifth 
^ Rousheimer John, saloon, Ridgway 
Block. Third 
ROYAL GROCER, G f King 

proprietor, 537-539 Fourth 
Royal J E harness and saddlery 412 



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cor Fourth and Mendocino, res cor 

Beaver and College ave 
Rutledge Thomas, judge Superior Court, 

office Court House, res Morgan 
Rutledge Thos, (Gale & Rutledge), res 

cor Morgan and Lincoln 
Sacry D S, books and stationerv, grocer- 
ies, candies, cigars and tobaoco, 430 

Third 
SANBORN W B, propr Castle 

Saloon and Livery Stable,637 Fourth 

res 630 Fourth 

SANTA ROSA BANK, cash 

capital paid up S 300,000, reserve 
fund .9113,649, W E McConnell pres, 
John S Taylor vice-pres, L W Burris 
cashier 

Santa Rosa Brewery, J Haltinner propr 
Secoud, foot of Wilson 

Santa Rosa Carriage Shop, John Miller 
propr, 118 Fourth 

Santa Rosa Commercial College, C H 
Hinchey pres, W B Tucker vice- 
pres, G A Pierce teacher, Athenaeum 
Building 

SANTA ROSA DAILY DAY 
BOOK, D Sheward and Son edi- 
tors and proprs, 525 % Fourth, up 
stairs 

SANTA ROSA DAILY 
DEMOCRAT, T L Thompson 
publisher, 1 Exchange ave 

WEEKLY REPUB- 
LICAN, R D Cannon publisher 
and proprietor, 418 Fourth 
Santa Rosa Electric Light Co. A Arm- 
strong manager, 111 Fifth 

SANTA ROSA EXCHANGE 
SALOON, G W Morshead propr, 
7 Fourth 

SANTA ROSA ELOUR 

Islllulj, John Mather propr, cor 
Sixth and Wilson 

Santa Rosa Free Public Librarv, M Mc- 
Donald pres and Prof McMeans 
secy, City Hall 

Santa Rosa Gas Light Co, John A Pax- 
ton pres, John S Kaneen secy, A J 
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Seegelken E A. groceries, wines and ■. 
liquors, Fourth and "Wilson i>-U 

Shearer M M, physician and surgeon, I f*J 
3HB X 

Sheward D, (D Sheward and Son), res [^J 
512 College ave fy- 

SHEWARD D & SON,(D &RL^ 
Sheward), editor and propr Daily f^ 
Day Book, 525 % Fourth, up stairs 

Sheward R L, (D Sheward & Son), 512 
College ave 

Silver Joseph, shaving and hair dress- 
ing, 419 23 Fourth 



Santa' Rosa Granite and Marble Works 
Fisher aud Kinslow proprs, cor 
Fourth and Davis 

Santa Rosa House, A J Richardson pro- 
prietor, 2-4-G Slain 

SANTA ROSA LADIES' 
COLLEGE, W A Finley presi- 
dent, -Mrs S E L Finley lady pnn- 
pal, McD nald ave 

SANTA ROSA NATIONAL 
BANK, k W Davis president, J H 
Brush vice-president, Lewis M 
Alexander cashier, cor -Fourth and B 

SAT A ROSA PIONEER SIMPSON & ROBERTS, <w 



LAUNDRY, (White), work 
first clasd, orders attended to with 
dispatch, offices at all principal 
hotels, Heury A Hall proprietor, 
First cor B _JL_ 

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B Simpson and C D Roberts), con 
tractors and builders, estimates 
made on brick and wooden build- 
ings, cor Third and B 
Simpson W B, (Simpson and Roberts*, 
res 7 Slater 



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CO, Ludwig * Kroncke proprietor,, and sign painter, Fifth near Men- l - u 
cor Wilson and Sixth docino, res 517 College ave 

Santa Rosa Republican Book Bindery, K SMITH J F, Magnolia Hotel, 232!"- 
D Cannon proprietor, 418 Fourth i fourth , 

SANTA ROSA SEMINARY,j Sm ith R P, physician and surgeon, 330 —I 
Misses Chase principals, cor Col-| Fourth I 

lege ave and Beaver 'Smith "W R, blacksmith and wagon- ^ 

SANTA ROSA SOAP maker, 101 Main, res cor Second andS 
WORKS, R H Rumble propr, E 

NW cor Band Third Ismith W W, propr Occidental Barber ^- 

Santa Rosa Soda "Works, V Pieratt propr, | Shop and Baths, Occidental Hotel *y* 

Smyth Edwin H, paints oils, wall UJ 



320 Third, res Occidental Hotel 



SANTA ROSA WATER 

WORKS, M L McDonald presi- 
dent, > B Rue secretary, 624 Fourth 
Santa Rosa Winery, I De Turk propr, 

West Santa Rosa 
Santa Rosa Woolen Mills, Geo Wbittell 
president, I M Walker secretary and 
treasurer, Sixth west of Railroad 
Savage C W, dentist, 609 Fourth, opp 

Courthouse 
Savage G N. auctioneer, 518 H Fourth 
SAVINGS BANK OF SAN- 
TA ROSA, A P Overton pres, 
M Doyle, vice-pres, Geo P. Noonan 
cashier; C A Hoffer teller, J P Over- 
ton asst cashier, Exchange ave 
opp Court House 
SAWYER J F, watchmaker and 
jeweler 51T Fourth, res cor A and 
Fifth 
Schlichtlng Edward, baker, Ridgway 

Block 
Schmidli J, blacksmith and horseshoer 

106 Mendocino 
Scoggau Juo, Sonoma Co Soda Works 

Second bet Davis and Wilson 
Seavy Seth Albert, (Prindle & Seavy) 

res Dutton ave 
Seawell W N, justice of peace, cor 
Fourth and Mendocino 



paper, glass and artists' materials,] -^ 

9 Exchange ave. res Morgan |LJ 

SONOMA COUNTY AB- I 

STRACT BUREAU, (The >. r? 

J W Ragsdale manager, Occidental ^ 
Block i rf\ 

SONOMA COUNTY LAND * K 
REGISTER, Guy E Grosse pub- 
lisher, 312 B 

Sonoma Coun ty Pomona Grange Exhibit, 
AthenaeumBuilding 

Sonoma County Soda Works, Jno Scog- 
gan propr, Second bet Davis and 
Wilson 

SONOMA DEMOCRAT 
THE, (weekly). Sonoma Democrat 
Publishing Co, 1 Exchange ave 

SPENCER & ARMSTRONG, 

(B M Spencer and S Armstrong). 

groceries, crockery and glassware, 

231-233 Fourth 
Spencer B M, (Spencer & Armstrong), 

res McDonald ave 
Sponogle J D, physician and surgeon, 

office and res B 
Stabl Christian, general merchandise, 

cor Fourth and Wilson 
8tar Feed Mill, Doggett & Goodfellow 

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STEINER JNO R, Humboldt 

Saloon, 504 Fourth, res cor King and 

Benton 
Stelzer Jno J, watchmaker and jeweler 

512 Fourth, res Wilson bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
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STUART A B, physician and sur- 
geon, office 519 Fourth, up stairs 
res 608 College 

STUART ANABEL McG, 

physician and surgeon, 519 Fourth, 
up stairs 

Swank J W, saloon, Fourth bet A and 
Washington, res cor Fifth and Davis 

Swenson N, tannery, foot of Second 

TAYLOR & DUNBAR, (J H 
-Laylor and J Dunbar), dry goods 
and notions, 607 Fourth 

Taylor J H, (Taylor & Dunbar), res 
Orchard 

Taylor Jno S, vice-pres Santa Rosa 
Bank, res White Sulphur Springs 

Thompson Mrs Alice, millinery, 510 
Fourth 

THOMPSON TL, pub Santa Rosa 
Daily Democrat, res McDonald ave 

Thompson W P,(Laughlin & Thompson), 
res cor Johnson and Orchard 

THOMPSON THOMAS, con 
tractor and builder, cor Fifth and 
Mendocino, res 48 Mendocino 

Thorsen Bros, (J TThorsem, groceries 
r.nd crockery, 444 Fourth 

Thorsen J F, (Thorsen Bros), res Col- 
lege ave 

TITUS I S & CO, (I S Titus), drug- 
gists and apothecaries, 11 Exchange 



Underhill William H, livery stable, 13- 

15 Main 
U S Bonded Warehouse, Chester Bethel 

store keeper r Fourth near R R depot 
Pan Doran W H, prop Electric Light 

Works, Tomsen & Huston system 

cor Second and B, res NW cor Ben- 
ton and Beaver 
Walker J M, secretary and treasurer 

Santa Rosa Woolen Mills, res cor 

Second and Davis 
Warboys J W, druggist, 511 Fourth, res 

cor Fourth and E 
Ware A B, attorney at law, 543 Fourth, 

room 23 
Weeks S S, groceries, 408 Fourth, res 2 

Beaver 
Welch Mrs M T, milliner, 515 Fourth 
Weller Silas, blacksmith, 609 Fifth 
Wells, Fargo & Co, T A Proctor agent, 

cor Fourth and Hinton ave 
Western Union Telegraph, T A Proctor 

manager, cor Fourth and Hinton 



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121 Fourth 
Toole Miss M E, dressmaker, 310 B 
Toscana Hotel, Fracisco Guidotti propr 

Seventh near Railroad 
Towey P, (Noonan & Towey), res Wash 

ington bet Fifth and Sixth 
Treivig L G. merchant tailor, '512 

Fourth, res 309 Fourth 
Treivig Mrs Susie K, millinery, 5183*5 

Fourth, res 309 Third 
Trembley & Marcill, (A Trembley and N 

Marcill), carriage and wagon makers 

and blacksmithing, Third opp 

Grand Hotel 
TRIPP & BARNETT, (H L 

Iripp and J UBarnett), gents' furn- 
ishing goods, 519 Fourth 
Tripp H L, (Tripp & Barnett), res Fifth 
TUPPER C V, manager Occidental 

Hotel, cor Fourth and B 
Tupper G A,propr Occidental Hotel 
Tupper Geo A, county treasurer, office 

Court House 



Wheeler G W, (Allen & Wheeler), res 
108 Humboldt 

Wheelock C R, insurance agent, Occi- 
dental Block, res Taylor Building 

Williams Edwin A, clerk, 434 Fourth 

Williams F R, attorney at law, cor Men- 
docino and Fourth, res Mendocino 
and Ninth 

Wilson B T, constable, cor Fourth and 
Mendocino, res Fifth 

WILSON J S, fruits !md confec- 
tionery, cor Mendocino and Fourth 

Winants N, employment office and col- 
lector, 312 B, res Humboldt and 
Johnson 

Winton Geo B, editor and propr Pacific 
Methodist 

Wittenstein Fred C, New York Bakery 
130 Fourth 

WOLF CHAS, proprietor New 
York Hotel, 132 Fourth cor Davis 

Wood Ben S, notary public, cor Fourth 
and Mendocino 

Wood Mrs R L, agent Petaluma Dyeing 
Works, 322 Third 

Woodward E F, (Proctor, Reynolds & 
Co), res 512 College ave 

Wright C A, books, stationery, news 
agent and periodicals and school 
furniture, 533 Fourth 

YANDLE F J, foundry and ma- 
chine works, manufacturer of banjo 
windmills, Third near Railroad, 
res Third 

Yates Enoc, propr Model Saloon, 541 
Fourth, res 3'il Humboldt 

YOUNG B S, physician and sur- 
geon, 605 Fourth, res 706 Fourth near 
Athenaeum Building, up stairs 



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ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



Aden Brothers, (R J R, Juo R and M 

Aden), wood and coal, brick and 

cement, 138 Georgia 
Anderson, physician. 176 Georgia 
Astlev Antone, saloon, Georgia 
ASTOR HOUSE, J H Dearin 

proprietor, cor Virginia and Santa 

Clara 
3aker Frank, furniture and picture 

frames, 191 Georgia 
Jarnes G G, planing mill, South Val- 
lejo . 
BARR R B, real estate and agent 

Wells Fargo ft Co, office 138 Georgia, 

res cor Capital and Eldorado 
Bay View House, Patrick Fitzgerald 

proprietor, cor Fifth and Rye, 

North Vallejo 
Benas B. dry goods and clothing, 134 

Georgia, res cor York and Sacra 

mento 
Berg August, watchmaker and jeweler, 

183 Georgia 
Bergnall G A, wines and liquors, cor 

Virginia and Santa Clara, res Santa 

Clara 
Bersford Jas, boot aod shoemaker, 

Georgia 
Blank Mrs A, confectioner, 170 Georgia 
Bliven & Co, (H Bliven), groceries and 

produce, 113 Georgia 
Bliven H, (Bliven & Co), res 113 Georgia 
BOSTON HOUSE, Jeremiah 

Lyons proprietor, 6o Georgia 



Branan John, wines and liquors, cor 
Marin and Carolina 

Brooks Thos, horseshoer, Marin, res 
Florida 

Brown Mrs J, hairdresser and hair jew- 
eler, Santa Clara 

Brown D T, bakery, 237 Virginia 

Brown J A, confectioner and candy 
manufacturer, 162 Georgia, res It 8 
York 

Brown Samuel, meat market. 232 Vir- 
ginia, res Capital 

Brown Samuel, butcher, 114 Georgia, 
res Capital 

Brown Thomas, Gem Saloon, cor Santa 
Clara and Virginia 

Brownlie James, groceries, wines ami 
liquors, 105 Georgia, res York 



Brownlie John, hardware, stoves, tin 

ware and agricultural implements 

cor Georgia and Marin, resA'ork 

Brownlie John, livery stable, Virginia 

Bruce R, grocer, cor Georgia and Sono 

ma 
Callender John, livery stable, Virginia 
CAPITAL. SALOON, Patrick 

Dineen propr. South Vallejo 
Corey Thos. propr Wigwam Oyster 

House, 158 Georgia 
CENTRAL HOTEL, Thos Hal 
loran propr, cor Virginia and Sacra- 
mento 
Clark E, watchmaker and engraver, 

Georgia 
Clark Mrs S P, barber, 131 Georgia 
Cohen S J, boots and shoes, Sacramento 
Coleman R D, Coleman's Saloon, Sacra- 
mento cor Virginia, res Georgia 
Collings Mrs R. proprs Linden House, 

182 Georgia 
Connolly Henry, livery stable, under- 
taker and saloon, Georgia cor Santa 
Clara 
Connolly John H, notary public, office 

Santa Clara 
Dannenbaum S, dry goods, clothing and 

carpets, 1G5-167 Georgia 
Davis E S, (Davis & Ford), and auction- 
eer 
Davis ft Ford, (E S Davis and H J Ford), 

second-hand store, Marin 
Davis J C, barber, 112 Georgia, res 252 

Capital 
Dawson John, merchant tailor, Santa 

Clara 
Dearien W H, contractor and builder, 

Marin, res Capital 
DEARIN J H, propr Astor House. 

cor Virginia and Santa Clara 
Deininger F, propr Philadelphia Brew- 
ery, South Vallejo 
Demmon G C, justice of the peace, 250 
Sacramento, res Carolina bet Sutter 
and Napa 
Denamv John, dry goods and gents' fur 

Dishing goods, 141 Georgia 
Denis F M, horseshoer. Virginia 
Derwin & McCudden, (M S Derwin and 
James McCvuiden), groceries a 
liquors. 75 Georgia 



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depot, South Vallejo 
Doan J S, Oyster and Chop House, 190 

Georgia 
Doane Mrs E, dry goods and millinery, 

181 Georgia 
Dudley Wilberforce, art material and 

wall paper, Sacramento 



ginia 
Edgcumbe J C, (Winchell & Edgcumbe) 

EGERY B D. - 



res South Vallejo 
E G E R Y & LAMONT, (B D 

Egery and J A Lamont), groceries 
t^ wines and liquors, South Vallejo 

ENGLISH JOS R, cashier Val 

lejo Savings aud Commercial Bank 

notary public and insurance agent 

NW cor Georgia and Sacramento 

res Georgia street hill 
Farragut Hall, 132 Georgia 
Faust John, City Bakery, Santa Clara 

near Virginia 
Fitzgerald Patrick, propr Bay View 

House, Fifth and Rye 
Flanagan Patrick, saloon, South Vallejo 
Ford H J, (Davis & Ford), res Marin 
Francisco D, saloon, Virginia cor 

Brancifort 
Frey John, watchmaker, jeweler and 

stationer, 184 Georgia 

^ FRISBIE HOUSE, a first class 
•"^ house, charges reasonable, J Q 
Lazelle, South Vallejo 

Gaffney B, saloon, 67 Georgia 

Gannon Thomas, Union Hotel Lodgings, 
79 Georgia 

Geary James, wines and liquors, 158 
Georgia 

German Hotel, F Michaels propr, Vir- 
ginia 

Gohem R, clothing, dry goods and fancy 
goods, 126 Georgia 

Gorham George (Settle and Gorham) 

GAR Farragut Post, Good Templar 
Hall, Sacramento 

HABERECHT WM, barber, cor 
Georgia and Sacramento, res Vir- 
ginia 
LU Hall F W, (Hilborn & Hall), 170 Georgia 
fym Hall Fred W, attorney at law, 170 Geor- 
«-»- gia 

Hall Thomas boot and shoemaker, 115 

Georgia 
Hallin C T B, billiard parlor, Odd Fel- 
lows' Building cor Maine and Geor- 
Ogia, res cor Georgia and Sacramento 
Halsey IS, dentist, Bernard Block 



Hamel J, auctioneer and commission 

merchant and dealer In furniture. 

129 Georgia 
Harrier D W, (D W Harrier and Son), res 

397 Ohio 
Harrier D W & Son, (D W Harrier and 

V V Harrier), groceries, wines, and 

liquors, 130 Georgia 
Harrier L G, (Pennycook & Harrier), 397 

Ohio 
Harrier V V, (D W Harrier and Son), res 

397 Ohio 
Harrington R J, proprietor Howard 

House, 116-118 Georgia 



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Egery & Lamont), Heffner Mrs F, Music Hall, Georgia 

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Henderson O L, carriage and wagon 
manufacturer, Marin bet Georgia 
and Virginia, res Carolina 

Hilborn & Hall, (S G Hilborn and F W 
Hall), attorneys at law and notaries 
170 Georgia 

HILBORN S J, president Vallejo 
Land and Improvement Co, res 317 
Geary, San Francisco 

Hill Capt, confectionery, cigars and 
tobacco, 164 Georgia 

Hirschfeld C, varieties, 120 Georgia, res 
York 

Hoghan Thos, saloon, cor Georgia and 
Sacramento 

HOLLAR AN THOS, proprietor 
Central Hotel, cor Virginia and Sac- 
cramento 

Holtog J J, wood and coal, Railroad 
crossing, North Vallejo 

Horn F J, wharfinger, foot of Georgia 

Howard House, R J Harrington pro- 
prietor, 116-118 Georgia 

Hubbs C H, attorney at law, real estate 
and insurance agent, Bernard Block, 
res Pennsylvania 

Hubner William, shaving and hair 
dressing, Georgia, res Main 

Huddleston H & Co, Tea and Coffee 
House, James Power manager, 175 
Georgia 

HUGHES J OHN,»arber,cor Geor- 
gia and Sacramento, res Florida 

Ivers Robt, saloon, Brick Yard 

JOHNSON H A, hoots and shoes, 
cor Georgia and Sacramento 

KELLY M L. groceries, wines and 
liquors, 122 Georgia, res York 

Kelly Patrick, saloon, South Vallejo 

Kelly W S, variety store, 235 Georgia 

Kennedy John E, dry goods and cloth- 
ing, 223 Virginia 

Kennedy Michael, saloon, Santa Clara 
near Georgia 

Kennedy P J, boots and shoes, 161 
Georgia, res Georgia 

Kern John, boot and shoemaker, Sacra- 
mento 



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KRECH HENRY, barber, ICO 

Georgia, res York 
Krepper Philip, gun and locksmith, 139 

Georgia 
Lamb Mrs, dressmaker, Sacramento 
LAMONT J A, (Egery & Lamont), 

South Vallejo 
LAZELLE J Q, Frisbie House. 

South Vallejo 
Le Faivre Miss Mamia, operator West 
ern Union Telegraph Co, res Sutter 
Levden Peter, junk, 187 Caroline 
Linden House, Mrs R Collins proprs, 182 

Georgia 
LYNCH P B, groceries, wines and 
liquors, SW cor Georgia and Santa 
Clara, res same 
Lynch P C, grocer, 239-241 Virginia, res 

Carolina 
LYONS JEREMIAH, Boston 

House, 65 Georgia near landing 
Manuel Geo, saloon, Georgia 
Mason John, propr Pioneer Brewery, 
cor Marin and Carolina, res Ken- 
tucky 
Massey & Edgar, (J H Massey and C J 

Edgar), saloon, 164 Georgia 
Massey J H, (Massey & Edgar), res Geor- 
gia 
McAuliffe Jno C, Meohanics' Hotel, Vir- 
ginia 
McCudden James, (Derwin & McCud- 

den), res 75 Georgia 
McCudden James, wood and coal and 

Georgia street wharfinger 
McDerinoff Robert, wines and liquors 

cor Georgia aud Marin 
McElroy P, Vallejo News Depot, 140 

Georgia 
McEnery Miss K, milliner and dress 

maker, 168 Georgia 
McGill J E, butcher, Georgia 
McGill T F, butcher, Sacramento 
McGill Wm, livery stable, Georgia 
McPike A J, (D Rutherford & Co), res 

Napa road 
McQuillan John, saloon, cor Virginia 

and Brancifort 
McSorley C, tailor, 159 Georgia, res 

Ohio 
Mechanics' Hotel, John C McAuliffe 

propr, Virginia 
Megarry Wm, grocer, cor Georgia and 
Sacramento, res Pennsylvania and 
Marin 
Michaels F, German Hotel, Virginia 
Mlnihan John, saloon, cor Marin and 

Virginia 
MOULTON P, propr Naval Drug 

Store, 173 Georgia, res same 
Mudgett E S, attorney at law, Pennsyl 
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Georgia 

MtJRPH Y & RYAN, (J T Mur-j ^7 

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Murray Mrs A, groceries and liquors, — ^ 

Virginia cor Brancifort vJ 

NAVAL DRUG STORE, P (~s 

Moulton propr, 173 Georgia \»** 

Xewcomb C A, cigars and tobacco, 190 ^ 

Georgia 
Newcomb L S, propr Wilson House, co; 

Sacramento and Georgia 
Niepholson John, saloon, Georgia near 

the wharf 
Noonan John, saloon, Railroad crossing, 

North Vallejo 
Paasaluqua B, fruits, etc, '9 Georgia 
PAPADOPULO A D, saloon, 

Georgia 

PEDRONI ABBONDIO, bak 

ery, Santa Clara 
Pelharu Alexander, boots and shoes, 

Marin, res Kentuckyand Santa Clara 
PENDLETON B P, Pendleton 

Dental Rooms, 136 Georgia 
PENDLETON DENTAL^ 

ROOMS, B F Pendleton dentist, 

136 Georgia, res same 

PENNYCOOK & HARRIER, 

editors and proprs of the Vallejo 
Chronicle, SE cor Georgia and Santa' Pi 
Clara I < 

Pennycook W D, (Pennvcook & Harrier , < 
res 383 Ohio 

Philadelphia Brewery, F Deiningerj — 
propr, South Vallejo |<, 

Pioneer Brewery, John Mason propr, y-^, 
cor Marin and Carolina w 

Port Costa Lumber Co, lumber, A S 
Carman manager, South Vallejo 

POSTOFFICE, Geo Roe, P ML Sac- 
ramento 

Potter Jno, restaurant, 123 Georgia 

Reddan Jno, saloon, 125 Georgia, res 
Virginia 

Reinquin fc McCullough, (E L Reinquin 

and Oscar McCullough), saloon, 190 rpi 
Georgia ■ L_ 

Rhorer J N, station agent, South Vallejo, JJ 
and agent Wells, Fargo & Co, 9 ^ 
Vallejo R* 

Richart G B, saddlery and harness, 17_' 

Georgia, res Sacramento Cf) 

Riley C W. justice of peace, res Vallejo 

ROE GEORGE, editor and propr ~J 
Solano Daily and Weekly Times JJ 
and postmaster, 177 Georgia, res rpi 
cor Capital and Sutter ' 

Roach John.boot and ahoemaker.Georgia P I 

Roperto G, (Sessarego & Roperto), 119 «J 
Georgia |. 



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Ross Mrs M, proprs South 
House, South Vallejo 

Rothenbusch Peter, (Widenmann & 
Rothbuscb), res cor York and So- 
noma 

Rowland H, station agent, North Vallejo 

Rutherford D,(D Rutherford & Co), res 
Capital 

Rutherford D & Co, (A J McPike and D 
Rutherford), hardware, stoves and 
tinware and plumbers, 180 Georgia 

Ryan P F, (Ryan & Murphy),res Georgia 

Schneider J, dentist. 182 Georgia 

Schwalbe Jos, cigars, tobacco and vari- 
eties, 109 Georgia, res 111 Georgia 

Schwalbe Paul, clothing and furnish- 
ng goods, 103 Georgia 

Scott & Ford, (A Scott, Jrand J H Ford), 
groceries and liauors, 169 Georgia 

Sessarego G, (Sessarego & Roperto), res 
119 Georgia 

Sessarego & Roperto. (G Sessarego and 
G Roperto), fruits, etc, 119 Georgia 

Settle & Gorham, (T B Settle and George 
Gorham), saloon, cor Georgia and 
Marin 

SILVEIRA ANTONIO M, 
La Grande Restaurant, meals at all 
hours to order, single meals 25 cts 
best in town, Georgia cor Santa 
Clara, res same 

Sitriano Carlo, fruits, etc, 69 Georgia 
res Alabama 

Smith Chas F, barber, 192 Georgia, res 
220 York 

Smith Chas F, tailor, Santa Clara 

Smith G T, saloon, cor Branciford and 
Capital 

Smith James, bakery, 77 Georgia 

SMITH J G, photographer, 164 
Georgia, res 112 York 

SNUG SALOON, Murphy & 
Ryan proprs, Georgia near the land- 

iOLANO BREWERY, Widen- 
mann and Peter Rothenbusch pro- 
prietors, Marin 

SOLANO DAILY TIMES, 

oeorge Roe editor and propr, 177 
Georgia 
SOLANO WEEKLY TIMES, 

George Roe editor and propr, 177 

Georgia 
South Villejo House, Mrs M Ross pro- 
prietress, South Vallejo 
Southern Pacific Steam Boat Landing, 

foot of Georgia 
Steffen Jacob, butcher, Georgia and 

Main 
Stewart Robert, upholsterer, Marin 
Supple Edward, dry goods, clothing, 

boots and shoes, 104 Georgia, res 

Howard House 



Vallejo STOCKFORD A D, house, sign 
and decorative painter, Marin, res 
Main 

Streichan William, boots and shoes, 128 
Georgia 

Thorpe R L, grocer, cor Marin and 
Virginia 

Tierney Daniel, propr Vallejo Soda 
Works, cor Marin and Carolina 

Tierney Richard, saloon, 110 Georgia 

Tobin J F, batcher 

Topley James, druggist, 163 Georgia 

TRAHY WM, wines and liquor.? 
South Vallejo 

Tregaskis Mrs E J, milliner, 178 Georgia 

TRIPP W H, art teacher, Benard 
B.ock, room 32, res Sutter 

Tucker J T, oyster and chop house, Odd 
Fellows' Hall, cor Georgia and 
Marin, res cor Sonoma and Georgia 

Twilegar A J, watchmaker and jeweler 
fruits, confectioner, etc, Georgia 

VALLEJO CHRONICLE 
THE, (daily and weekly), W D 
Pennycook and L G Harrier editors 
and proprs and job printers, SE cor 
Georgia and Santa Clara 

VALLEJO CITY WATER 
CO, E J Wilson general manager, 
G W Wilson secy, NW cor Georgia 
and Sacramento 

Vallejo Express, F W Gorham agent, 
172 Georgia 

Vallejo Free Public Library, Fred Hall 
pres, Geo Dammon secy, Benar^ 
Block, room 22 

VALLEJO GAS LIGHT 
COMPANY, E J Wilson pres 
NW cor Georgia and Sacramento 

VALLEJO LAND & IM- 
PROVEMENT COM 
PANY, S G Helborn pres, E J 
Wilson secy, NW cor Georgia and 
Sacramento 
VALLEJO SAVINGS AND 
COMMERCIAL BANK, 
E J Wilson president, Jos R Eng 
lish cashier, NW cor Georgia and 
Sacramento 
Vallejo Soda Works, Daniel Tierney 

propr, cor Marin and Carolina 
Widenmann Chas, (Widenmann & Roth 
enbusch), res Virginia 

WIDENMANN & ROTH- 
ENBUSCH, (Chas Widenmann 
and Peter Rothenbusch), proprs So- 
lano Brewery, Marin 

WALKER WM, lumber and 
coal, foot of Main 

Walsh Peter, merchant tailor, Sacra- 
mento, res Florida 

Walsh Thos F, saloon, 133 Georgia 
| Ward James, saloon, 155 Georgia 



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M Le Faivre operator, Sacramento 

White A, news depot, Sacramento 

Whittaker J R, druggist and apothe- 
cary, Sacramento, rts cor Capital 
and Napa 

Williamson John, (John Williamson & 
Son), res North Vallejo, near rail- 
road crossing 

Williamson & Son, (John Williamson), 
railroad crossing, North and Vallejo 

Wells, Fargo & Co, R B Barr agent, 138 
Georgia 

"WILSON E J, president Vallejo 
Savings and Commercial Bank, gen- 
eral manager Vallejo City Water Co, 
president Vallejo City Gaslight Co, 
res 222 Georgia 



WILSON G W, secy Vallejo City 

Water Co, res 222 Giorgia 
Wilson Henry, constable. 256 Sacra. 

mento 
Wilson Henry, saloon, cor Georgia and 

Sacramento 

WILSON HOUSE, L S Newcomb 
piopr, cor Sacramento and Georgia 

Wilzinski A, dry goods and clothing, 
136 Georgia, res 140 York 

Winchell & Edgcumbe, (M. G. Winchel 1 
and J C. Edgcumbe), hardware, 
stoves and tinware, Sacramento 
opp Postoffice 

Winchell MG, (Winchell & Edgcumbe), 
Sacramento 



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Importer of Pure Drugs and Medicines, 

Dr. Thos. HaJl's Cough Mixtures; De Boise Horse 
Liniment and California Constitution Powders; Dr. 
Gunn's Bitters; Thomsonian Medicines; Lobelia Com- 
position and No. 6; Dr. Parker's Salvation Powders for 
Permanent Cure of Drunkenness. Actina Battery for 
the Cure of Catarrh and all Head, Throat and Lung 
Diseases; Jones Excelsior Truss for the Relief and 
Cure of Hernia; Sage Brush Hair Tonic for the Cure of 
Baldness. 

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PETALUMA, ST. HELENA, SANTA ROSA, 

SONOMA AND VALLEJO 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 
1887. 

CLASSIFIED. 



Agricultural Implements. 


BROWN J B 


Cahstoga 


Swarz H 


Napa City 


Bauer & Co 


Petaluina 


KETTLEWELL J R & SON, 


St Helena 


Taylor Bros 




Baker & Ross 


Santa Rosa 


Baiter & Green 




GOOD C W & CO 


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Miller John 




Brownlie John 


Vallejo 



Art Academies. 



TRIPP W H 



Vallejo 



Artists' Materials. 

LOGAN J I fct Helena 

Doubleday Bros Santa Rosa 

Ellsworth & Son Petaluma 

Smythe Edwin H Santa Rosa 

Dudley Wilberforce Vallejo 



Attorneys at law. 



WILEY D J 
Abraham Isidore 
COCHRAN A E 
Norton L A 
Rose J W 
Swan W G 
COGHLAN O R 
Hani E D 
HULL A J 

PINNEY & GESFORD 
SPENCER & HENNING 
Fowler G W 
Dougherty S K 
HASKFXL W B 
Lippitt E S 
MEYER F A 
RODGERS & MUNDAY 
WhallonM 
Livernash E J 
Watt Thomas 



Calistoga 

Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 



BARHAM ADBREY 
BROWN JOHN 
Gale & Rut ledge 
Goss John 
Henley & Oaten 
HOAG O H 

Laughlin & Thompson 
McGEE & BARHAM 
PEARCE GEO 
RUSSELL W F 
Ware A B 
Williams F R 
Hall Fred W 
Hilborn & Hall 
HUBBS C H 
Mudget E S 



Santa Rosa 



Auctioneers. 



Cooper S E 
Savage G N 
Davis E S 
Hamel John 



Vallejo 



Petaluma 

Santa Rosa 

Vallejo 



Bakeries. 



Grouss Joseph 

Leitch & Frain 

ROSENTHAL JULIUS 

Stark Mrs A 

BEGELSPACHER MAX 
* v Mason James 
3 MORIN JOSEPH 

Nichelin J S 

Doehring Chas 

Jacob Chas E 

McFarland Mrs M 

Heyer Henry 
JMuschi L 
'Demetz Mrs A 

Peavey J C 

Sohlichting Edward 

Wittenstein Fred 

Barbarin <i 

Wagner Otto 



Petaluma 



St Helena 



Calistoga 
Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 

Napa City 



Petaluma 

St Helena 
Santa Rosa 

Sonoma 



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Brow D T 
Faust Jno 

PEDRONI ABBONDIO 
Smith James 

Banks and Bankers. 

Cloverdale Banking and Commercial 

Co Cloverdale 

BANK OF HEALDSBDRG Healdsburg 

FARMERS* AND MECHANICS' BANK 

OF HEALDSBURG Healdsburg 

Napa City 



Baths. 

HATTON E 
Payne Dennis 

Billiard and Pool Parlors. 



Napa City 



BANK OF NAPA 
Seeley & Bickford 
BANK r SONOMA COUNTY Petaluma 
First National Bank " 

HILL WM & SON «« 

Petaluma S.ivings Bank " 

CARVER D B St Helena 

SMITH W AC 

The Bank of St Helena " 

SANTA ROSA BANK Santa Rosa 

SANTA ROSA NATIONAL BANK •' 
SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA ROSA " 
VALLEJO SAVINGS AND COMMER- 
CIAL BANK Vallejo 

Barbers. 

Ebeling Wm Calistoga 

NICHOLAS J E 

Steinbach Fred Healdsburg 

Waterman & Berdrom " 



CARTER DAN P 



Santa Rosa 



Fine J J 

Hammer John H 
HATTON E 
Hatton Joseph, Jr 
Heegler G 
Krass William 
Payne Dennis 
Rausch John 
Balzari & K lain 
Drescher Geo 
Mego & Adams 
Oster Henry 
Whitebread Cbas 
Steinacher H 
Stoppler Harry 
Veasy William 
Basel Joseph 
Goodwin Chas B 
Kirsch Joseph 
Koch August 
Lewis J H 
Silver Joseph 
Smith W W 
Brown W 
La Porte G M 
Clarke Mrs S P 
Davis J C 
HABERECHT WM 
Hubner William 
HUGHES JOHN 
KRECH HENRY 
Smith Chas F 



Napa City 



Petaluma 



St Helena 



Sonoma 
Valiejo 



BilliPosters. 

Brush & Vinal Petaluma 

Lee Bros Santa Rosa 

Blacksmiths. 

Brown & Easley 

Navone A L 

Xorthup C W 

CAMEUON GORDON 

McRossie J 

Myers T 1 

Pratt Arthur 

York Chas W 

Bergeman A 

Garwood & Brownigg 

Home Nelson 

Hunter William 

Marriott W t 

Moody T M 

WRIGHT G A 

Corbet J H 

McNally John W 

PUTNAN D W & CO 

SPOTSWOOD R & SON 

ZARTMAN W & CO 

Canghey W J 

Gelinsky Bros 

Kreuzberger J 

McLennan D R 

Outwaters N T 

Simmons Richard 

VARROZZA PETER 

Baker & Ross 

COLGAN & HERVEY 

Miller John *« 

Schmidli J " 

Smith W R 

Trembley & Marcill 

Weller Silas 

Fochetti Julius Sonoma 

Martin Mrs James 

McHarvey & Hope " 

Henderson O L Vallejo 

Boarding Houses. 

Revere House Petaluma 

Dennis H L St Helena 

Book Binderies. 

Cowen Joseph Petaluma 

Santa Rosa Republican Santa Rosa 

Books and Stationery. 

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MARKELL R S 


Cloverdale Palmer Wm J 


Petaluma 


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Walsh A C 


" |Pometta B 




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PRINCE J B 


Healdsburg FERRARI R 


St Helena 


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Haas David L 


Napa City GIBBS W S 




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Smith Geo T 


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GOODMAN A & CO 


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Sweet J J 


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KETTLEWELL J R & SON 


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Atwater F H 


Petaluma 


Nellis S 


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Cowen Philip 


" 


Creagh M 


Santa Rosa 


Jewell J E 


" 


Healy W E 


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BlyLA 


St Helena MARTINELLT B 


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Johnson Bros 


" 


McCumiskev James 


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Patrick L B 


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Moral N & Brother 


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Cowen Philip 


Santa Rosa 


Peschek James 


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McGowen J E 


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TONINI A 


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Wright C A 


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Bersford J 


Vallejo 


Frey John 


Vallejo Cohen S J 


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Hirschfeld C 


" JOHNSON H A 


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Kpnnedv P J 


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Boot and Shoemakers. Ipelham Alexander 


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IRONS J C 


Callstoga Schwalbe Paul 


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Koester A C 


Cloverdale ; Streichan William 


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Schwab Bros 


Healdsburg 






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Mahes A 


Napa City 


Breweries. 






O'Connell M 


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MULLER CARL 


Healdsburg 


Peterson Jno 


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Petaluma Brewery 


Petaluma 


Enylehaidd John 


Petaluma 


Santa Rosa Brewery 


Santa Rosa 


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HOPKINS J F . 


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Philadelphia Brewery 


Vallejo 


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Pometta B 


M 


Pioneer Brewery 


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Sunders Frank 


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SOLANO BREWERY 


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C/3 


Woods Wm 


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Boracco L 


St Helena 


Brick and Cement. 


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Brum Frank 
Hoffman F 


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Aden Bros 


Vallejo 


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SCHRIFFLING CHARLES 


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Brokers- G eneral . 


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Bianchini G 


Santa Rosa 


GROSSE GUY E 


Santa Rosa 


Buhlman Tony 


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Winants N 




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Gaddis J H 


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Heisel Paul 


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Brokers— Money. 


^ 


Howe Charles 


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FROST C W & CO 


Santa Rosa 


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Mohr Henry 


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SONOMA COUNTY ABSTRACT 




Clark G W 


Sonoma 




Santa Rosa 


Muhlhanpt F S 


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Hall Thomas 


Vallejo 


Buggies. 




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Kern John 
Roach John 


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Jepsen J 


Napa City 




Boots and Shoes. 


Building Material. 

Berka F Santa Rosa 


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HIRSCHMAN JEROME 


Calistoga 






Carrie J H 


Cloverdale 


Butchers. 




Kerr R A 


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Owsley & Conner 


Calistoga 


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Barnes Bros 


Healdsburg 


Colley & Bonneau 


Cloverdale 


Logan Robert S 


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Delano & Mead 


Healdsburg 


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Ryan P 


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Markwell Silvester 


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Ferrero A 


Napa City 


Moore & Dennis 


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Head George 


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Bihler Henry 


Napa City 


id 


O'Connell M 


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McGOWAN BROS 


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Wright Frank F 


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Zollner & Even 


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Campbell J 


Petaluma 


Bryant & Perry 


Petaluma 




Case A B 
Grannel W H 


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Carpenter & Meyerholtz 
Overholser W R & Co 


" 


Higbee H B 


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Poeblman C & Co 


ii 


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Karev Gustave 


" 


Coutolenc J H 


St Helena 


td 


Mordecai T 


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Allen S I 


Santa Rosa 


Burger C H 


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Davis B J 


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Gray J W 


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Hirth Fred 


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Myers Geo W 


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Noonan & Towey 


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McGill A 


Sonoma 


Nanert H F 




Brown Samuel 


Vallejo 


Brown Samuel 


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McGill J F 


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McGill T F 


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Steffen Jacob 


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Tobin J F 


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Butter Mold Manufacturers. 

Hatch C P Petaluma 

Candy Factory. 

Brown J A Vallejo 

Canneries. 

Petaluma Packing Co Petaluma 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Kenedy Geo B 
CARRINGTON C N 

Carpets. 

Howard C M Cloverdale 

GILES, KYSER k WELTI Napa City 

Ellsworth & Son Petaluma 

Palmer, Johnson & Co " 

Hudson & Wright Santa Rosa 

Carriage Trimmers. 

BDCKLAND L H Santa Rosa 

Carriage and Wagonmakers. 



St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Bentlev & Simpson 
CAMERON (JORDAN 
Buckle & Jackson 
Meyers T I 
PRATT ARTHUR 
York Chas W 
Greenfield T G 
Hunter William 
Tyrrell William 
WRIGHT G A 
PDTNAN D W & Co 
Robinson & Farrell 
Spotswood A 
SPOTSWOOD R k SON 
ZARTMAN W & CO 
McLennan D R 
COLGAN & HERVEY 
Mathews A F 
McHarvey & Hope 
Lyons R B 
Henderson O L 



Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 

Napa City 

Petaluma 



St Helena 
Sinta Rosa 



Sonoma 
Vallejo 



Cigars and Tobacco. 



Calistosa 
Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 



Napa City 



St Helena 



Santa Rosa 



Haeckl Louis 
Moller Theodore 
Walsh A 
Norton L A 
O'Leary W F 
PRUETT E 
SHRTVER C B 
Belknap T T 
Chapman C F 
FORD N O 
MERRELL C B 
Newkorn S 
Reed A K 
Burling Geo W 
Falkner M H 
Hambacher Martin 
Hanson E P 
Monaghan T 
Roberts Henry J 
Schuler C O 
Behrns Bros 
Jessen Chas H 
Johnson Bros 
Patrick L B 
Allen & Wheeler 
CARTER DAN P 
Dont J G 
Doran Alex 
Kurlander Jos 
Muther Frank 
Perigo A T & Co 
TONINI A 
WILSON J S 
Yates Enoch 
Hill Capt 
Huschfeld C 
KRECH HENRY 
Newcomb C A 
Schwalbe Jos 

Clothing 

Rosenberg W & Co 

Shaw F D C 

ALDEN & CO 

Barron S 

Bloch M 

Campbell J 

Leszinsky I H 

Schmidt V 

Alexander F L 

GIBBS WS 

GOODMAN A & CO 

CARITHERS & BROOKS & CO Santa Rosa 

Moral N & Bro 

Roher, Emhorrj & Co 

Stahl Christian 

Benas B Vallejo 

Dannenbaum S 

Gohen R 

Schwalbe Paul 

Supple Edward 

Wilzinski A 



Vallejo 



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Napa City 

Petaluma 

St Helena 



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Coffee, Tea and Spices. 

Great American Tea Co Petalum* 

Great American Tea Co Santa Rosa 

Huddleston H & Co Vallejo 

NAPA COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS, 
Napa City 

Colleges. 

Jordan, Atherton & Co Petaluma 

Napa College Napa City 

PACIFIC METHODIST COLLEGE 

Santa Rosa 
SaDta Rosa Commercial College " 
SANTA ROSA LADIES' COLLEGE 

Santa Rosa 
SANTA ROSA SEMINARY 

Commission Merchants. 

Green V R Napa City 

ROSENBERG & DUNCK 

Confectioners. 

ROSENTHAL JULIUS Healdsburg 

SHRIVER C B 

Tucker J S 

BEGELSPACHER MAX 

Belknap T T 

Mason James 

MERRELL C B 

Wichman Fred 

Naylor Joseph 

Patrick L B 

Dont John G 

Doran Alex 

Jones & Co 

McGown J E 

Blank Mrs A 

Brown J A 

Hill Capt 

Twilegar A J " 

Contractors and Builders. 



Napa City 



Petaluma 

St Helena 

Santa Rosa 



Napa City 



Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Vallejo 



BELL R B St Helena 

Hale C N 

Allen & Wheeler Santa Rosa 

Cowen Philip 

GLENN J H 

SPENCER & ARMSTRONG 

Stahl Christian 

Dairy Produce. 

. ae A Petaluma 

Delicacies. 

Jeakle Jacobs 

Dentists. 

BIDDLE E W 

CAMPBELL R EDGAR 

Huebner O C 

HACKETT & RHODES 

Porter J P & Son 

Rea John 

Lovejoy Geo E Petaluma 

Perkins C O 

Saul Geo M 

Stone John T 

Sabin C R St Helena 

Caldwell F M Santa Rosa 

McLAIN A F 

Savage C W 

Eschback D M bononia 

Halsey I S Vallejo 

PENDLETON B F 

Schneider J 

Distillers. 

Uncle Sams Napa City 

Doors, Sash and Blinds 

James, Boggs & James Napa Cit; 

Knapp H H 

Dressmakers 



Colley H M 
Rutherford W T. 
Hedges Edward D 
Beardsley & McMillan 
Burckhalter J O 
CARRINGTON C N 
Ripley k Young 
SIMPSON & ROBERTS 
THOMPSON THOMAS 
Dearin W H 



Gilbert Ernst 
Huillet Henry 
Rudeman John 



Coopers. 



Calistoga 
Calistoga 
Petaluma 
St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Vallejo 

Sonoma 

St Helena 

Sonoma 



Crockery and Glassware. 

Boggs A G & Co Napa City 

Marcus H " 

Atwater F H Petaluma 

Cowen Philip 



Morris Mrs L S 
Eddy Mrs G 
Emerson & Tate 
Jacobs Mrs A 
Smith Miss Ida 
Twist Miss Minnie 
WEST MRS EW 
AUBREY MISS L 
Grace Miss Anna 
Middleton Miss Jennie 
Murray Mrs M A 
Toole Miss M E 
Wagner Mrs A 
Lamb Mrs 

Druggists. 
ARMSTRONG C W 
WILSON B F 
Fox Henry 

MILLER & WHITNEY 
RILEY T J & SON 



Napa City 
Petaluma 



Santa Rosa 



Vallejo 



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BOYNTON E N 
LUDLOW FEED i 
Stewart & Brown 
Stockman D M 
Maynard F T 
McGuire T 
Towne S D 
Treuholtz E M 
Bussenius H R 
RIGGINS GEO A 
Wilson L J & Co 
Frazer C D 
Hill & Eberhard 
Reed W C 
TITUS I S 
Warboys J W 
Wegner Edward 
MOULTON P 
Topley James 
Whittaker J R 



Napa City 

Petaluma 

St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Sonoma 
Yallejo 



Dry Goods. 



Cloverdale 



Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Petaluma 



St Helena 



Marvin & Garwood 
Winans & Goshen 
Doggett & Goodfellow 
HOWELL & BRYANT 

Fish. 

GUTZWTLLER H 
Bacigalupi Nat 



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Currie J H 

Prince D S 

Alexander J M 

Gray Miss M 

Hassett k Lewis 

Rosenberg W & Co 

Shaw F D C 

Craig A W 

Rogallo & Tobias 

Schwartz Bros 

Smith W A 

Wolfstein & Co 

Bernhard & Son 

Campbell J 

Hale Bros & Co 

Newburgh & Co 

Schmidt V 

Shaw A J 

Sweed Philip 

Alexander F L 

GOODMAN A & CO 

O'Donnrdl Philip 

Smith Oliver 

CARITHERS, BROOKS & Co Santa Rosa 

Moral N & Brother 

Roher, Einhorn & Co 

TAYLOR & DUNBAR 

Smith W A 

Benas B 

Denanny John 

Dannenbaum S *' 

Doane Mrs E *• 

Gohen R " 

Kennedy John E " 

Supple Edward " 

Wilzinski A " 

Dyeing and Cleaning. 

Gray Thos H Petaluma 

Montgomery William " 

Petaluma Cleaning and Dyeing Works 



Sonoma 
Yallejo 



Electric Light Co's. 

Santa Rosa Electric Light Co Santa Rosa 
Yan Daren H " 

Employment Offices. 

Winants N Santa Rosa 

Express. 

Phillip A S, (Wells, Fargo & Co) Calistoga 
Shaw Isaac D, (Wells, Fargo & Co) 

Cloverdale 
Brotherton G W, (Wells, Fargo & Co) 

Healdsburg 
Lamdin J F, (Wells, Fargo & Co) 

Napa Citv 
King H D, (Wells, Fargo & Co) Petaluma 
Sharp H B, (Wells, Fsi go & Co) St Helena 
Proctor T A, (Wells, Fargo & Co) 

Santa Rosa 
Lee Bros " 

Duhring F, (Wells, Fargo & Co) Sonoma 
Barr R B, (Wells, Fargo & Co) Yallejo 
Vallejo Ex " 

Fancy Goods. 

CARITHERS, BROOKS & CO Santa Rosa 
Feed and Grain. 

HATT A Napa City 



Petaluma 
Santa Rosa 



St Helen 
Santa Rosa 



Flour Mills. 

Norton W M Healdsburg 

Cooper W R Napa City 

Walker J M C 

Densmore Geo F Petaluma 

Henry John " 

McNEAR GEO P 

SANTA ROSA FLOUR MILL Santa Rosa 

Sonoma Flour Mill Sonoma 

Foundries. 

Excelsior Foundry and Machine 
Works Petaluma 

PETALUMA FOUNDRY AND MA- 
CHINE WORKS Petaluma 

WORTH W H 

Duckworth & Genung St Helena 

Fruits and Vegetables. 



Hutchinson T B 
Irwin A 
Sweet J J 



Calistoga 
Napa City 



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Burr Alson 


Petaluma Stahl Christian Santa Rosa M 


Dunn Philip 


Clewe F Sonoma M 


FOSTER T J 


'« Duhring F " - 




Hanson E P 


" Litzius Louis " . 




Monaghan T 


" Monpedino Pietro *' ."■* 


WILSON J S 


Santa Rosa Poppe J A 




Ferrison Joe 


•* Schocken S " r-. 


Paasalaqua B 


Vallejo Toroni Bertolamejo " * 




Sitriano Carlo 


" Weyl Henry " "^ 


Sessarego & Raperto 


" 


Glass. : 




Clark E 


Smvthe Edwin H Santa Rosa 1 


Furnishing Goods. 


Glove Manufacturer. "% 


LEVY B W 
ALDEN & CO 


capacity Robber80Q A j Xapa City ^ 


Carothers W O 


Petaluma 


Grain Elevators. 


m 


Leszinsky 


„ _" Cooper WR Napa City 


GIBBS AY S 


St Helena SAN TAR03A FLOUR MILL Santa Rosa 


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Label I 


Santa Rosa 


' Grocers. 





TRIPP & BARNETT 


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Leitch & Frain 


Furniture. 




Uley S J Healdsburg 


SIMMONS W T C 


Calistoga 


3empsey Patrick 




HOLLOWAY L & J 


Cloverdale 


3assett& Lewis 




Howard C M 


" 


Pellegrini C 




Young John & Son 


Healdsburg 


PRINCE J B 


►3 


Deaken W W 


Napa City 


Maguire James 


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GILES. KYSER & WELTI 


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Monfort AR 


Smith J 


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Andrews k Lamdin Napa City 


Thompson Win 


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Boggs A G & Co 


DO 


Ellsworth & Son 


Petaluma 


FORD NO 


Palmer, Johnson & Co 


" 


HARDMAN A M 


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Preston J M 


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Hodgdou & Borreo 


Hoffman C 


St Helena 


Horstmeyer H C 


Livernash J 


" 


Hottel & Smith 


H 


Cootes W F 


Santa Rosa 


McDonald Mrs E 


Hudson & Wright 


" 


MEROCWcV'O 


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Kopf & Mnller 


" 


ROSENBERG & DUNCK 


Loring Wm E 


" 


Semorile B 


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McCorkle M J 


" 


WAGNER ADOLPH 


Baker Frank 


Vallejo 


BURNS J W Petaluma 


Davis & Ford 


" 


Canepa G " 


m 


Hamel J 


" 


Cane pa L 






Cox & Fritsch 


General Merchandise- 


Erwin Nicholas 


H 


Collins & Cyrus 


Calistoga 


Falkner M H 


Francis J H 


M 


HASKINS & CADWELL 


CO 


Frieberg M & Son 


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KelleyChas 


Getleson H & Co 


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KILLAM & STEWART 


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Lee Benoni 


M 


Morse A 


Brush W T 


Cloverdal 


i Needham Festus 


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Cloverdale Banking and Commercial C 


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Cloverdal 


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Yordie Fred 


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Reed Michael 


Daly John 


Healdsbur 


g Roberts Henry J 


Haas F 


" 


Schmidt Geo 


Meyer Sam 


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Steiger P J 


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White W P 


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Tatterson James 


Jaensch W 


Napa Cit 


y Veale & Roach 


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McClelland J A & Co 


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WHITNEY ARTHUR L & CO 


Bell Bros 


St Helen 


a Winans & Goshen 


2 


Galemski D 


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Young C 



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Behrns Bros 

BELL R B 

G.UTZWLLLEB H 

Hale C N 

Krekler & Wentzel 

Mooney Bros 

Smith Oliver 

Allen & Wheeler 

Bertolini P 

Bew George 

CARR & SON 

Carter E D 

GLENN J H 

Hood F H 

HOWELL & BRYANT 

KINO G F 

McBreen Bros 

Osborn J W 

Peery T E 

Perigo A T & Son 

Seegelken E A 

SPENCER & ARMSTRONG 

Thorsen Bros 

Weeks S S 

Bliven & Co 

Brownlie James 

Bruce R << 

Derwin & McCudden " 

EGERY & LAMONT 

Harrier D W & Son 

KELLY ML 

King F B 

LYNCH P B 

Lynch PC 

Megarry Wm «« 

Murray" Mrs A « 

Scott & Ford 

Thrope EL 

Guns, Ammunition and Sport- 
ing Goods. 



Vallejo 



Bauer & Co 

Buckins J J 

Buckins W L & Co 

Temple & Scott 

KETTLEWELL J R & Son 

Taylor Bros 

Baxter & Green 

Brown Geo S 

GOOD C W & CO 

Letold J G 

Brownlie John 

Rutherford D & Co 

Winchell & Edgcumbe «« 

Harness and Saddlery. 

Hall S J 
Thornton David 
Belasco M 
Jepsen 3 
Parks D B 
PIERSON J C 
Stuart Bros 
Burgtorf C W 
Ellsworth & Northrup 
Walsh Gus A 
Kurpinsky T S 
WEHRLI JACOB 
BUCKLANDLH 
PRINDLE & SEAVY 
Royal J E 
Schmedt R 
Ri chart G B 



Petaluma 



St Helena | 
Santa Rosa 



Vallejo 



Healdsburg 
Napa City 

Petaluma 

St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



West Wm 



Bruce W A 
Hesse F 
Krepper P 



Gunsmiths. 



Napa City 



St Helena 
Santa Rosa 
Vallejo 



Hair Dressers— Ladies, 



Harrington Mrs W E 
Brown Mrs T 



Napa City 
Vallejo 



Hardware. 

Bounsell Bros Oalistoea 

BROWN J B mstoga 

Barker & Abraham 

Powell Ranson 

Raabe M 

EASTMAN & MOTHERSALE Napa City 

James & Son «« J 

Kimball E 

Swarz H << 



Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 



Sonoma 
Vallejo 

Hay and Grain. 

MEROCW&CO NanaCitv 

WAGNER ADOLPH Capacity 

Densmore Geo F Pptalnma 

K?£°° dfell0W *-taSS2 

Hides, Wool and Tallow. 

Meyer Marks Healdsburg 

Horse Power Manufacturers. 

WORTH W H Petaluma 



Horseshoers. 



Barnes J J 
Meyers F I 
Bergeman A 
Home Nelson 
Hunter William 
ShawS 
Johnson L J 
Mcintosh & Doheny 
McNally John 
Morris Geo R 
MORROW & FLYNN 
O'Brien M 
O'Neill James 



Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 

Napa City 



Petaluma 



She Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. rSSSK? 



Kreuzberger J 
Outwaters N T 
Baker & Rosa 
Schmidli J 
Lyona R B 
Martin Mxa James 
Brooka Thos 
Denia F M 



Pattison I. A. & Co. 



Brass Feeders, Andirona, Fire Sets, Coal Hods, Caapl- 
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Cloverdale 



Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Hosiery Manufacturers. 

3turges William Petaluma 



Hotels. 

AMERICAN HOTEL 

Caliatoga House 

MAGNOLIA HOTEL 

Western Hotel 

Geyaer Hotel 

Live Oak Hous 

U S HOTEL 

Enterprise Ho* el 

GRATER J F 

Sotoyome House 

Brooklyn Hotel 

Central Hotel 

COLUMBIA HOTEL 

First Street House 

German House 

Napa Hotel (The) 

Nusberger J 

Palace Hotel 

Railroad House 

REVERE HOUSE 

Shade House 

TICINO HOTEL 

American Hotel 

BROOKLYN HOTEL 

City Hotel 

COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL 

Union Hotel 

Washington Hotel 

Euro pa House 

Hotel D'ltalia 

Palace Hotel 

ST HELENA HOTEL 

William Tell House 

Windsor Hotel 

BYRNE HOTEL 

Eagle Hotel 

Germania Hotel 

GRAND HOTEL 

HOTEL D'lTALIA UNITA 

MAGNOLIA 

NEW YORK HOTEL 

OCCIDENTAL HOTEL 

Santa Rosa House 

Garibaldi House 

Hard D T 

Occidental Hotel 

Sonoma Hotel 

Swiss Hotel 

Union Hotel 



St Helena BOSTON HOUSE 
ASTOR HOUSE 
Santa Rosa CENTRAL HOTEL 
•' Fitzgerald Patrick 

Sonoma FR1SBIE HOUSE 

German Hotel 
Vallejo Howard House 
Linden House 
Mechanics' Hotel 
South Vallejo Hotel 
WILSON HOUSE 



Vallejo 



Petaluma 



St Helena 



Santa Rosa 



Insurance Agents. 

Calistoga 



Delafield Robert H 

Jewell Win & Son 

MULTER J L 

Stratton W T E 

Sink & Baer 

Winters Chas 

COFFMAN & CAMPBELL Healdsburg 

Moulton W M & Co 

REYNOLDS & BROWN 

Baddeley H J Napa City 

Jackson F L 

MOUNT, BOKE & CO 

PEASE & GRAY 

SMITH W C S 

Sterling R H 

WOOD CHET F 

CODDING & SMITH Petaluma 

Dinwiddie, Brainard & Co 

HASKELL W B 

Young Geo C 

Beach Geo H St Helena 

FEE & CARR 

Kirchweger Hermann 

Mortan & Mackinder 

SMITH W A C 

BARHAM fc HOAG Santa Rosa 

Churchill H H 

DAVIS WALTER S 

Eardley Wm J 

Eliason W A 

FARNHAMJ W 

HALL J E 

Hendrickson Arthur 

Philip Henry 

Proctor, Reynolds & Co 

SONOMA COUNTY ABSTRACT- 
BUREAU Santa Rosa 

SPENCER B M 

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Tivnen John Sonoma 

Demmon G C Vallrjo 

English Joseph R 

HUBBS C H 

WILSON G W 

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cS I Jeweler— Manufacturing. 

^ jBUTT ALFRED Santa Rosa 



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r-j iLeyden Peter Vallejo 

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£4 'Fenno James E 

O SMITH WCS 

O | THOMPSON WILLIAM 

P9 Baldwin O T 

JBROWN JNO 

■Seawell W N 

Small J B 

Demmon G C 

Riley C W 



Cloverdale 

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Napa City 

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Napa Steam Laundry 
Bowen F 
YOUNG G POLK 



Sonoma 
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Napa City 
Petaluma 



Liquors— Retail. 



Heitz Joseph 
Kortuin Louis 
MONROE THOMAS E 
Stratton W E 
WILLIS D C 
WITTKE JULIUS 
Blackmore Wm 
Schafer I 

Spencer & Groshong 
U S Saloon and U S Hotel 
Alberici P 
BARLOW L B 
Bellanger Edward 
Crocker Frank 
Dempsey Patrick 
Fried Henry 
Griffin T H 
Gum Isaac 
jLannan P 
O'Leary W F 
PRUETT E 
Rockefeller M 
Young J S 
Allen George 
Anderson Charles 
Anderson Pete 
BAXTER T G 
Cuff Richard 
De Ville Frank 
Dunck Bros 
Habermehl — 



Calistoga 



Cloverdale 



Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Hargrave C F Napa City 

Herman Wm ** 

Hodgdon & Borreo " 

Hottel & Smith «' 

KR1EG THOMAS 

MarcacciA " 

McCollum & Dunlap 

McDonald Mrs " 

Mever L " 

M1NETTI A 

O'Day M 

PICKLE WM 

Prior J T " 

Pugh J T •« 

ROSENBERG & DUNCK " 

Seraorile B « 

STOFFELS NICHOLAS 

TWISTMAN WM 

Van Baaren John •« 

Vaughn John " 

WAGNER ADOLPH 

Abraham Peter Petaluma 

Aiken H S 

Anderson FA «« 

BURNS J W " 

Byrne & McCoy " 

Cooper Campbell " 

Delventhal F W " 

Diamond Patrick " 

Garth John " 

Gerkens & Cars tens " 

HAUBRICH & SARTORI 

Hess & Co 

Holm & Stolker 

Jacobson C A » 

Kahn M & Co " 

Merett & Davis " 

O'HaraCD 

O'Reilly Martin 

Pattochi Chas 

RAFAEL ME 

Rogers Edward " 

Schierhold & Wohlers «< 

Schmidt Geo " 

STARKE FRED J 

Steenson & Thompson " 

Wiers James «« 

Winters L " 

BEGUHLS JOHN St Helena 

Del Foch B 

GLADDEN J R «■ 

Haar A «• 

Heyman Edmund « 

Lodwood F A •» 

Murry R O «« 

Rassi & Maginni «« 

Roberts Mrs T J 

Simmons Harry " 

Tanola A «« 

WEHRLI JACOB 

Wooldridge C C «« 

BECKNER W 8 Santa Rosa 

Cottini Peter 



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Deneraux E W 
Duffy Thos 
Fick J F 
Frehe Herman F 
Frugoli E 
Granucci L 
Gre8sim Wm Henry 
Hall Press M 
Holzer Ernest 
Jones Victor 
J lid Christian 
McReynolds & Leary 
Moller Henry 
MORRIS W H 
MORSHE \D G W 
OCCIDENTAL BAR . 
Roberts Lou 
Rousheimer John 
SANBORN W B 
Seegelken E A 
Steiner Jno R 
Swank J W 
Tuttle G C 
WOLF CHAS 
Yates Enoch 
Grothans F 
Jones William 
Laux A 

Moore R D 

Muldry Martin 

Powell Maurice 

Weiler F B 

Astley Antone 

Bergwall G A 

Bliven & Co 

Branan John 

Brown Thomas 

Brownlie James 

Coleman R D 

Connolly Henry 

DEARIN J H 

Derwin & McCudden 

DINEEN P 

EGERY & LAMONT 

Flanagan Patrick 

Francisco D 

Gaffney B 

Gannon Thomas 

Geary James 

Hallin C T P 

Harrier & Son 

Harrington R J 

Heff ner Mrs F 

Hogan Thos 

Ivers Robt 

KELLY M L 

Kelly Patrick 

Kennedy Michael 

LAZELLE J Q 

Lynch P B 

Lynch PC 
LYONS J 
Manuel Geo 



Santa Rosa 



Sonoma 



Vallejo 



Massey & Edgar Santa Rosa 

McCudden James 

McDeimoff Robert 

McQuillan John 

Miniham John 

MURPHY & RYAN 

Murray Mrs A 

Niepholson — 

Noonan John 

PAPADOPULO AD 

Reddan John 

Reinquin & McCullough 

Scott & Ford 

Settle & Gorham 

Smith G T " 

Tierney Richard 

TRAHY WILLIAM 

Walsh Thos F 

Ward James 

Wilson Harry 

Idquors— Wholesale. 

Roney J M Santa Rosa 

Live Stock. 

Merritt John & Son 



Petalum 

Livery Stables. 

Cloverdale 



HallMV 
SISSENGOOD JOHN 
BRICE WILLIAM 
CUMMINGS WILLIAM 
Sotoyome Stable 
Walker E S 
Cowan J H 
Gardner Bros 
HiliG W 
McGraw William 
NAPA HOTEL STABLE 
O'Neil J 
Thomson L 
AMERICAN STABLE 
Caneeascini S J 
CARTY & CRONIN 

Haney & Son 

Lauritzen Bros 

WASHINGTON STABLE 

ELGIN BROS 

Gibbs George 

St Helena Stable 

Byington H W 

Fashion Stables 

King Jesse 

LUDWIG T B 

McGeorge Robert 

McGregor Frank D 

SAN BURN W B 

Union Livery Bteble 

Brownlie John 

Callender Jno 

Connolly Henry 

McGill Wm 



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Loan Agents. 

COFFMAN & CABMPBELL Healdsburg 
REYNOLDS & BROWN 
Hendrickson Arthur Santa Rosa 

Proctor, Reynolds & Co " 

Locksmiths and Bell Hang- 
ers. 

Schnoor Chris H St Helena 

Behmer Daniel Santa Rosa 

Lodging Houses. 

STOFFELS NICHOLAS Napa City 

Lumber. 

Puget Sound Lumber Co Calistoga 

Green B F Cloverdale 

James, Boggs & James Napa City 

Knapp H H « 

Cavanagh John Petaluma 

HOPKINS S J 

Pellet & Co St Helena 

fi erka F Santa Rosa 

LUDWIG & KRONCKE 

Port Costa Lumber Co Valleio 

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Dawson Jno Vallejo 

McSorley C 
Smith Chas F 
Walsh Peter 

Metal Worker. 

Letold J G Santa Rosa 



Machine! Works. 

WORTH W H Petaluma 

Duckworth & Genung St Helena 

YANDLE F J Santa Rosa 

Marble Works 

Newman & Wing Napa City 



Millinery. 



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Russell H D 

Fisher & Kinslow Santa Rosa 

McConochie R «• 

:RLING P W Healdsburg 

Masons. 

Childers Joseph & Son 



Bee Emil 
Jacobs E 
Owen W D 
Zane & Bell 
Brown Joseph 
LEVY B W 
Morritt William 
Hettrich Charles 
Kubie Charles 
PHILLIP JACOB 
Schnitz X 
Barry James 

^ Merk J F 

Abendroth F A 
Ferman Jno 
. Hodgson R 

£^ |Jacobs Abraham 

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Merchant Tailors. 

Cloverdale 



Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Petaluma 



St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Cook Mrs J 
MARKELL MRS A J 
Prince D S 
Gray Miss M 
Hood Miss S L 
Brown Miss Mary 
Smith W A 
WOELFFEL MRS R 
Case A B 
Charles Mrs V 
Gilbert T A 
PampinellaS 
Robuson Miss S 
Barry Miss M & Co 
Hughes Mrs S B 
Ragan Miss K 
Broughton Miss Jennie 
Stewart Mrs K M 
Thompson Mrs Alice 
Treivig Mrs Susie K 
Welch Mrs M T 
Doane Mrs E 
McEnery Miss K 
Tregaekis Mrs E J 



Oalistoga 
Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 

Napa City 

Petulum 



St Helena 



Santa Rosa 



Vallejo 



Jacobs M 
|Treivig L G 



News Depot. 

SHRTVER C B Healdsburg 

Atwater F H Petaluma 

Jewell J E «< 

McGowen J E Santa Rosa 

Wright C A « 

Rufner James Sonoma 

McElroy P Vallejo 
White A 

Newspapers. 
DEPENDENT CALISTOGIAN 

Calistoga 

CLOVERDALE WEEKLEY REVEILLE 
„_ . Cloverdale 

HEALDSBURG ENTERPRISE (Weekly) 
Healdsburg 
Russian River Flag « 

NAPA COUNTY REPORTER Napa City 
Napa Daily Register «« 

NAPA DALLY REPORTER 
Napa Journal (The; «« 

Napa Register (The) " 

Daily Evening Imprint Petaluma 

Petaluma Argus « 

Petaluma Courier •« 

St Helena Independent St Helena 

St Helena Star 



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PACIFIC METHODIST 

Santa Rosa Daily Day Book 

Santa Rosa Democrat 

Santa Rosa Republican, (Daily * nd 

Weekly) Santa Kosa 

Sonoma Democrat (The) 

Sonoma Index-Tribune » 

SOLANO DAILY AND WEEKLY 

TIMES vaiiejo 

VALLEJO CHRONICLE (THE),daily 



and weeklv 

Notaries. 

Stratton W E 
Cooley Cbas H 
COCHRAN A E 
COFFMAN J T 
REYNOLDS W B 
Rose J W 
COGHLAN O R 
Howlands J H 
HULL A J 
Raney T F 
Towle G W 
Dinwiddie & Bramard 
Whallon M 
KETTLE WELL B F 
SMITH W A C 
HOAG O H 

NAGLE F E 

Wood Ben S 

Breitenbach — 

Tivnen John 

Connolly John 

ENGLISH JOSEPH R 

Hall F W 

Notions. 

Wolfstein & Co 
Culver E L 
TAYLOR & DUNBAR 

Nurseries. 

COHLER WILLIAM 



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Healdsburg 
Napa City 



Vallejo 



Calistoga 
Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 



Napa City 



Petaluma 

St Helena 

Santa Rosa 



Sonoma 
Vallejo 



Petaluma 

St Helena 

Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa 

Sonoma 

Vallejo 

Oils and Glass. 

Calistoga 
Napa City 
Petaluma 

St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Napa City 
Santa Rosa 



.PIATT W J 
Clark R & Son ■ 
Colwell Chas 
PEARCH CHAS 
Young Harry 
Sheehy Chaa J 
RUTLEDGE JAMES 
LOMONT A A 
SLATER CHARLES 
Wilson W P 
STOCKFORD A I 

Paints. 

BROWN J B 
PEARCH CHARLES 
Ellsworth & Son 
Palmer Johnson & Co 
RUTLEDGE JAMES 
Doubleday Bros 
Smythe Edwin H 

Paper Hangers. 

Clark R & Son Napa City 

Penmanship-Teachers. 

RIPP W H Vallejo 

Photographers. 

Piatt C E Healdsburg 

Price Andrew 

STOCRLEY L A 

Strong M H 

Reed J Q 

Ross Geo 

Konrad Louis 

Davidson N R 

Kempvanee H 

PIGGOTT J K 

SMITH J G 



Napa City 

Petaluma 

St Helena 
Santa Rosa 

Valle'o 



St Helena 



Opticians. 

Stearns F R 

Oyster Houses 

Carey Thos 
Doan J S 
Tucker J T 



Petaluma 



Vallejo 



Painters— Carriage 

PIATT W J Healdsburg 

Fine Joseph 

Holahan William 

Pimm H 

Kettlewell J O 

McLennan D R 

RUTLEDGE JAMES 

LOMONT A A 



Physicians- 

GARDNER A M 

Stratton R T 

Boggs J O 

MARKELLRS 

Coffman N B 

Ely Elisha 

Farrar M C 

Forseman James 

Spouogle F M 

Swisher J R 

W T ilcox W O 

CONN F W 

Dart G 
. & Haun E 
Napa City ;Paden W M 

Pond M B 
PetalumalSburtleff B 
St Helena TAYLOR R F 
St Helena F1FIELD W I ft B i 

" Ivancovich G 

Santa Rosa| Patty L H 



Calistoga 
Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 



Napa City 



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PROCTOR J M 

Treuholtz E M 

Wells W R 

BURKE W P 

Ely W A 

Lench W H 

Tabor I 

Boyce F O 

Boyce J F 

Davis C D 

Finla-w Wm 

Preseley J B 

Sheerer M M 

Smith R P 

Sponogle J D 

STUART A B 

STUART ANABEL Mc G 

YOUNG B S 

Davis H H 

Van Gilden Chas 

Anderson - Yallejo 

Pianos and Organs. 

Atwater F H Petaluma 

Picture Frames. 

Loring Wm E 

Planing Mills 



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Centennial 
Rodd & Camm 
LUDWIG & KRONCKE 
Barneg G G 

Plasterers. 

Childers Joseph & Son 



Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 



Delafield Robert H " Calistoga 

Jewell Wm & Son «< e 

Johnson G W 
Stratton W E 

^°v^ Abrahams Cloverdale 

sink &Baer >t 

COFFMAN& CAMPBELL Healdsburg 

Moulton W M & Co .« g 

REYNOLDS & BROWN 

Baddeley H J Napa Clt 

Hayman & Frances « 

Jackson F L «• " 

MOUNT, BOKE & CO 

PEASE & GRAY 

Pierce W A << 

WOOD CHET F 

Sonoma|?i u ^ e ' c Brainard & Co Petaluma 

FEE^R? **?«■ 

Kirchweger Hermann <« 

.Morton & Mackiuder <« 

FROST C W & CO 
Santa Rosa gROSSE GUY E 

Hendrickson Arthur •« 

HillisJA 

Ludwig T P ,< 

Proctor, Reynolds & Co 

RUE J B & Co 

SONOMA COUNTY ABSTRACT 

amS? JEAXJ Santa Ros * 

BAR^B ^l°lSo a 

Demmon G C 
HUBBS C H 
WILSON W Q 



Napa City 
Petaluma 

Santa Rosa 
Yallejo 



Santa Rosa 



Bonnsell Bros 
Buckins J J 
Koph & Gross 
Steves J H 
GOOD C W & Co 

Pork Stores. 

GUTZWTLLER H 
Poat J J 

Printers. 

Cannon R D 
HOAG J W & CO 
McNab, Cassidy & Smith 
Shattuck W F 
PENNYCOOK & HARRIER 



Calistoga 
Petaluma 



St Helen. 
Santa Ros* 



St Helena 
Santa Rosa 



Santa Rosa 

Petaluma 

Petaluma 

Petaluma 

Vallejo 



Produce Dealers. 



Carbonia 
DREES BROS 
HOWELL & BRYANT 



Red Rubber Stamps. 

ATTWJ Healdsburg 

Restaurants. 

Milne William Hpalrlahn™ 

ARCADE RESTAURANT =££?£* 

Dunck Bros 

Capucetti & Berta 

EDMISTON MRS S A 

Heyer Henry 

Nielsen John 

Davis M C 

Peavey J C g 

Piedmont Restaurant 

Popular Restaurant 

Roberts D H 

Potter John 

SILVEIRA ANTONIO M 



Napa City 

Petaluma 

Santa Rosa 



Petaluma 

St Helana 

Santa Rosa 



Vallejo 



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Sausage Manufacturer. 

Habermehl F C Napa Clty 

A. B. Forbes, 
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Saw Filer. 



Nagle F G Santa Rosa 

Neyce J H 

SONOMA COUNTY ABSTRACT 
BUREAU 



Seminaries. 

Napa Ladies' Seminary Napa City 

SANTA ROSA LADIES' COLLEGE 

SANTA ROSA SEMINARY 



Tanneries. 

Napa Cityig awyer Tanning Co iThei 



Weeks F D ^*P a ^^'jSawyer Tanning Co (The) Napa City 

«»Y.onl Snnnlies Wick Jacob B Petalutaa 

School &uppl*es. CR0KLEy & S0N ^ta Ro8a 
right C A Santa Rosa ; Swenson N 

Searchers of Records 



Tile Manufacturer. 

Dennlson & Son Napa City 

Undertakers 



Soap Factories. 

Jameson & Adams Petaluma 

IBBOTSON JOSEPH J Santa Rosa 

Santa Rosa Soap "Works 

Soda Works. 

Napa Soda Works Napa City 

Connolly B F Petaluma 

St Helena Soda Works St Helena 

Santa Rosa Soda Works SantaRosa 

Scoggan J ", . 

Vallejo Soda Works Vallejo 



SIMMONS W T 
Holloway L & J 
Young John & Son 
GILES, KYSER & WELTI 
Santa Rosa Blackburn Chas 
Sa 'LOGAN J I 
Davis M S 
Connolly Henry 



Calistoga 

Cloverdale 

Healdsburg 

Napa City 

Petaluma 

St Helena 

Santa Rosa 

Vallejo 



Upholsterers. 



Spice Mills. 

NAPA COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS 

Napa City 

Stage Lines. 

GEYSER SPRING STAGE LINE 

Cloverdale 

! Stallion Importers. 

Mathews James A Petaluma 

SKILLMAN Theo 

Stoves, Ranges and Tinware. 

Bounsell Bros Calistoga 

Barker & Abraham Cloverdale 

EASTMAN & MOTHERSOLE Napa City 

Kimball E 

Marcus H ** 

Powell Ransom Healdsburg 

Raabe M 

Buckins J J Petaluma 

Buckins W L & Co 

Schlosser T C 

Steves J H St Helena 

Taylor Bros 

Baxter & Green Santa Rosa 

Brown Geo S 

GOOD C W & CO 

Letold J G 

Marcy J G Sonoma 

Waters J U 

Rutherford D k Co Vallejo 



Healdsburg 

Petaluma 
St Helena 



Santa Rosa 
Sonoma 
Vallejo 



Ernst S Cloverdale 

Stewart Robert 

Varieties. 

Eicholz T H 
Tucker J S 
Carotbars W O 
Behrns Bros 
Dickenson F M 
Johnson Bros 
Sacry D & S 
Ruf ner James 
Hirschfeld 
Kelly W T S 
Schwalbe Jos 

Veterinary Snrgeons. 

Bergeman A Napa City 

Forrest F 
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Brown & Easley 
Navone A L 
Northup C W 
Mezger C F 

Wall Paper, 
HOLLOWAY L & J 
Palmer, Johnson & Co 
Livernash J 
Doubleday Bros 
Smythe Edwin H 



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Eastman PS OaUstogi ^ 

Haeckle Louis M Ig 

Hunziker G pf* 



St Helena 



Cloverdale 
Petaluma 
St Helena 

Santa Rosa 



"~ ! , -.- , TT~ , . Dyes Gray and Sandy Halrtad Whiskers. Depot 
StoltZ 3 WalllUt COSmetiC 108 O'Farrell at- Sent by mail for 60s. P*r sti.k 



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Fenno James 
Luedke J 
Amstutz H L 
Landecker S 
i Schmied W H 
|Chopard& Ellsworth 
Savage John 
Stearns F R 
Truelson C 
Graf Jacob 
Holland H K 
BUTT ALFRED 
Ekstrom H R 
Hood Geo & Son 
SAWYER J F 
Stelzer Jno J 
Eschback D M 
Berg August 
Clark E 
Frey John 
Twilegar A J 

'Water Works. 
SANTA ROSA WATER WORKS 

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Wind Mills. 
BANJO WIND MILL Santa Rosa 

"Wines and Brandies. 
Gorium Louis Calistoga 



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Kobbi P & J J 

Migliavacca G 

Napa Valley Wine Co 

Uncle Sam's Winery 
Eddleman G W 
Beringer Bros 
Sciaroni F 
De Turk I 
DEVERAUX E W 



Healdsburg 
Napa City 



Petaluma 
St Helena 

Santa Rosa 



Wine Press 

WORTH W H 



Man uf ac tnr er . 

Petaluma 



Sonoma 
Vallejo 



Wood and Coal. 



HATT A 
MERO C W & CO 
Cox B F & Co 
GLENN J H 
Lee Bros 
Aden Bros 
Holtog J J 
McCudden James 
Williamson John & Son 



Napa City 

Petaluma 
Santa Rosa 

Vallejo 



Woolen Mills. 



Napa Woolen Mills 
Torr & Newburgh 
Santa Rosa Woolen Mills 



Napa City 
Petaluma 

Santa Rosa 




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Abraham I, barber, 231 Second QJ 

Abraham "Wolf, liquors, 610 Mission, res 

A A HOUSE, John F Bolts Pro-! Abr SS; B Louig, clothing and tailoring, 75 
pneter, .(08 Kearny ( 6 C lay, res 605 McAllister £ 

Aaron Mrs D, dressmaker, 137 Sixth, Abrah am S Lewis, jewelry and watches, H 
res ;9 Harriet n Kearnv res Windsor Hotel ; "n 

Aaron Joseph, hairdresser. 532 Third, Abrabams Li p'pman , tailor, 706 Vallejo, J 

TGS S2LIX16 ***■ 

ABADIE J B, merchant tailor, 24!^™ ^^ fan odg> m \ 

Montgomery ave | Kearny, res Oakland l m 

Abbes Frank, paints, oils, etc, 1821 Polk, Abrabamson N salooDj 119 Jacks0Ilj res W 
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Abbot Geo, wool packer and grader, cor on lQan offi 61g Mo nt- 

Fifth and Townsend j „„,..„ ' R15 piT1 „ 

Abbot SW, SS ty^n g s' «-^; we reg ^^ 

. vJ^' ii e8 £ T^Hn M A Abramovich ft Co, (John Abramovich a f— 

Abbotsford House, cor Larkin and Mitchell Ros tovich) fruits, vegeta- £- 

bles, cigar and tobacco, 1654 Polk 1^ 
Abramovich John, (Abramovich Bros 

and Abramovich & Co), res 1501 



ABBOTT J E, attorney at law, 314 

Montgomery, res 1313 Vallejo 
Abbott S S, carpenter 1650 H Mission, res 

Aw 1 ?t 5 S», ] ^oi 0n t.nnr«Hri» horn* 215 Abramovich Bros. & Co,( Drago Abramo 
Abbott Thomas, boarding house, 216 and John Abiam0 vich) *-« 

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A, B, C GUIDE, (monthly), Bish- 
op & Cucuel publishers. 621 Clay 

Abell Alex G, grand secretary Grand 
Lodge F & A M, Masonic Temple 

Abernethy & Co, (John W Abernethy) 
specialists, 426 Kearny 

Abernethy John W, (Abernethy & Co), 
res 42*6 Kearny 

ABERNETHY'S GREEN 
GINGER BRANDY, John 

Mulhern agent, 122-124 Market 
Abohm Mrs L, midwife, 5C4 Jessie 
Abraham Abraham, clothing, 400 Pacific 
Abraham Chas, florist, 106 Cal Market, 

nursery and res cor Franklin and 

Greenwich 
Abraham G, (Rosenblum & Abraham), 

res 8 Hyde ^^^^__ 



fruit,,-. 

candies and cigars, cor.Clay and Polk!v^ 

Abramovich Drago, (Abramovich Bros), /^ 

112 Mason. ff| 



res 1501 Polk 
Abrams Albert, physician, 



res 1359 Post 

ABRAMS H & CO, H Abrams ,1^ 
wholesale and retail dealers in fruits \JJ 
and vegetables. Butter and eggs a "j 
specialty, 226 Fourth 

Abrams H & Co, (I Norton), printers, 79 
Stevenson 

Abrams Harry, (H Abrams & Co), prin- 
ter 79 Stevenson, res 911 Shotwell 

Abrams I, dry goods, 114 Third, res 821 
Turk 

Abrams I, clothing, 540 Kearny 

Abrams John, (Carroll, Abrams k 
Carroll), res 29 Grant ave 



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Abrams Max merchant tailor, 919Paci- Ackerinan Isidore H A,(Ackerman, Block 

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fie, re3 1817 Mason 
Abrams M S, clerk, B Rich, res 507 

Lombard 
Abrams N, boots and shoes. 534 Kearny, 

res 1018 Howard 
Abrams Wm, saloon, 610 Mission, res 

265 Tehama 
Abramson k Bacon, (E Abramson and 

Gaston E Bacon), druggists, SW cor 

Dupont and Sutter 
ABRAMSON, BACON & 

HEUNISCH, druggist's, and 
liquor dealers' glassware, 116 Bat 
tery 

Abramson Edward, (Abramson, Bacon 
& Heunisch) and (Abramson & 
Bacon), re3 310 Stockton 

Academy Building, 330 Pine 

Accident Ins Co of North America, (The) 
Brooks & Baldwin, Managers, 411 
California 

Accidental Mining Co, J H Sayre secre- 
tary, 330 Pine 

Accudi Lewis, barber, 825 Pacific, res 



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Aceret Mrs A, dressmaker, 726 Gough 
Ach Henry, attorney at law, S W cor 
Battery and California, res 2418 
Webster 
ACHARD CHARLES, carriage 
trimmer, 318 McAllister, res 631 \ 
Natoma 
Achin A, laundry, 1007 Folsom, res 

1009 Folsom 
Acker F V, carpenter, 1207 Polk 
Acker Mrs V, dressmaker, 407 Sutter 
ACKERMAN, BLOCK & 
CO, (Hart S Ackerman, Samuel 
S Ackerman, Isidore S Ackerman, 
Isidore H A Ackerman and Maurice 
Block), importers and wholesale 
dealers in crockery, china and 
glassware, 13, 15, 17 k 19 Front 
ACKERMAN BROS (H s Acker 
man, S S Ackerman, I H Ackerman 
and I S Ackerman), importers gen- 
eral merchandise, 123 Kearny, 207 
and 209 Suiter 
Ackerman Chas L, (Naphtaly, Freiden 

rich & Ackerman), res 423 Eddy 
Ackerman D, bakery, 2043 Mission, re: 



& Co) 

Ackerman S L, (L Greenebaum & Co) res 
526 Eddy 

Ackerman Samuel S, (Ackerman Block & 
Co and Ackerman Bros) res 1528 Sut- 
ter 

Askerman & Strauss, (Ed Ackerman and 
Arthur Strauss) furniture and car- 
pets, 126 Post 

Ackerson C H, carpenter, 215 Kearny 
room 7 ' 

Ackley H, (Maxon & Ackley) res Alameda 

ACME CANDLE WORKS, 

Freeman. Smith & Co, 122 California 

Acme lodging house, 961 Market 

Acme M & M Co, (Amador Co, Cal) J M 

Buffington secretary, 309 California 

Acres R T, (Acres & Williams) res 733 

Bush 
*xres & Williams, (B T Acres and C J 
Williamsybook binders and printers 
412 Commercial 
Actina Battery Co, Justin Gates mana- 
ger, 722 Montgomery 

ACTON RICHARD, saddle and 
harness maker, 2603 Mission res 



Ackerman Ed, (Ackerman & Strauss) 
res 1309 Larkin 
^ Ackerman Hart S, (Ackerman, Block & 
t>. Co), res New York 

fr^" Ackerman I H, (Ackerman Bros) res 
1423 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore H, (*ckerman, Block 
. I & Co, res Palace Hotel 
O Ackerman Isidore, (Ackerman, Block & 
0| Co), res 1528 Sutter 



same 

Adair Annie, electric baths, 34 Ellis, res 
same 

Adam & Kibbe, (Thomas Adam and Mil- 
lard Kibbe) saloon junction Market, 
Geary and Kearny 

Adam Thomas, (Adam & Kibbe) res 814 
Hayes 

Adam A C. lawyer, Phelan Building, 
res 24iil Webster 

Adams A F, revenue broker, 423 Wash- 
ington, res 632 Eddy 

Adams A P k Co, coffee roasters and 
grinders, 51 Fremont 

ADAMS AMOS, (Golden Gate 

PuDiisnmg Co) res 110 Ninth 
Adams A P, (A P Adams & Co) res 1424 

McAllister 
Adams <K Butler, (J Adams and I Butler) 

livery stable, 1129 Market 
Adams Benjamin, boot maker, 1644 Polk 

res same 

ADAMS & CARTER, (John M 
Adams & Hm F Carter) agents Frue 
concentrator, mining and mechani- 
cal engineers, li9 California 

ADAMS CHARLES, real estate 
and general business agent, 305 
Kearny 

Adams Charles, merchant tailor, 13083$ 
Market, res 423 Laguna 

Adams Chris, guns, cutlery and spor- 
ting materials, 508 Commercial, res 
11 lu Broadway 



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ADAMS & CO, (I'eter Ward and 

Beberend Joost), real estate agents, 

cor Castro and Seventeenth 
Adams Edward, saloon, N W corner 

Twentysixtb and Folsorn, res same 
Adams Ed F, agent A S Barnes & Co 

publishers, 329 Sansome, res 

Wrights Station. 
Adams Emerson, Market, 173 Sixteenth, 

res 228 Shotwell 
Adams Geo P, land agent, 332 Mont'y 
Adams G W, president, lumber survey- 
or's association, res 708 Pine 
Adams House, H Greaves, proprietor, 

lodgings, 519 Sacramento 
Adams H W, manuf'r jewelry, 9 Geary, 

res same 
Adams Jacob, proprietor Broadway 

brewery, 637 : Broadway 
Adams James (Butler & Adams) 
Adams J E, (Brown & Adams) res 949 

Filbert, Oakland 
Adams John, restaurant, 534 Third, res 

528 Third 
Adams John M (Adams & Carter) re 

2510 Washington 
Adams John P, saloon, 2546 Folsom, res 

same 
Adams Rev J Q, Pastor Westminster 

Presbyterian Church, 730 Hayes 
Adams Jno Q, (H Hughes & Co) res 734 

8utter 

ADAMS JOHN QUINCY, at- 
torney at law. 420 California 

Adams Lawson S, (Adams, McNeil & Co), 
res 825 Bush 

Adams L O, (Adams & Pritchard) res 628 
Capp 

Adams Mary, saloon, 27 Pacific res same 

Adams, McNeil & Co, (Lawson, S Adams) 
wholesale grocers, 405 Front 

Adams Miss, varieties, 726 Brannan, res 
same 

Adams & Pritchard, (L O Adams and F L 
Pritchard) ship tinsmiths, gas fitting 
and plumbers, 505-5J7 Davis 

Adams Robert, bakery, 1049 Howard, res 
same 

Adams Walter E, (Wagner & Adams, res 
Howard near Fourteenth 

Adams W J, prest Powell street railroad 
Co, 32 Merchants Exchange 

Adams W J, wholesale and retail lumber 
Pier 17 Stewart, res Menlo Park 

Adams W H, importer of jewelry, 9 
Geary, res same 

Adams Will S. (Cunningham & Adams), 
res 439 O'Farrell 

Adams Wm, groceries and liquors, 
wood, coal, hay and grain, S. E. cor 
Fell and Gough, res 109 Oak 

Adamson W R H, 74 Montgomery block, 
rep 515 Broderick 



Adcock K Mrs, millinery, 10 Kearny and O 

748 Market 
Addison John, flowers and feathers, 1417 

Polk, res same 
Adelphi Hall, Rev Geo Newton, pres't 

607 California 
Adelsdorfer A, (Adelsdorfer & Branden- 

stein) res 1718 Bush 

ADELSDORFER & BRAN- 

DENSTEIN, (A Adelsdorfer and 
M Braudensteinj, Washington Man- 
ufacturing Co, importers teas, 
spices and coffees, 17-19 First 

Adelson J, stationer, 2li Sixth, res 
443 Tehama 

ADELSON PHILIP, artificial 
flowers, plants and feathers, 1417 
Polk, res same 

Adler Aaron A, grain broker, 314 Cali- 
fornia, res 1316 Van Ness Av 

Adler Charles, (\V & I Steinhart & Co), 
res Alameda 

Adler Charles E, (Fechheimer, Good- 
kind & Co), res 1510 Pine 

Adler Leopold, bootmaker, 408 3* Larkin 

ADMINISTRATOR PUB- 
LIC, James C Pennie, 426 Califor 
nia, room 2 

Adolph Ernst, diamond setter, 126 
Kearny room 10, res same 

Adolph & Goethals, (Harry Adolph and 
John Goethals) mattress and trunk 
makers, 812 Pacific 

Adrian Irank I, butcher, 5-6 Cal mkt, 
res 321 Turk 

ADVANCE ELECTRIC CO 

manufacturers electric belts, C H 
Wheeler manager, 126 Kearny 
-flETNA INS CO, Geo C Boardman 
general agent, '£ E Pope asst genl 
agent, N W Winton, city agent, 311 
California 

^ETNA LIFE INS CO, John h 

Sievens agent, . 1> Cal 

JETNA SPRING -WATER 

CO, A 1 Cooper agent, mineral 

waters, 757 34 Howard 
Afeld Joseph, music, 805 Larkin, res 

same 
Agard J J, special agent Hartford Fire 

Ins Co, res 1331 Filbert, Oakland 
AGER CAPT J E, manager with 

A B Forbes, ^14 Sansome, res 2842 

Mission 
AGER JAMES E, (Bacon & Co) 

N W cor Clinton ave and Oak, 

res Alameda 
Agnan Jaques, milliner, 1521 Market 
AGNEW MRS M A, confec 

tionery and varieties, 514 Post, res 

same 
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Aguirre Martin J, confectionery. 429 
Kearny, res 1314 Powell 

Ahern Catharine, bakery, 316 Folsom, 
res same 

Ahern William J, boots and shoes, 6 
Sixth res 535 Minna 

AHKMANN T, ' Bowhead Ex- 
change, wines, liquors and cigars, 
rooms andjboard, 44 Stewart 

Ahlbach Jacob, tinsmith and plumber 
231 Fourth, res 1506 Folsom 

Ahlborn & Boeckman, (Chas Ahlborn 
and Geo Boeckman) proprietors 
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man 319-323 Grant ave 
Ahlborn House, Ahlborn & Boeckman 

proprietors, 319-323 Grant ave 
Ahlenfeld M D, cigars and tobacco, 

103% Fifth, res same 
Ahlers Dick, saloon, 228 Pacific, res 704 

Battery 
Ahlers George, saloon, 229 Spear, res 

same 
Ahlers W, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Sixth and Bryant, res 504% Sixth 
AHLGREN;CHAS G, proprietor 

Finland Hotel, 26 Folsom 
Ahren Daniel, saloon, 9 Hunt, res 11 

Hunt 
Ahrens Bros &' Pein, (G H Pein, D 

Ahrens and G M Ahrens), saloon, NE 

cor Third and Mission 
Ahrens Christian, watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 616 Washington, res same 
Ahrens D & G, (D N Ahrens and Geo M 

Ahrens), liquors retail, SW cor 

Mission and Main 
Ahrens Diedrich N, (D & G Ahrens), res 

174 A Oakland 
Ahrens Geo M, (Ahrens Bros & Pein), res 

176 A Oakland 
Ahrens Henry, (Chicago Brewing Co), 

res 1436 Pine 
Ahrens Jacob H, saloon SE cor Davis 

and Commercial, res 1108 Wood, 

Oakland 
Ahrens & Menken, (Rudolph Ahrens and 

Frederick Menken), liquors retail, 

946 Valencia 
Ahrens Nicholas H M, grocer, 118 

Second, res 102 Minna 
Ahrens Richard, (Ahrens Bros & Pein), 

res Oakland 
Ahrens Rudolph, (Ahrens & Menken), 

res 946 Valencia 
Ahrens Wilkin, groceries, hay and 

grain, 744 Sixteenth res same 



Aigeltinger E & Co, (E Ageltinger & 
Henry Christman), hay and grain, 

Aigeltinger E, (E Aigeltinger & Co), res 

1427 Steiner 
AIKEN HENRY M, (Aiken & 

Sawyer, Noe nr Twenty-fifth 
Aiken Jas H, groceries, wines and 
liquors, NW cor Fifth and Folsom, 
res same 
AIKEN & SAWYER. (Henry 
M Aiken and George W Sawyer), 
wood, coal, hay, and grain, cor 
Twenty-second and Valencia 
AINSWORTH F W, manager 

Pacific Paper Co. 416 Sacramento 
Ainsworth George J, capitalist, 16 Ne 

vada Block, res North Temescal 
AINSWORTH WM, dealer in 
imported and domestic cigars and 
tobacco, snuff and smokers' articles 
650 Fourth, res Stanford Hotel 
Aitken E J, teas and coffees, 411 Hayes, 

res 1513 Broadway 
Aitken James, (Moynihan & Aitken,) res 

217 Devisadero 
AITKEN J, Magic Corn and Bunion 
Salve, also salve for strengthening 
back, 2643 Mission, res same 
Aitken J C, picture frames, 437 Hayes, 

res 633 Locust ave 
AITKEN JOHN R, attorney at 
law, 214 Sansome, res 1133 Shotwell 
Ajax Heaving Down Hulk Association, 
J N Knowles president, 28 California 
Akafedo A, fruits, 13 Valencia, res same 
Akerly C, physician, 435 Fourth 
Akins Wm, saloon, 706 Railroad ave, res 

same 
Akmann William, (Meyer & Akmann), 

res 1216 Seventeenth 
Alabama Mining Co, Wm H Watson sec- 
retary, 302 Montgomery, room 5 
Alameda and San Francisco Express Co 

A W Lind proprietor, 329 East 
ALAMEDA BUILDING & 
LOAN ASS'N, Chas K Clark 
sec'y, 411 California 
Alameda Ferry, foot of Market 
ALAMEDA LUMBER 
YARD, E M Derby & Co, office 22 
California 
Alameda real estate associates, Jas E 

Damon manager, 436 Montgomery 
ALAMEDA TRANSFER 
CO, Al J Sharp, Propr, Furniture 
and piano moving a specialty, San 
Francisco office 15 Market, Alameda 
office Argus Building 
Alameda Water Co, Moses Hopkins 

Pres, C A Grow Sect'y, 329 Pine 
Alamo Square Park, Fulton to Hayes, 
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COMPANY, Lewis Gerstle 

Pres, Max Heilbronner Sect y, office 

310 Sansome 
Alaska House, Chas Schroder Propr, 625 

Pacific _ ^.~. 

ALASKA MINING CO, 

(Sierra County), A Judson Sect y, 

320 Sansome room. 52 
Alaska M & M Co, J D Fry Pres, T J 

Hay, sec'y, 420 Montgomery 
ALASKA SALMON PACK- 
ING AND FUR CO, Max 

Pracht business agt, James Scott 

Sec'y. 405 Front 
Albach Henrv, confectionery, 1804 Polk 
Albany Brewing Co, Fritz Hageman Jr 

Pres, J A Schfetzer vice-pres, 71-75 

Everett 
Albemarle House, 8 Mason 
Alberger Chas R, assistant Wni C Al 

bcrger, res Oakland 
Albei ger Wra C, consulting civil engin 

eer, 328 Montgomery, res Oakland 
ALBERIGI D & CO,^ (D Alber 

igi & Jacopo Papera) wood and coal 

313 Broadway 
Alberigi D (D Alberigi & Co) res 313 

Broadway 
Albers Albert (Albers & Schmidt) ] 

Alameda 
Albers Geo H, meat market. 3407 Geary 

res i5 Johnson Ave 
Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors 

335 Fourth, res same 

ALBERS & SCHMIDT, (Albert 

Albers aud Henry Schmidt) oysters 

50-51-52 California market 
Alberti F, tuner with Byron Mauzy, res 

804 Vallejo 
Albertson J A, physician, 111 Powell, res 

Silver State 
Albion Mills, lumber, Henry "Wetherbee 

proprietor, 111 Market 
Albin Mrs J N, varieties, 1153 Folsom, 

res same 
ALBORA LUIGI, stationery ; 300 

Montgomery aveuue, res 3 Vallejo 

Place 

ALBRECHT ALBERT, hard 

ware, 1045 .Market, res 4 Octovia 
Albrecht August, (Schroder, Albrecht & 

Co) 222-224 Battery 
Albrecht & Co, (Ernest Albrecht and EN 

"Wilsou) employment office, 629 Cal 
Albrecht Ernest. (Albrecht & Co,) res 

cor Clay and Sansome 
Albrecht Eddie, barber. N W cor Haight 

and Scott, res 210 Scott 
Albrectt Fredrick (Albrecht & Son), res 

519 Pine 
Albrecht John, tailor, 519 Bush 
Albrecht Reinhold, barber, 154 Second 



Albrecht & Son (R Albrecht and F Al- 
brecht), cigar manuf.r, 154 Sceond. 

Albright Geo W, chief clerk U S Quar- 
termasters' Dept, 36 New Mont, res 
1263 Twelfth ave Oakland 

Alcazar Cafe, Isaac Robinson, 118 O'Far- 
rell 

ALCAZAR THEATRE, Geo 
Wallenrod, Geo Osborn and L P 
Stockwell lessees, 114 O'Farrell 

Aldine Co, (Sam Fook) manuf cigars, 
425 Commercial 

Aldine boarding house, 404 Turk 

Aldrich Stuart, asst secretary Public 
Schools, New City Hall, res 1034 
Jackson 

Aldrich W A, capitalist, 314 California, 
res Piedmont 

Alex J F, restaurant, 1403 Stockton res 
1131 McAllister 

Alexander A, tailor, 211 O'Farrell, res 
same 

Alexander Rev Bro, professor higher 
mathematics, St Mary College 

Alexauder Charles, cigars and tobacco, 
975 Market res 501 Jessie, 

Alexander Chas O, (O Alexander & son), 
res 1409 Alice, Oakland 

Alexander D, cigars 318 Sacramento res 
513 Taylor 

Alexander I E, carpenter, 616 Califor- 
nia, res 1707 Stevenson 

Alexander George W, (Osborn & Alex- 
ander, res 2432 Pine 

Alexauder G W, grain commission, 421 
California, res Palace Hotel 

Alexander Isaac, boots and shoes, 410 
Pacific 

Alexander James, wood and coal, Berry 
bet Third and Fourth, res ( 
Bryant 

Alexander J E, (R S Alexander & son), 
res 18' 6 Golden Gate Av 

Alexander Leo E, stationer and printer, 
202 Bush, res 916 Post 

ALEXANDER O & SON, 

(Orlando Alexander and Chas O 
Alexander), commission merchants 
and mdse brokers, 108 California 

Alexander Orlando, (O Alexander & ton), 
res 1409 Alice, Oakland 

Alexander R S, (R S Alexander & son), 
res 1806 Golden Gate Av 

Alexander R S & Son, (R S & J E Alex- 
ander), shipwrights and calkers, 
223 Drumm 

Alexander Mrs S A, restaurant, 238 Ellis, 
res same 

Alexander Mrs S, dressmaker and cor- 
sets, 34 Golden Gate ave, r 

Alexander S O & Co, <S Alexander, 
Abraham Marcus), wholesale cloth- 
ing, 2 and 4 Battery 



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Alexander S O, (S Alexander & Co), 
res 1102 Van Nessave 

Alf eritz Peter, (Dellepiane & Co), res 620 
Green 

Alfs "William. (Naber, Alfs & Brune), 
res 1528 Howard 

Alkus Emil, boots and sboes, 122 Sixth, 
res 727 McAllister 

Alladio Peter (Romani & Alladio), res 
404 Green 

Allardt G F, civil engineer, office 418 
California, res 1127 Linden, Oakland 

Allari Joseph, delicacies, 55-56 Califor 

nia Market, res 513 Geary- 
Allen Charles R, coal, coke" and iron 
120 Beale, res 318 Fourteenth, Oak- 
land 

ALLEN COL T H, U S pension 
agent, 328 Montgomery, room 14, res 
166 Fifth, Oakland 

Allen Darwin C, (Harrison & Allen), res 
Santa Rosa 

Allen David H, insurance broker, 421 
California, res 722 Van Ness ave 

Allen Mrs Delia M, dressmaker, 1129 
Mission, res same 

Allen Edward T, guns and sporting 
goods, 416 Market, res 2204 Jackson 

Allen Elizabeth L, Heath House, lodg- 
ings, 312 Eddy 

Allen E L, lumber, 42 Market, res 600 
Bush 

Allen F Emeison, artist and artist's ma- 
terials, 926 Larkin, res 717 Post 

Allen Frank H, (Allen & Higgins Lum- 
ber Co), res 822 Geary 

Allen Mrs G, dressmaker 208 Ellis, res 



Allen J M, (Newlands, Allen & Herrin), 

res SE cor Green and Buchanan 
Allen & Lewis, commission merchants, 

202 California 
ALLEN MRS M G, dressmaker 

208 Fllis, res .same 
ALLEN RICHARD K, general 

mgr Bankers and Merchanls' Mu 

tual Life Ins Assn, 328 Montgomery 

res 937 Adeline, Oakland 
Allen Win E, wood and coal, S E cor 

Turk and Jones, res 809 i^olk 
Allen W H (Ladd & Allen) attornev at 

law, 220 Sansome, res Oakland 
Allen William R, iron pipe and plumb 

ers' material, 405 Market, res 513 

Webster 
Allen W W, attorney, 230 Montgomery 
Alleq Eugene, buyer with Eugene Avy 

res San Jose 
Alliance Marine Assurance Co, (limited) 

of London, Parrott & Co agents, 306 

California 
Alligood Capt Chas A, assistant Quar- 
termaster, 36 New Mont, res Occi 

dental Hotel 
Allis E P & Co, flour mill furnishers 

114 First 
Allison D E (Littlefield, Allison & Co) 
Allison John C, book and general job 

printer, 802 Montgomery, res same 
Allman M/s T, saloon, 272 Brannan, res 

Allspaugh A M, carpenter, 125*$ Page, 

res 30 Page 
Allyne Jno W (Allyne & White) res N 

W cor Gnugh and Green 

ALLYNE & WHITE, (John w 

Allyne and vVm H White) importers 

and dealers of oils, paints etc, 112- 

114 Front 
Almon D & Co (David Almon) coopers, 

40 Commercial 
Almshouse, San Miguel road near Lake 

Honda 
Alpers Peter, produce, 202 Davis, res 

4 Scotland 



Allen Geo P, physician, 26 % Kearnv, 

res 212 Powell 
Allen & Ginter, (Richmond, Va), A Lynds 

manager, tobacco and cigarette 

manufacturers, 207 Battery 
Allen H H, mining, 318 Pine, room 17, 

Tes Occidental Hotel 
Allen & Higgins Lumber Co, Frank H 

Allen Pres and James E Higgins 

Sec and Treas, importers and dealers 

in hardwood lumber, 18 and 20 

Spear jAlphonse Mme, Florist, 615 Broadway 

Allen J, carriage builder, 1112 Howard, I Alsang Jacob, bootmaker, 1607 Gearv 

res same 
Allen James, restaurant, SE cor Berry 

and Fifth, res same 
Allen J A, (O'Shea & Allen), res 311 

Fourth 
ALLEN JAMES G, agent Joseph 

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ALPHA CON MINING CO 

29 Nevada block 



City, N J, S M Bixby & Co, George 
A Moss, Winan's Packing Co, N Y, 
and Eureka Oil Company, Pleasant- 
ville, Pa, 106 Davis, res 1317 Alice, 
Oakland 



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Alsina Andrew, restaurant and oy?ter 
saloon, 1303% Stockton, res 824 
Montgomery 

Allsopp J P C, stationery, 1575 Market 

Alstine A Van & Co, Dr'Gunn's bitters, 
Justin Gates manager, 722 Mont- 
gomery 

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Alt Christopher, boots and shoes, 606 

ALTA^CALIFORNIA, (Daily 
A aid* wSeMy), Alta California Pub 

Co, propr, 529 California „__ 
ALTA C ALIFORNIA PUB- 
LISHING CO, C. H. Livings 
felp", J W McClung Beefy. 529 
California . 

Alta Plaza, Clay to Jackson, Sterner to 

Scott 
ALTA S M CO, 302 Montgomery 
Win H Watson secretary, rooms 5-8 
Alta Soap Co, (Engwer & Weintraub,) 

proprs, 109-111 Oregon 
Altenburg P, (Hillyer & Altenburg), 

res 721 Union 
ALTHOF & BAHLS, (German 
Althof and John Bahls, book bind- 
ers, paper rulers and blank book 
manufacturers, 329 Sansome 
Althof Herman, (Althof & Bahls), 

951 Filbert, Oakland 
Althof T, restaurant. 626 Market 

1029 Valencia 
Althoff A, oyster house, 626 Market 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, 1024 Sutter, res 

1026 Sutter mk 

Altrenter William, lodgings, 825 Kearny 
Altschul Mrs Bertha, crockery and 

glass-ware, 1615 Polk 
Altschul L & Co, (L Altschul), crockery 

422 Sansome 
Altschul Leopold, (L Altschul & Co), 

res 1612 California 
Altshuler L, furnishing goods, 505 

Montgomery, res 633 Ellis 
Altshuler Miss Annette, artist, 633 

Ellis, res same 
Altshuler Mis« Ida, teacher of vocal 

music, 633 Ellis, res same 
Alvarado Milk Depot, Sam Poorman 

proprietor, 35 Ritch 
Alvarez C, cigar factory, 1216 Powell, 

res same 
at VES D, commission merchant 

417 Davis, res 356 B, Oakland 
Alves Joseph, barber, 1551 Market, res 

same _ 

Alvin A, (Alvin & Nelson), res Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
Alvin House, Mrs H Eldred proprietor 

120 Post, res same ■ 

Alvin & Nelson, (A Alvin & V Nelson) 

saloon, 102 Fifth 
Alvord Frank, fancy goods, 1219 Pacific. 

res same _ 

Alvord William, president Bank of Cal 
ifornia, president Pacific Rolling 
Mill, res Palace Hotel 
AMBROSE JAMES T, Plum- 
ber and gaa fitter, 1602 Valencia, 
res 710 Natoma 



AMADOR GOLD MINE, 



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E Luty secretary. 330 Pine, room 5 

Amador Tunnel Mill and Mining Co. 
328 Montgomery 

AMAZON INS CO, of Cincinnati, 
Smith & Moody general agents, 
RollaVWatt city agent, 317 Cali- 
fornia 

Ambrewster Mrs B, Carlton House, 
lodgings, 118 Grant ave, res same 

Ambrose Mrs C, bakery and confection 
ery, 37 Fifih, res same 

Amelung Mrs Anna, bakery, 159 Six 
teenth, res same 

Amelung Julius C. wines. 411 California 

Amendt Emil, cabinet maker, 506 Lar- 
kin, res same _.—_. « -,.-» 

AMERICAN BRIDGE AND 

BUILDING CO, Thos Thomp- 
son president, John P Sheldon sec- 
retary and treasurer, 22 California 

res AMERICAN CENTRAL INS 
CO of Si Louis, Smith & Moody 
general agents, Rolla V Watt city 
agent, 317 California 

AMERICAN CRACKER 

CO, Jas H Jennings president, G 
H Garthorne secretary, James Dunn 
vice-president and manager, biscuit 
manufacturers, office and salesroom, 
228 Front, factory cor Sansome and 
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American Eagle Association, M C Theil 
mann secretary, 123 California 

AMERICAN EXCHANGE 

HOTEL, Montgomery Bros, pro- 
prietors, cor Sansome and Halleck 

AMERICAN FIRE INS CO, 

of Philadelphia, Brown, Craig & 
Co general agents, 429 California 
American Fishing Co, (Pardini & Co), 
proprietors, fish, 500 to 506 Mer- 

American Insurance Co of Newark, N J 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co, general 
agents, Geo W Spencer manager 
316 California 

American Mercantile Union, F Kim 

mel! manager, H S Boys supenn- © 
tendent, 628 Montgomery, room 34^ 

American Oil Co, Alfred S Moore presi- ^ 
dent, JosiahO Low secretary, oils £. 
and paints, 17-19 Main 

American Railway Construction and W 

Land Improvement Company J 

Biidces president, K Nevada Block P 

AMERICAN SEWING MA- 

A CHINECO, E C Bodley general 

agent, 108 Thir d J . 

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dent, S O Putnam secretary, Liver 
pool, Carmen Island and Bay Salt 
217 Sacramento, factory Beale street 
wharf 
American Samson, physician, 405 
Kearny, res 1506 Howard 

AMERICAN STEAMROLL- 
ER ER INS CO, Brown, Craig k 
J4 Co general agents, 429 California 
American Sugar Refinery Co, refinery 
cor Battery and Union, EL G Steele 
& Co agents, 208 California 
American Sunday-school Union. 757 
Market 
Q .American Tea Company, grocers, 228 
— Ihird, and 140 142 Sixth 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

J iu Day proprietor, manufacturer 

S of well boring tools and all kinds of 

heavy and light forgings and steam 
Q) hammer work, 109 Mission 

2 American Tract Society, 757 Market 
AMERICAN WHIP CO, Key- 

ston Bros agents, 104 xMarket 
American Wine Co, (Oscar Greenbaum 
and C A Henry), native wine3, 1501 
Polk 
AMESEE, manager Studebaker Bros 
Manufacturing Co, res 827 Golden 
Gate ave 

AMES & DETRICK, (JPAme 

and E Derrick), bags, twines, tents, 
awnings, wagon covers, etc, 19-21 
L_ California and 124 Market 

r~ Anie* Fisher, attorney at law 607 
^ Kearny, res Hotel Bella Vista ' 

^ Ames Henry K Jr, fruits and vetables, 
^ 2944 Mission, res 136 Twenty-sixth 

Ames J P, (Ames & Derrick), res 1132 
ff\ Adeline, Oakland 

O*. Ames Phelan W, attorney at law, 320 
Sansome, room 21 

AMICK IMPROVED GAS 

REGULATOR, Martin k 
Morgan managers, 100 O'Farrell 
Amick M J, soda fountain, 826-828 

Market, res 1027 Mission 
Amkel A, barber, 1424 Polk, res same 

■ Ammerup G, paints, oils and glass, 1043 

I-" Market, res 40 McAllister 

L Amoore H E, president Japanese ree 
Importing Co, res Yokohama 
AMUS FRANK, cigars and to- 
bacco, 815 Battery, res same 
■ Anagnostopulos A, (Anagnostopulos & 

Stathopolis), res 208 Drumm 
Cf Anagnostopulos k Stathopolis, proprie- 

< tors Union Restaurant, 332 East 

. ANDERFUREN W J, pattern 
and model maker, 110-112 Beale 
res 320 Bartlett 



Andersen J, carpenter, 625 Washington, 

res 5 Everett 
Andersen John, (Holtum & Andersen) 
res 1309 Lyon * 

Andersen J M, saloon, 9 Clay, res same 
Anderson Mrs, lodging house, 174 Jes 

sie, res same 
Anderson A, restaurant and liquors 

648 Fourth, res same 
Anderson A, saloon, 250 Spear, res same 
Anderson Andrew, (Rasmussen & An- 
derson), res 208 Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, (Anderson & Co), res 

126 Capp 
Anderson Boley, (Anderson Bros), res 

1439 Market 
Anderson Bros, (H W and John Ander- 

son), wood and coal, 361 Brannan 
Inderson Bros, (Knight Anderson & 

Boley Anderson), carpenters and 

contractors, 1209 Market 
Anderson C A, (Anderson & Co), res 266 

Minna 
Anderson Mrs C E, furnishing goods 

2740 Sixteenth, res same 

ANDERSON CHAS E, stock 

broker, 318 Pine, loom 1 res 718 

Buchanan 
Anderson Claus, clerk with V Nelson 

res 612 Merchant 
Anderson C L, civil engineer, 419 Cali 

forma, room 16 

ANDERSON & CO, (A Anderson 
S * (iashvviler and E H Hanson) 
tents, awnings, grain bags, bur 
laps, duck and twine, 111 Clay and 
112 Commercial 
Anderson & Co, (C A Anderson), liquors, 

209 Jackson 
Anderson & Danielson (Harold Ander- 
son and Peter Danielson) whiteners 
and plasterers, 635 California 
ANDERSON F C, wool puller an<* 
tanner, cor St Thomas and Yazoo, 
res sam e 
Anderson F H, (Anderson & Levy) res 

405 Kearny 
Anderson G W & Co, (G W Anderson), 
Oakland and San Francisco express 
331 East 
Anderson G W, (G W Anderson & Co) 

res lfi74 Atlantic, Oakland 
ANDERSON H, madam, costumer, 

121 Stockton, re-i same 
Anderson Harold (Anderson & Dan 

lelson), res 1423 California, rear 
Anderson Hermann, saloon, 102 Jack 

son, res 789 Mission 
Anderson H W, (Anderson Bros), res 

3G1 Brannan 
Anderson J A, physician, room 4 Odd 
Fellows building, res 1U8 Folsom 



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ANDERSON J G, (Anderson and 
Olson) res G12 Montgomery 

Anderson John, (Anderson Bros), res 
316 Brannan 

Anderson James W, supt Public 
Schools, New City Hall, res 3044 Six- 
teenth n ^ 

Anderson Jno, carpenter, 781 Folsom, 
res 210 Howard 

Anderson Knight, (Anderson Bros), res 
1437 Market 

Anderson & Levy, (F H Anderson and 
Al Lew,) restaurant, 330 Kearny 

Anderson Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 1575 
Market, res same 

Anderson & McNiece, (Peter A Anderson 
and James N McNiece), saloon, 902 
Kearny . . _, , 

Anderson Mme H, costumer, 121 Stock- 
ton, res same w_.„. 

Anderson Niles, secretary California 
Transportation Co, res 10 Oak Grove 



Anderson N D, attorney at law, 438 Cal- 
ifornia, res 2926 Clay 
ANDERSON & OLSON, (J G 

Anderson and J P Olson), saloon, 
817 Kearny 

ANDERSON P, fish and oysters, 
Califorida Street Market, 2420 Cal- 
ifornia, res 2343 % Washington 

Anderson Peter A, (Anderson & Mc- 
Niece), res 902. Kearny 

Anderson Peter, (Christenson & Ander- 
son), res 518 Green 

Anderson Robert S, teacher Normal 
class, room 12 Odd Fellows' 
Building, re3 1023 Twenty-first 

Anderson Thomas, coal, 18 Drumm, res 
2209 Devisadero 

Anderson W B, (W S Ray & Co), res 14 
Liberty 

Anderson Winslow, physician, NE cor 
Powell and Broadway, 829 Broadway 

ANDES S M CO, (Nev), 2 Nevada 
Block 

Andrade G, commission merchant 
308 California, res 656 Folsom 

Andressen Henry, carpenter, 2610 Mis- 
siou, res same 

ANDREW MANUEL, hair- 
dresser, 537 Clay, res 40o Union 

Andrew William, boots and shoes, 2601 

Bush, res same 
ANDREW W O, artist and zinc- 
ogi aplier,620 Mercuant.res 190 8Ellis 
Andrews A, diamonds, watches and sil- 
verware, retail, 221 Montgomery 

ANDREWS & CORNELL. 

(C M Andrews and A A Cornell), 
coopers and manufacturers of wine, 
water and oil casks and coal tubs, 
417 Main 



Andrews C M, (Andrews & Cornell), res 
417 Main 

Andrews Col Geo P, (retired), res Santa 
Rosa, California 

Andrews Geo W, furniture, 512 Valen- 
cia, res same 

Andrews Mrs H, lodging house, 32 
Second 

ANDREWS HARRY, Proprie- 
tor Andrews' Repository and Utili- 
tarian agency, hardware, crockery 
and novelties, 2439 Mission, res 312 
Bartlett 

Andrews John C, Bakery, 337 M Turk 

ANDROS MILTON, attorney at 
law,J24 Sansome, res 3ulVan Ness ave 

Angell A J, money broker, 425 Mont- 
gomery, res 1127 Van Ness ave 

Angell H B, superintendent Golden 
State and miners iron works, res 
22' o Howard 

Angell J W, druggist, 272 first, res 23 
Hawthorne 

Angell W C, physician, NE cor Folsom 
and Second, res same 

Angelo C, bootblack, cor California and 
Montgomery, res 4 Varennes 

Angius John P, poultry and game, stall 
11 Pacific Fruit Market, res 815 
Montgomery 

Anglasay D, groceries and liquors, 713 
Brannan, res same 

ANGLO AMERICAN PRO- 
VISION CO OF OMAHA, 

Hummitsch & Bieith agents, Vli 
California 
ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN 

BANK. Frederick F Low and 

Ignatz Steinhart managers, N E cor 

Sansome and Pine 
Anglo-Mexican Mining and Land Co, 

Chas A Morse secretarv, 217 Sansome 
ANGLO-NEVADA ASSUR- 
ANCE CORPORATION 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. Geo 

L brander, president, CP Farnheld 

secretary. 410 Pine 

ANGLO -PACIFIC STEEL 

CO, Hy Woodcroft Hammond, 
president and manager. J8 Nev blk 

AngonetMrs B. laundry, 603 Post res 
same 

ANGUS & MILLER, (Wm An- 
gus and David Miller) grain and 
commission brokers, 26 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Angus J S, assistant manager Anglo- 
Nevada Assurance Corporation, 410 
Pine, res 1501 Washington 

Angus Wm (Angus & Miller) rea Oakland 

Augustine W. Bign painter, 522 Third, 
res cor Pacific ave and Chapin, Ala- 
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Anker A (Anker & Johnson) res 620 

California 
Anker & Johnson (A Anker and H John- 
cj son) res 639 Kearny 

£j Ankeis C, bakery and restaurant, 626 
Jjh Kearny 

J-h Ansbro James, fruit and vegetables, 
»[5 3036 Sixteenth, res same 

Ansley Washington, cooper, 14 Aler 
*-"! chant, res same 

^ ANSPACHER BROS, (Philip 

„ and Simon Anspacher), oommission 
VI merchants. 302 California, room 3 

t-3 Anspacher Philip, (Anspacher Bros), res 
|JJ 811 Pierce 

\-* Anspacher Simon, (Anspacher Bros), res 
^ 8 4 Fulton 

Antsett A &Co, (James Denehy, Daniel 

Donohue, and Charles Kreuter). 

proprietors Lafayette Brewery, 725- 

72 7 Green 

ANTELOPE SALOON 

(NEW), Peter G Neison propri- 
etor, SE cor Clay and Drumm 

ANTELOPE OYSTER 
HOUSE, Ferd Conrades proprie- 
tor, 612 Market 

Anthony E T & Co, (E T Anthony) re- 
packers of merchandise and sheep 
•wash, 407 Commercial 

Anthony E T, (E T Anthony & Co), res 
124 Oak 

Anthony Richard M, capitalist, 606 
Montgomery, room 23, res 964 Eigh 
teenth, Oakland 

Antisell T M, (T If Antisell Piano Co 
Seventh and Market .res 5C8 Eddy 

ANTISELL PIANO CO, T M 

headquarters for toe leading pianos 
of the world, Odd Fellows building 
. Seventh and Market 

<S Antonelle J S, railroad contractor, 3< 
Pq Merchants' Exchange, res 1123 

^ Myrtle Oakland 

Antonelli V, cigars and tobacco. 229% 
Montgomery ave, res cor Stockton 
and Broadway 
Antoni E, fish, stalls 1 and 2, Clay street 

Market, res 520 Merchant 
Antonet'i E, (Mason & Antonetti), res 

334 Beale 
Antonetti Edward, house painter, 334 

Beale 
Antonioli C, (C Antonioli & Co), res 

NW cor Merchant and Sinsome 
Antonioli C & Co, (Casimer Antonioli 
•^ and Peter Zenovich), saloon N"W 

t>" cor Merchant and Sansome 

Antunovich F, chop house, 520 Sacra- 
mento, res 712 Green 
Antz Henry, Butcher, Grand Western 
Market, stalls 15 and 16, res 107 
Austin 



Antunovich F (F Antunovich & Co), res 

12tX)Grei-n 
Antunovich F & Co, (F Antunovich) 

restaurant 403 East 
Apel John, collector and real estate, 

605 Montgomery, res Alameda 
Apelt Chas M, shirt manufacturer, 136 
Montgomery ave, res 1423 Stockton 
Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific 
Appel Samuel, tailor, 247 Fourth, res 

239 Oak 
Apple Jacob, (Upham & Co), and book 
keeper for Cunningham, Curtis & 
Welch, res 727 Grove 
Apple Robt L, treasurer, confidence 
law, collection and detective bu- 
reau, 220 Sansome 
Applegate Edward, fruit, 392 Dolores, 

res same 
Applegate J J, soap and soap material, 

12 Bush, res 1615 Webster 
APPLETON D & CO, publish- 
ers, Dorville Libby manager, 3 San- 
some 
Appiarins F W, groceries and liquors, 

931 Larkin and 1810 O'Farrell 
Appraisers Building, NE cor Washing- 
ton and Sansome 
Appy Harriet, physician, 631 Sutter 

res same 
Arata Andrea, (F Boitano & Co), res 

Union bet Stockton and Dupont 
Arata F, (F Arata & Co), 421 Broadway 
Arata F & Co, livery stable, 421 Broad- 
way 
Arata L, (L Arata & Co), res 907 Steiner 
Arata L & Co, (L Arata, C Casassa and 
L Paulucci), commission merchants, 
chants, 515-517 Davis 
Arata & Raggio, (S Arata, D Raggio and 
J B Ratto), fruits, vegetables and 
and produce, 801 Bush 
Arata Serafino, (Arata & Raggio), res 736 

Vallejo 
Arata Stefano, junk, 1526 Stockton, res 

same 
Arata Tatsata, consul Japan, Phelan 
Building 

ARBUCKLE BROS COF 

FEE CO, H W Smith agent, 116 

California 
Lrcade Boot and Shoe store, James 

O'Hanlon proprietor, 8 and 10 Mont 

gomery ave 
Arcade House, C F Smith proprietor 

45 Sacramento 
ARCADE RESTAURANT, 

Wm Korneck proprietor. 11-13 Sixth 
ARCADE SALOON, James E 

Ryan, proprietor, tsl5 Sixth 
Archery Hall, 1155 Mission 
Archibald Arthur, (P L Archibald & Co) 

res 28 Seventh 



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Archibald P L,(PL Archibald & 

res 100 McAllister 
Archibald P L & Co, (P L and Arthur) 

livery stible, 1342-1344 Market 
Archiel Joseph, boot black, SE cor Mis- 
sion and Third, res 7 Marietta Place 
Architectural Iron Works, (Martin 
O'Connell and Oscar Lewis), Foun 
dry, 230-236 Steuart 
Arctic Ice Co, Moses Hopkins president, 

C A Grow secretary, 329 Pine 
ARCTIC OIL 'WORKS, J N 
A Kno^vles mluager, Edward L Griffith 

secretary, office 28 California 
Ardigues & Co, restaurant, St Thomas, 

South San Francisco 
Arey W W, accountant, 411 M California, 

room 21, res 2225 California 
Arfsten B, proprietor Excelsior Hotel, 

608-610 Sixth, res 608 Sixth 
Arfsten William, saloon, 608 Sixth, res 

same _ „ 

Argenta Mining Co, E M Hall secretary, 

314 Montgomery 
Argieg Peter, clothing, 1407 Stockton, 
res same . __ 

ARGONAUT (THE), Frank M 

Pixley editor, 213 Grant ave 
Ariani Santi, saloon, 894 Front 
Arion House, Fred Huber proprietor, 

13-15 Page 
Aristide Gus, restaurant, 46 Stewart 

res 16^ Hunt 
Arizona Hotel, A Classen proprietor, 

11-13 Clay 
Arl Joseph, cigar manufacture, 40y 

East, res 720 Vallejo 
Arlie Mining Co. C C Harveyi;secretary, 

L'09 California 
Arlington House, Mrs W H Brown pro- 
prietor, 127 Kearny 
Armbruster Julius, engraver, 9 

room 19 
Armer & Co, (M Armer), manufacturer 

of cigars, 306-308 Sacramento 
Armer M, (Armer & Co) res 1424 Bush 

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Armory Exchange, Huber Bros pro 
prietors, NW cor Grove and Polk 

Armory Exchange, J F Dittmer, cor 
Minna and New Montgomery 

Armour Packing Co, James McCullough 
agent, 123 California 

Armstrong A F, commissions, 56 Neva 
da Block, res 2004 Bush 

ARMSTRONG G F, ™a na f« 
Chaa S Eaton's art department, 735 
Market 

Armstrong J, engraver, 9 Geary, room 
19, res same 

Armstrong J L Jr, stock broker 314 
Montgomery, res 812 Grove 

Armstrong J L, stock broker, 314 Mont- 
gomery, res 812 Grove 

Armstrong J T & Co, (J T Armstrong 
and J Ross), crockery and glass- 
ware, 627 Kearny 
Armstrong J T, (J T Armstrong & Co), 
res 250 Jessie ^ 

ARMSTRONG M J MISS, 

dressmaking, 131 Post 
Armstrong Joseph, agent for the marine. 

Germicide paint, 267 East, res 11 

Eighth, Oakland 
ARMSTRONG R, manufacturer 

of v ine and luger beer casks, beer 

kegs, etc, whiskey barrels, wine 

pipe and tanks of all sizes, 227-^29 

Main, res 1023 Hampshire 
Armstrong W F, (Lynch & Armstrong) 

res 307 Eighteenth 
Army Building. 36 New Montgomery 

ARMY & NAVY EX- 
CHANGE, *"eter Olsen propri- 
etor, 2(3 Montgomery ave, res 807 
Union 

Arnaud Albert, liquors retail. N W cor 
Dupont and Post, res 821 Post 

Arnheim S S, stationery and fancy goods, 
8 Stewart, res same 

Arnold A K, (P Felsenthal & Co) res 2527 
Fillmore 

Arnold B E. Valencia Market cor Twen- 
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and willow ware, 230-232 Front cor 
Sacramento . 

ARMES. G W, importer and job- 
ber, wooden and willow ware, 117- 
119 California, res 1118 Brush, Oak- 
land 

Armes C W, (Armes & Dallam), res 1201 
West, cor Fourteenth, Oakland 

Armstrong Mrs F F, lodgings, 121 Mont- 
gomery, res same 

Armitage W H, (Miller & Armitage), res 
318 Page 

Armknecht Louis, poultry, 76-77 Centre 
Market, res 1020 Army 

Armory Hall 156 New Montgomery 



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Association, 331 Kearny, res 1011 
Haight 
Arnold C, hatter, 407 Dnpont 
Arnold Charles S, (Arnold & Co), res 

514 Van Ness ave 
ARNOLD & CO, (Louis E Arnold 
and ChasS Arnold,) importers tin- 
ner's, plumber's and trunkmaker s 
supplies, 40 California 
Arnold Dr, specialist, 229 Geary 
Arnold F C, real estate, 223 Kearny, re. 

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ARNOLD F W, cooper, 3 Cham-|A«:r!W T«TT>r»T»-n '■ I 

ber, res 523 Octavia i77? ISIDORE, cigars and to- 

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ARNOLD GOLD AND SIL- 
VER MINING CO, A Judson 
secretary, office, room 52, 320 San- 
some 

Arnold Gottleib, butcher, Church near 
Twenty-eighth, res same 

A ?-£ 9 WH a HARDWARE 

tO, -Noah S Arnold President, and 
Olando H Bogart secretary, 109 Cal- 
ifornia and 23 Davis, room 14 

Arnold H B, groceries, cor Twentieth 
and Valencia, res 2329 Mission 

Arnold Louis E, (Arnold & Co) res 514 
Van Ness ave 

Arnold Mrs M A, lodging house, 14 
Mason 

jArnold Noah S, president Arnold Hard- 
ware Co, 23 Davis and 109 California, 
res 514 Van Ness ave 

ARNOLD POLLAK & CO, 

wholesale tobacco and cigars 120 

Battery 
Aron Morris, cigar manufacturer, 147 

Second, res same 
Aronson A. furniture, 407-409 Hayes, 

res Stockton bet Union and Filbert 
Aronson & Kestel, fruit and vegetables 

3 Sixth 
Aronson G & Co, (G Aronson), loan 

office, 126 Kearny, res 915% Sutter 
Aronson P N, ( B Blumenthal & Co), res 

1507 Scott 
Aronson Simon, (Aronson & Kestel), 201 

Taylor 
ARONSON A, cigar manufacturer, 

17 Harrison ave near Eighth 

ARONSTEIN DR A, M D, phy- 
sician and surgeon, 33 Kea^nv res 
1616 Sutter J ' 

Arouse Marius, barber, 203 Montgomsrv 
ave, res 1525 Dupont 

Arrata Frank, saloon, 526 Broad wav 
res same 

Art Association and School of Design 
430 Pine 

Arthur George F, barber, 1007 Valencia, 
res 1938 Stevenson 

Arthur House, 14 Turk 

ARTIGUES E & CO, tripe, 
brains, etc, Bay City Market, stall 18 
and stall 40, San Francisco Market 

lAsal Adolf, brushinaker, 1H7% Mission' 
res same 

Asberry, Mrs A T, Manuf'g corsets, 11 
Geary, room 3, res same 

Asch Isaac, barber, 215 Sixth, res 26 
Oak Grove avenue 



« o«^^, res 26 0ak Grove avenue 

ASCHE T HENRY, Centemeri 

kid gloves, lo Geary, res Brooklyn 

New York 

Ash Thomas, grocery, 125 Langton 

Ash & Matthews, (Robert Ash & H W 

Matthews), attorneys at law, 601 Cala 

Ash Robert, (Ash & Matthews), res 616 

.bills 
Ashby E W, attorney at law, 502 Mont- 
gomery, res San Rafael 
Ashby M T, sect'y Gover Mining and 
Milling Co, office, 402 Front, room 8 
res N Temescal 
Ashdown Archibald, accountant 310 

Pine 
Ashe R P, attorney at law, 418 Califor- 
nia, res cor Van Ness ave and 
Washington 
Asher A F, shirts and underwear man- 
ufacturer, 303 Grant, ave res 1596 
Bush 
ASHER JACOB, boarding, lodg- 
ing and saloon, 613 and 615 Larkin 
res same 
Asher Mrs Minnie, dry goods, 1426% 

Dupont, res same 
Asher M L, cigars and club room 1021- 

1027 Larkin, res 721 Ellis 
ASHER SIMON, manufacturer 
oil clothing, 325 Davis, res 107 
Trenton 
Asher William, clerk with H Seiler, res 

1596 Bush 
Ashford C W, general agent, 402 Mont- 
gomery room 1, res 8J4% Fifteenth 
Ashford Frank, Electric Relief, 636 Sac- 
ramento, res same 
Ashim Mrs M R, (Macnicol & Ashim) 

re3 714 Larkin 
Ashland Woolen Mills, Morris Baum 

agent, 105 Battery 
ASHLEY MRS W H, dress 

maker, 12'J Sutter, room 51 
« S « m ~ d 2 S ' car Penter, 41 Sicramento 

"ASK HIM" SALOON, William 

ioley proprietor, N W cor Seven 
teenth and Folsom 

Ashton Cha.les, real estate agent, 409 
Montgomery, res Baden, San Mateo 
Co 

Ashworth Thomas, Street Superinten- 
dent, New City Hall, res 8J6 McAl- 
lister 

Asmann A, (A Asmann & Co) res 910 
Washington 

ASMANN A & CO, (A Asmann) 
fancy groceries and delicacies, 88 
to 91 California Market 



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Aspelin Carl, cigars and tobacco retail'Atlantic Straw "Works, J M Forrest, 104 ~U 
427 Washington Fifth |T| 

ASPHALTUM ROOFING ATLAS ASSURANCE CO of LJ 

fJO. (F Goodwin) 521 Turk London, H M Newhall & Co agents, »\J 

309-311 Sansome Tl 

?LAS IRON WORKS, J B ~t 

Jardine proprietor, manufacturer r% 
of engines, boilers, shafting and all! 



CO, (F Goodw 
Assessor, J C Nealon, New City Hall 
Assion Henry, tailor, 730 Yallejo res 



ASSOCIATED PRESS, ARich- 

ardson agent, 302 Montgomery 
st E L, barber, 505 Washington, res 

Sixteenth near Sanchez 
Astbury J, fancy dry goods, 164 Ninth 

res same 
Astor Block, 631 Sacramento 
Astor House, 522 Pine 
Astorg, butcher, 108 Fifth 

ASTORG MARCELLEN, pro 

prietor San Jose Market, 154 First, 
res 112 First 

Astredo Anthony, saloon, S E cor Stock- 
ton and O'Farrell, res 914 Vallejo 

Atchinson B M & Co, (C M Atchinson 
and E L Cutten) dairy produce and 
provisions, 16, 17, 28, 30 Center Mar- 
ket 

Atchinson C M, (B M Atchinson & Co) 
res East Oakland 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail 
Road, John L Truslow general 
agent, 2 > Montgomery 

Athearn C G, (Athearn & Co) res 1011 
Treat ave 

Athearn & Co, (C G Athearn), groceries, 
provisions, ship stores, etc, 54-56 
Steuart 

Atkins J, saloon, 210 Grant ave, res 304 
Thiid 

Atkins Robert C, (Orr & Atkins), res 
Gearv 

ATKINSON GEORGE F, 

manufacturer California wood arti 
cles and fancy wood turner, 259 
First, office 11 Clementina 

Atkinson Nathan, capitalist, 330 Pine, 
room 5, res 803 Golden Gate ave 

Atkinson Thos T & Co, stock brokers, 
337 Pine 

Atlantic Brush Co, (J C Blair and R 
Blair), brushes and brooms, 510 
Montgomerv 

ATLANTIC CONSOLIDAT- 
ED MINING COMPANY, 
D M Kent secietary, 33u Pine, room 

ATLANTIC FISH CO, dry and 

pickled fish, Thos J Knowles agent 

208 Sacramento 
Atlantic and Pacific R R, W A Bissell 

general passenger agent, 4 New 

Montgomery 
Atlantic Dynamite Co, Albert Dibble 

president, L B Chapman secretary 

30 California, works McCainsville 



kinds of machinery, punching and \JJ 

shearing machinery a specialty, 

213-215 Mission 
Attel Marks, watchmaker and jeweler, 

225 Third, res same 
Attell Seymoure, merchant tailor, 19 

Third, res 505 Turk 

ATWOOD, AT WOOD & CO, 

(B H Atwood and "W F Boardman), 

saddlery and carriage specialties, 

109 California 
ATWOOD B H, (Atwood, Atwood 

& Co), res 336 O'Farrell 
ATWOOD HENRY R, marine 

surveyor, 306 California, res 1031 

Seventh ave, Oakland 
ATWOOD MELVILLE, min 

ing engineer, 402 Montgomery, 
room 29, res Saucelito 
Atzeroth Frederick, grocer, 1300 Eddy 
Aubert Albert, provisions, etc, stall 10, 
San Francisco Market, res 818 
Broadway 
Aubertin George, Hairdresser, 724 Bran- 
nan, res same 
Aubin L C, fruits, 821 % Polk, res same 
Aubonnet Mrs J, proprieter Acme 

House, 961 Market, res same 
Aubrey Brothers, (Charles B Aubrey and 
E E Aubrey), fruit, dairy produce, 
cigars and tobacco, N W cor Twenty 
Third and Valencia 
Aubrey E E (Aubrey Bros) res N E cor 

Chattanooga and Twenty Third 
Aubrey Charles B, (Aubrey Bros) res 

130 Live Oak 
Andemard Catharine, French laundry, 

478 Tehama, res same 
Auditor, Fleet F Strother, New City 

Hall 
AUERBACH A, res 724 Harrison 
AUERBACH & THOMP- 
SON, fringes and tassels, 751 Mar- 
ket 
Aufrichtig Morris, jewelry manuf.tc 
turer and practical watchmaker, 116 
Sixth, res 5 Russ 
Auger Mme F, milliner, 615 Larkin 
August Phillips, hairdresser, 336 East 

res 908 Sansome 
Augustus Mrs F, varieties, 1007 McAl- 
lister, res same 
Aultman M & MCo, El Dorado Co, Call 
fornia, J M Buffington secretary 
309 California 



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res AYER WASHINGTON, phy- 
1309 Powell sician, 410 Kearny, res 1622 Clay 

Auradou A L & Co, (A L Auradou and A|Ayers C L, car dispatcher, Hayes St 

cable line, res 1650 Hayes 
Ayers Irvin, (D L Beck & Sons), res 12C6 

Oak, Oakland 
Ayers J C, Sargeant Police, New City 
Hall, res 627 Larkin 



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stall 1, Clay Street Market 

Aurich Mrs A B, fancy goods and sta- 
tionery, 1804 Geary 

Austin Geo B, saloon, 1515 Polk, res 
same 

Austin Henry S, (Thos H Selby & Co), 
res 712 Grove 

Austro- Hungarian Consul, R Hochkof- 
ler, 203 Front 

Automatic Bank Punch Co, F H Brey- 
fogle agent, 306 Sacramento 

Automatic Sewing Machine, A T Eggle- 
ston manager, 124 Post 

Auzerais House, 29 Grant ave 

AVENUE HOUSE, John Serre, 
proprietor, lodging, 304 Stockton 

AVENUE HOUSE, Joseph Kos- 
ter, proprietor, cor Geary and Cen- 
tral ave 

Aver Jas H, saloon, 896 Illinois, res 



919 



Aver Mrs S E, Home Restaurant 
Mission, res 923 i£ Mission 

Averill Harry C, book-keeper W L Dun- 
can, res 139 Page 

Avery D R, (D R Avery & Co), res 1437 
Steiner 

Avery D R & Co, (D R Avery), farm pro- 
duce, 18-19 Centre Market 

Avery J B, saloon, cor twentyflrst and 
Mission, res same 

Avery R J, block and pump maker, 3f 
Sacramento, res 93 Silver 

AVY EUGENE, wholesale dealer 
in sheep and wool, commission 
merchant, agent sheep dip, bags and 
twine, 320 S.tnsome, room 11 

Ayer Oliver D, (Spencer & Ayer), 1723 
Market 

Axel Mrs Mary, bakery, 511 Laguna, res 



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Axelrood Max, physician, 217 Kearny 

AXFORD WILLIAM, foun 

dry, Harrison bet Eighteenth and 

nineteenth, res N "W cor Twenty 

Fifth and Noe 

AXFORD WILLIAM JR, 

foreman Axford's foundry, res 734 

Capp 
Axtman Leopold, bakery, 221 Fourth, 

res same 
Ayala Ramon, barber, 304 Folsom res 

Same 
Ayer Cyrus, Tremont restaurant, 1723 

Market, res same 

I Ayers Harry, saloon, 101 Stockton 
Ayer Joseph Y, carpenter, Hardie bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth, res 724 
Seventeenth 



Babb Milton E, Attorney at law, 605 

Clay, res same 
BABBITT B T, soap manufactory, 
W A Lieber agent, 208 Sacramento 
Babbitt J H, Excelsior Straw Works, 

res 1341 Howard 
Babcock Wm, (Parrott & Co), res San 

Rafael 
BABIN LANDRY C, real es- 
tate and insurance broker, 612 Com 
mercial, res 1213 Filbert 
BABSON SETH, architect, 318 

Pine, room 37, ies Alameda 
Baccelli P, (P Baccelli & Co), res 1611 

Geary 
Baccala Emile, (Baccala & Son), res 536 

Washington 
Baccala L & Sons, (Louis, Emile and Cle- 
ment), restaurant, 5o6 Washington 
Baccala, Louis, (Baccala & Sons), res 536 

Washington 
BACCELLI P & CO, (P Baccelli 
and G Martini, fruits, 1611 Geary 
and 1517 Buchanan 
Bacci Joseph, (Bacci Santi & Co), 635 

Vallejo 
Bacci Santi, (Bacci Santi & Co), 635 Val 

lejo, res same 
Bacci Sanli & Co, wood and coal, res 635 

Vallejo 
Baccus R T, meat market, S W cor O'Far- 

rell and Mason, ies 319 O'Farrell 
Bach Chas, brewer's supplies, 535-537 

Sacramento, res 1583 Folsom 
Bach Gustave, physician, 43 Sixth, res 

1024 Geary 
Bach John, (Bach, Meese & Co), res 2022 

Mission 
Bach, Meese k Co, (Hermann Meese and 
John Bach), wholesale wines and 
liquors, 321 Montgomery 
Bachelder H W, stenographer, Lloyd 

& Wood, res 116 Turk 
Bacher Chas S, meat market, cor Clay 

and Taylor, res 1135 Clay 
Bachman Bros, (H S Bachman, N 8 
Bachman, D S Bachman and L 8 
Bachman), importers of dry goods, 
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Bachman D S, (Bachman Bros), res 1617 

Van Ness ave 
Bachman Mrs F E, fancy goods, 2124 

Mission, res same 
Bachmann J, hardware and cutlery. 729 

Clay, res same 
Bachman L S, (Bachman Bros) 

Leavenworth 
Bachman N S, (Bachman Bros), res 1716 

Van Ness ave 
Bachman Simon, (Esberg, Bachman & 

Co), res 1509 Gough 
Bacigalupi A L & Co, (A L Bacigalupi & 

8 Casassa), vegetables and fruits, 

507 Washington 
Bacigalupi A L, (A L Bacigalupi & Co), 

res 2 Telegraph Place 
Bacigalupi F, boarding house, 412 

Broadway, res same 
Bacigalupi G, (Jaccheri & Bacigalupi), 

res 524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi G, boots and shoes, 427 % 

Broadway 
Bacigalupi Lawrence, saloon, 1341 

Dupont, res same 
Bacigalupi P & Co, painters, 1408 

Dnpont 
BACIGALUPO DOMINIC, 

winery aud retail wines and 
liquors, 1419 Dupont, res same 

Backer Peter, saloon, 530 Hayes, res 
same 

BACKUS J H, lunch and wine 
rooms, cor California and Davis 

Backus Mrs Nellie G. national sect'y 
Woman's Relief Corps, 419 Califor- 
nia, room 1 1 , res Santa Barbara 

Backus Oscar J, (Geo H Tay & Co), res 
1424 Adeline, Oakland 

Bacome Wm, (Flood & Bacome), res 
268 Clementina 

BACON & CO, (Jacob Bacon and 
James E Ager), printers, rulers, 
and binders, 5.8 Clay, and 609 San- 
some 

Bacon Gaston E, (Abramson, Bacon & 
Heunisch), aud (Abramson & Bacon), 
res 1421 Steiner 

Bacon Henry D, capitalist, 307 Sansome, 
room 1, res 960 Oak, Oakland 

BACON JACOB, (Bacon & Co) 
res 2*00 California 

Bacon J B, saloon, 213 Montgomery 
res IU1 Post 

Bacon Joseph S, agent Boston and Phil 
adelptiia marine underwriters, 21 
California, res 8' 6 Jones 

Bacon Martin, (Chas P Harris & Co), res 
Alameda 

BACON MISS MAE HE 

LENE, (Misses Emerson i 
bacon), res Silver State House 



Badaracco Antonio, wines and liquors, 
1308P:cific 

Badaracco David, wood and coal, 1316 Pac 

Badger Hill and Cherokee Gravel Min- 
ing Co, Henry Pichoir secretary, 
320 Sansome, room 24 

BADGER WM G, Pacific Coast 
agent Hallett & Davis Co pianos, 17 
Post, res Fruitvale 

BAD LAM ALEX, president 
Bankers and Merchants Mutual 
Life Association, office 322 Mont- 
gomery, res 1024 Franklin 

Bsehr J M, saloon, 414 Sansome, res 
1517 H Market 

Bsehr William, manufacturing jeweler, 
649 Sacramento, res 1721 Sacramento 

Baehr Wm Jr, grain broker, 108 Davis, 
res 1721 Sacramento 

Bagala L, oyster house, 3131 Mission, 
res SE cor Twenty-fifth and Ala- 
bama 

Baggett Wm T, attorney at law, 305 
Kearny, res 2901 Jackson 

Baglietto L & Co, (G Gracchi and L Bag- 
lietto), commission merchants, 421 
Davis 

Baglietto L, (L Baglietto & Co), res 14 
Codell 

Bahls John, (Althof & Bahls), res 942 
Linden, Oakland 

Bahr Louis, wood and coal, 1305 Bu 
chanan, res same 

BAHRS GEO H, attorney at law 
220 Sansome, res 1515 Broadway 

Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, SE 
cor Twelfth and Folsom, res same 

BAILEY CHAS H, (Hasiett & 

Bailey,) res 226 Fair Oaks 
Bailey Geo, proprietor Kailroad House, 

res 533 Commercial 
Bailey I L, fruits and vegetables, 911 

Harrison, res same 
Bailey J C, leather and wool, 218 Cali- 
fornia, res San Mateo 
Bailey James D, (Union Insurance Co), 

res Oakland 
Bailey J H, books, stationery and hard- 

w'are, 524 Montgomery ave, res 830 

Union 

Bailey Mining Co, Wm H Watson secret- 
ary, 302 Montgomery rooms 5-6 
Bailey Mrs M, saloon, 71 Minna, res 

same 
Bailey N J, saloon, 444 Third, res same 
Bailey & O'i onnell, (Thos J Bailey & 

Thomas J O'Donnell), plumbers and 

gas fitters, 542 Hayes 
Bailey Thomas & Co, (Thomas Bailey), 

wool graders, packers and scourers, 

cor Fifth and Bluxome 
Bailey Thomas, (Thomas Bailey « Co), 

res 702 Van Ness Ave 



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Bailey Thomas J, (Bailey & ODonnell), 

res 528 Hayes 
Bailey W H, 401 California, res 1379 

Franklin, Oakland 
Baillo Joseph, cigars and tobacco, 117 

Jackson 
Bailly Achille, (Bailly Bros), res 514 

Gilbert 
Bailly Arthur, (Bailly Bros), res 2328 

Pine 
Bailly Bros, (Arthur Bailly k Achille 

Bailly), cooked meats, 71 Cal mkt 
Baily Col Elisha A, medical director, 

216 Phelan building, res 634 Golden 

Gate ave 
Baily Shephard D, lodgings, Tehama 

House, 438 Broadway 
Baily W J, proprietor Isthmus House, 

54 First 
Bain John, Treasurer California Savings 

and Loan Society, res 31 Perry 
Baird Andrew, stock and bond broker, 

438 California, res Berkeley 
Baker A & A, (Augustus Baker), picture 

frames, 742 Mission 
Baker Augustus, (A & A Baker), res 

Oakland 
Baker Charles, baker, 508 Sixteenth, res 

same 
Baker C F, (Witzel & Baker), res 1204 

Leavenworth 

BAKER DIVIDE M CO, r> m 

Kent, sect'y, 330 Pine 

BAKER G H, lithographer, 581 
Mission, res Green bet Baker and 
Lyons 

BAKER & HAMILTON, (L L 
Baker ana R M Hamilton), agricul- 
tural implements, hardware, wag- 
ons, buggies, etc, N. W cor Pine and 
Davis 

Baker Isaac M, groceries, 100 Eddy res 
813 Valencia 

Baker Jno, bootmaker, 427 Fourth 

Baker Judah, commission merchant 
202 Sacramento, res 321 First 

Baker Liddell, attorney at law, 609 Sac 
ramento 

Baker L L, (Baker & Hamilton), res 1882 
Washington 

Baker L F, commission merchant, 125 
Wa-hington 

Baker MM, proprietor, Olymic Theatre, 
105 Grant ave, re« 101 Grove 

Baker O S, attorney at law, 318 Pine, res 
2211 Webster 

Baker S, restaurant, 6 Waverly 

Baker Sam'l, agent Garcia Saw Mill, 202 
Sacramento, res 815 E Fifteenth, 
Oakland 

BAKER -WALTER T, photo 
graphic view artist, 1073 Market, 
res same 



Baker Wm, bakery, 1036 Clay, res same 
Baker's Home, (John Moeller and Fred 

Grauffel), lodging house and saloon 

623-625 Clay 
Balcynski Mieczislas, architect, 1150 

Folsom, res same 
Bald Mountain Mining Co, Henry Pic- 

hoir treasurer, 320 Sansome 
Baldochi F, fruits and vegetables, cor 

Mason and O'Farrell 
Baldocchi G, fruit and vegetables, 2501 

Howard, res same 
Baldochi R, fruit and vegetables, 2206 

Fillmore 
Baldwin,— (Baldwin, Hall & Krooss), res 

SE cor Mission and Twentieth 
Baldwin A S, (McAfee Bros), res 

Bella Vista Hotel 
Baldwin Alexander W, (Brooks & 

Baldwin), res cor Adeline and 

Eighth, Oakland 
Baldwin A W, superintendent Porter, 

Slessinger & Co, res 317 Jones 
Baldwin Barry, (Blum, Baldwin & Gir 

vin), res 318 East Seventeenth, Oak 

land 
BALDWIN, DRY AIR AND 

COLD WAVE REFRI- 
GERATORS, SAD Jones and 

Co agents, 109 California 
Baldwin E J, capitalist, affice 27 Ellis, 

res 1217 California 
Baldwin F A, agent B L Solomon & Son, 

632 Market, res Silver State House 
Baldwin, Hall & Krooss, (Baldwin, 

James H Hall and Claus Krooss), 

proprietors Original Mission Rink, 

2409-2411 Mission 
Baldwin H S, physician and surgeon, 

612 Clay, res same 
Baldwin J C, commission merchant, 109 

California, res Oakland 
BALDWIN J W, contractor and 

builder, 321 Sutter, res same 
Baldwin News Co, J Calisher proprietor, 

cor Market and Powell 
Baldwin O D, real estate agent, 238 

Montgomery, res 113 Powell 
Baldwin S C, physician, 850 Market 

room 14, res 2924 Clay 
BALDWIN THE, Pearson & 
Arnold proprietors, cor Market and 
Powell 
Baldwin Theater, 932 Market 
BALFOUR,GUTHRLE & CO, 

(Robert Balf our,Alexander Guthrie, 
Robert B Forman and Robert 
Bruce), shipping and commission 
merchants, 316 California 
Balfour Robert, (Balfour, Guthrie & 

Co), res Oakland 
Balfrey John, shoemaker, 506^ Howard, 
res same 



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FattlSOU £■ A. & vO. Trimmings of every description. 308 Stockton . 

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Brammann Fred, groceries, wines and 
liquors, NE cor Eighteenth and 
Shotwell, res same 
Bancroft A L, president Bancroft Whit- 
ney Co, res 1605 Franklin 



groceries, 
cor Shot- 



BALL ALFRED, 

wines and liquors, N 

w 11 and Twentieth, res same 
BALL A EVERETT, attorney 

at law, 39-40 Merchant's Exchange, 

re* 405 Taylor 
Ball Gardner, (Ball & Julian), res Palace 

Hotel 

Ball J, lodging house, 1155*5 Second 
Ball & Julian, (Gardner Ball and Geo N 

Julian), graders and wool packers, 

436 Townsend 
Ball Robert C, architect, 302 Montgom- 
ery, room 14 
BALLARD E R, physician, 36 

Geary 
Ballard D, grain broker, 122-124 Davis, 

res Alameda 

BALLARD GEORGE, house 

and sign painter, 119 Davis, res 31 

Everett 

Ballard George, stove repairs, 616 Post, 
Ballard & Hall, (I R Hall), wool broker 

and commission merchants, 426 

Townsend 
Ballard John, (W H Martin & Co), « 

Claremont ave, Oakland 
BALLARD LAS, homeopathic 

physician, 205 Powell 
Ballinger Mrs F, candy manufacturer, 

308 Turk 
Balny Aug K, feathers dyed and cleaned, 

119 Stockton, res 1003 Buchanan 
BALNY A J, ostrich and fancy 

feathers, 608 Market, res 558 Olive 



ave 
BALOUN J L, merchant tailor, 

6^1 Washington, res 12 Point Lobos 

ave 
Balssa Mme, laundry, 812 Jackson 

BALTIMORE HOUSE, lodg- 
ing house, M V Kendall, proprietor 
502 Bush cor Grant ave 

Baltimore and Ohio, and Ohio and Miss 
isippi railroad, Peter Harvey gener 
al Pacific Coast agent, 618 Market 

BALTIC AND SCANDIN- 
AVIAN STEAMSHIP 
LINE, A. W. Myer general agent, 
401 California 

Balzer Henry & Co, New York Under- 
writers agency, C Bertheau manager, 
209 Sansome 

Bamberger J & Co, (J Bamberger), man- 
ufacturers cigars, 205 Front, res 1318 
O'Farrell 

Bamberger & Kaempfer, (S S Bamberger 
& Morris K;rmpfer), wines and 
liquors, 657 Market 

Bamberger Sigmund S, (Bamberger & 
Kaempfer), res 1417 Octavia 

Bammann Diedrich, groceries and liq 
uors, 219 Fourth, res same 



BANCROFT A L & CO, pub- 

lishers, booksellers, stationers and 
manufacturers, 607 Market, Musioal 
Department, 114 Grant ave 
BANCROFT BROTHERS, 

(Andrew J Hatch. Charles E, Harlow 
P and George H Bancroft), book- 
sellers, publishers and school fur- 
nishers, 532 Market 

Bancroft Charles E, (Bancroft Brothers)!^ 

res 1827 Sacramento i/y\ 

Bancroft George H, (Bancroft Brothers) **J 

res Berkeley 
Bancroft Harlow P, (Bancroft Brothers) 

res 1827 Sacramento 
BANCROFT H H, president, 

The History Co, 721 Market, res 

1298 Van Ness ave 

BANCROFT W B & CO,(^B 

Bancroft) printers, 49}* First 

BANCROFT W B, <W B Ban- 
croft & Co), res 417 McAllister 

Bancroft Whitney Co, (A L Bancroft, 
president), publishers and import- 
ers of law books, 609-613 Clay 

Band J, tailor, 108 Phelan Building, res 
71 Jj Shipley 

Band Joseph, butcher, S W cor Valencia 
aud Eighteenth, res 707 Valencia 

BAND STEPHEN, bakery and 
confectionery, 409 Union, res sam 

Bandmann Julius, (Bandman, Nielse 



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Nielsen) importers and commission {J 

merchants and general agents for m 

the Giant Powder Co, 30 California Mj 
Banduci M, fruit and vegetables, 180 JJ 

fifth, res same rr\ 

Banister D W, (Hoarfield, Banister A: y* 

Co) res 68 Second 
BANISTER GEORGE, oyster 

and coflee saloon, S W cor Fourth 

and Berry 
Bank of British Columbia, W Powell 

manager, S E cor California and 

Sansome 

BANK OF BRITISH 
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Liwsou and C E Taylor agents, Mi 
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Alex Badlarn president, Richard 
K Allen general manager, 322 
Montgomery 
Bankers Life Association, St Paul, Min 
nesota, Jennings & Henley gener 
al agents, 317 California 
Banks Wm G, (Copeland & Banks) 
Bankson J R, saloon, 1151 Market, res 

same 
Bannan "Wm, (Wra Bannan k Co), res 
t*j 2012 Pierce 
_£3 Bannan Wm & Co, (Wm Bannan), 
Cc] I stock broker, 316 Montgomery 

BANNER TOBACCO CO, 

manufacturers of tobacco and 
cigars, Frank X Cicott agent, 406 
Market 
Banner V, (V Banner & Co) 
Banner Victor & Co, (Victor Banner) 
r l_ ! clothing and furnishing goods, 35 
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Barbich A E, (N Fillipich & Co) res 421 
Harrison 

Barbier Felise. paper hanger and dec- 
orator, 1511 % Mason, res same 

Barbieri & Atkins, saloon, 210 Grant 
ave 

Barbieri G, (Giugui & Barbieri) res 408 
Clay- 

Barbieri G, saloon, 686 Mission 

Barbieri P, (Levaggi & Barbieri) rt 
Union bet Mason and Taylor 

BARBIERI S & CO, fruits re- 
tail, 214 Third 

BarbonrClitus, attorney at law, 8 Mont- 
gomery ave, res 1520 Golden Gate 
ave 

Barchardt Mrs Elizabeth, millinery, 
2123 Mission, res same 

Barclay Peter T, (Barclay & Robertson) 
res 1924 Clay 

BARCLAY & ROBERT 
SON, (Peter T Barclay and B C 
Robertson) shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, 418 California 

Bardet Alexander, president Bardet 
Milling Co, res 320 Lombard 

Bardet Milling Co, Alexander Bardet 
president, Jay Demming vice-pres, 
Leon Maison sec'y. 221 First 



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Resident managers International 

Law Association, 330 Pine rooms 

42-43 
IBANNERMAN R A, (Banner 

man & Lanan) res 118 Tenth 
iBannick C, groceries and liquors retail, 

cor Venezuela and Platte 
[Banning Miss E, dressmaker, 228% 

O'Farrell res same 
( -£j Bannister G, oyster and coffee saloon, 
.J~J Fourth and Berry 

S BANNISTER W D, (Hoarfield, 
Bannister & Co) res 508 Second 

^ BAPTIS JOHN H, manufacturer 
' ' of gold pens, 344 Kearny, r?s Ber- 

keley 
Baptista Jose, Lisbon House, res 315 

Drumm 
Barbat J, physician and druggist, S E 
cor Leavenworth and Clay 



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Barbee C P, carpsnter, 20 Hayes 

3}$ Larkin 
Barber G A, upholsterer, 506 Geary res 
419 Geary 

f> Barber George B, book-keeper C D Ladd 
res 1907 Polk 
Barber Phenis, architect, 126 Kearny, 
res 208 Jones 
»xj 'Barker R L, tailor, 32% Ellis, res same 
q iBarber Wm, attorney at law, 320 San- 
O some, room 20, res San Rafael 



Main, res N E cor Secondhand 

Natoma 

Bare Bros, (Edward and Solomon Bare) 

carpets, furniture etc, 322-324 Hayes 

Bare Edward, (Bare Bros) res 610 Hayes 

Bare Solomon, (Bare Bros) res 519 Ful 

ton 
Bareilles John, (John Bayle & Co) res 

Seventh ave bet L and M 
Bargone L, saloon, 1118 Dupont 
Barkan A, physician, 14 Grant ave, 

room 6, res 18U8 Gough 
Barker Alfred Z T, house and sign 

painter, 1745 Mission, res same 
Barker Hosea, stationery, 2600 % Sacra 

mento, res same 
Barker Mrs F L, bakery and varieties 

1745 Mission, res same 
Barker Isaac, mauager Crystal National 

Yeast Co, res 3*9 Capp 
Barkhaus F W & D, books and stationery, 

213 Kearny, res 1812 Buchanan 
Barman Miss Rebecca, ladies' furnish- 
ing goods, laces etc, 124 Fifth, res 
943 Fourth 
Barli Mrs, A ostrich feathers, 724% 

Market, res same 
Barli A, merchant tailor, 618 Washing- 
ton, res same 
Barlow Mrs EC, dressmaker, 620 Taylor, 

res same 

Barman Ben, saloon, 347 Jackson, reB 
1237 Stockton 



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Baiman Henry, dry goods, 2206 Fill- 
more, res same 

Barnaby & Bell, groceries, S E cor 
Vallejo and Kearny 

Barnard Frank, (Frank Barnard & ^o) 
res N E cor Vallejo and Gough 

Barnard Frank & Co, (Frank Barnard 
and H Voorman) coal dealers and 
agents Steamer Wilmington. 609 
Battery 

BARNARD G B, Barnard's Bus- 
iness C«lle«e, 46 O'Fariell. res sam" 

BARNARD'S BUSINESS 

COLLEGE, Q B Barnaad pro- 
prietor 46 O'Farrell 
Barnard J Howard, steel, wood and 

photo engraving, 7 Montgomery 

ave, res 210 Beaver 
Barner Henry, saloon, N W cor Clay and 

Prumm, res Tehama bet First and 

Second 
Barner Louis, groceries, 153 Ninth, res 

same 
Barnes A S & Co, school book publishers 

New York, Edward F Adams agent 

329 San some 
Barnes E H. grocers retail, 432 Brannan, 

res 434 Brannan 
BARNES W H L, attorney at 

law, r>(5 California, room 7, res 821 

Sutter 
Barnes Mrs Wm, carpenter, cor Ellis 

and Devisadero, res same 
Barnett A J, architect, 6 Eddy, room 74 

res same 
Barnett Miss E, dressmaker, 14 Dupont, 
Barnett Joseph, (Barnett & Kalisky), res 

548 Minnie 
Barnett k Kalisky, (J Barnett and S 

Kalisky), crockery and china, 197- 

199 Stevenson 
Barnett Thomas, meat market, SE cor 

Hyde and Pacific, res 1305 Vallejo 
Barnett W T, clerk Pillsbury & Brand- 
ing, res Berkeley 
Barney B A, president, Silver King 

Mining Co, 828 Montgomery room 19, 

res 81 7 Van Ness ave 
BARNEY C W, importer and 

manufacturer hats and caps, 602 

Kearny, res 828 Green 
Barnickel Edmund, barber, 543 Second, 

res 4 '2 Chapultipec 

BARON & SCHOEN- 

MAKER, <N D Baron and Ernile 
Schtenmaker), propr Maison Fran- 
caise, wines, liquors and cigars, 433 
Bush 
BARON N D, Baron k Shoenmaker), 
res 4 33 Bush 

BARONIDIS GEO M, Boton 
icj.1 physician, 254 Ellis, res West 
Berkeley 



Barr J D, (J D Barr k Son; res 1214 

Mason 
Barr J D & Son, (J D Barr and S A Barr, 

umbrellas and parasols, 932 Market 
Barr S A, (I D Barr & Son) res 35 Fulton 
Barra E I, liquor retail, N W cor First 

and Minna, res 4 Minna 

BARRERE BROS, (Louis Bar- 
rere and Frank Barrere', proprietors 
S F Towel Co, 104 Market 

Barrere Frauk, (Barrere Bros) res 2409 
Pacific 

Barrere Louis, (Barrere Bros) res Oak- 
land 

Barrere Peter, fruits and vegetables- 
1228 Stockton 

Barrett James W, (Barrett & Sherwood) 
res 1116 Seventeenth 

Barrett John, carpenter, 741 McAllister, 
res 219 Twelfth 

Barrett & Jones, (H G Jones and John S 
Barrett), commission stock brokers, 
323 Montgomery 

Barrett John S,, (Barrett k Jones), res 
241 6 California 

Barrett M G Miss, stenographer and 
copyist, 240 Montgomery 

Barrett & Sherwood, (Jas W Barrett), 
watches and jewelry, 140 Mont- 
gomery, 

Barrett W G, sec'y and treas San 
Francisco Gaslight Co, resSaucelito 

Barrington C L, druggist, cor Market 
and Van Ness ave, res 109 Van Ness 

BARROILHET HENRY, 

manager of Belloc k Co and Consul 
Republic Chili, 524 Montgomery, res 
San Mateo 

Barron Edward A, capitalist, 121 Post, 
res Mayfield 

Barrows Rev Chas, pastor First Congre- 
gational Church, res 901 Sutter 

Barrows Edward C, (Palmer k Barrows), 
res 2526 Sutter 

Barrows John, manufacturer's agent, 12 
Bush, res Oakland 

Barrows W H, lawyer, 126 Phelan Build- 
ing, res Lorin, Alameda County 

Barrv Miss A W, stamping and embroid- 
ery, 428 Sutter 

Barry David, saloon and* cigar factory, 
NW cor Ninth and Folsom, res 1330 
Folsom 

Barry Edward, asst sec'y The Stock 
and Bond Exchange, 22 Merchant's 
Exchange, res 1012 Adeline, Oak- 
land 

Barry James, saloon, 616 Montgomery. 
res Capp between Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second 



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publisher Weekly Star, 429 Mont- 
gomery, res 2215 Steiner 

Barry J B, (Jteger & Barrv), res 2143$ 
Sixth 

Barry Jeremiah, groceries and liquors, 
4393$ Shipley, res same 

Barry Miss Mary, dressmaker, 305 Mason, 
res same 

Barry Patrick, groceries and liquors, 
188 Fifth 

Barry Thomas, saloon, 233 Stevenson, 
res Silver bet Third and Fourth 

Barry Thos F, attorney at law, 217 San- 
some, res 806 Lombard 

Barsanti Giardo, (Barsanti & Silvestiri), 
326 Fifth 

Barresnti & Silvestiri, fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 326 Fifth 

Barsi Paolino, fruit and vegetables, 
2909 Sixteenth, res same 

Barstow Alfred, (Rhodes & Barstow), res 
1018 Eighteenth, Oakland 

Barsuglia Antonio, Italian productions, 
443 Broadway 

Barsuglia Chas, (Chas Barsuglia & Co), 
res 731 Vallejo 

Barsuglia Chas & Co, (Chas Barsuglia 
and Biagio Biagi), fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 1325 Stockton 

Barrels P H, liquor saloon, 2232 Union 
res N E cor Pierce and Union 

BARTER MRS A B, massage 

treatment for invalids, 3z6 Larkin 
Barth Emile, music teacher, 604 

Sutter, res same 
Barth Ptiil, money broker, 317 California 
Barthel Robt, saloon, 273-275 East, res 

Alameda 
Barthelemy Nicholas, boot maker, 1002 

McAllister 
Bartholdi Frederick, boot maker, 124 3$ 

Eighth, res same 
Bartlett Columbus, (Burnett & Bartlett) 

res St Charle3 near King 
Bartlett Pliny. Contra Costa Laundry 

Association, res 1311 Franklin, Oak 

land 
Bartlett Smith, rubber clothing, etc 

120 Sutter, res 1225 Chestnut, Oak 

land 
Bartlett W B, teacher vocal music, 123 

Phelan Building, res same 
Bartling Major Henry, civil engineer. 

419 California room 11, res 24 Glen 

Park ave 

BARTLING, PHILLIPS & 

STILWELL, (Wm Bju-tling, 
Thomas K Phillips and H C Stil- 
well), bookbinders, paper rulers 
and blankbook manufacturers, 505 
Clay 



Barto Harrison, vice pres, George 
Spaulding & Co, res 1100 Seven- 
teenth 

Barthul Robt, saloon, 273-275 East 
Barton B F, (B F Barton & Co), res 822 
Twenty-first 

BARTON B F & CO, (B F Bar- 

ton), importers and manufacturers, 
salt, saleratus, soda, cream tartar 
and baking powder, 211-213 Sacra- 
mento 

Barton James, saloon, 9 Vallejo, res 
same 

Barton John, president, Union Pacific 
Salt Co, res cor Broadway and Cen - 
tral ave, Alameda 

Barton Vineyard Association, J W Pew 
secretary, 310 Pine 

Barton W T, (Deering & Barton), res 
Piedmont 

Baruch S, (B Blumenthal & Co), res 
657 Harrison 

Baruch I, merchant tailor, 18 Phelan 
Building, res 210 Powell 

Barut R, saloon, 609 Laguna, res cor 
Buchanan and Grove 

Basch Abram, tailor, 414 O'Farrell, res 
Hopeton Terrace 

BASCH S, dealer in furniture and 
carpets. Goods sold on install- 
ment plan. A specialty of mantel 
mirrors, 140 Fourth, res 203 Fourth 

Bascou B, (Sevin Vincent & Co), res 721 
California 

Bascom, Mrs M E, dressmaking, 115 
Geary, res same 

Base Chas M, saloon, 426 Natoma 

Bash Hyman, clothing, Carson City 
office 2063$ Bush, res 5313$ Birch 
ave 

Basieh B, (Basieh & Piscqlich), res 106 
Sixth 

Basieh & Piscqlich, (B Basieh and M 
Piscqlich), oyster saloon, 106 Sixth 

Basker Sol, misfit clothing, 129 Sixth, 
res same 

Bass F, physician, city dispensary, res 
422 Filbert 

Bass T J, (T J Bass & Co), res cor Fifth- 
teenth and Noe 

Bass T J & Co, artists materials, (T J 
Bass & S H Brown), 14 and 16 Ellis 

Bassanti Giovanni, fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 233 Eight, res same 

B ASSAULT FERDINAND, 

real estate and loans, 526 Montgom- 
ery, res Berkeley 

Bassett Mrs Augusta, bakery, 1242 Fol- 
som, res same 

Bassett & Bunker, (C F Bassett & H C 
Bunker), grain commission mer- 
chants, 400 Front and 228 Clay 



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Bassett C 

1630 W Mission 
Bassignano Mrs P F, groceries, 410 Fol- 

som, res same 
Basthein J, (Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co) 

res 2126 California 
Bataille P, (Bataille & Wilke), res 626 

Green 
Bataille & Wilke, (P Bataille and H 

Wilke), saloon, 612 Broadway 
Batavia P, barber, 837 Market, res 132 

Turk 
Jattalora P, glazier, 1419 Dupont, res 

same -«,,,, 

Batchelor Frank, (Batchelor & Wylie) 

res 1953 Central ave Alameda 

BATCHELOR & WYE IE 

(Frank Batchelor and J H Y\ylie), 
manufacturers of California spring 
tooth harrows, cultivators, and 
seeders, and dealers in agricultural 
implements. Steam fruit evapora 
tors a specialty, 37 Market 

Batchia A N, restaurant, cor Main and 
Bryant, res 43 Stanley Place 

Bateman Mrs Frank, groceries, 62 J< 
West Mission 

Bateman Wm, (J Kemp & Co), res 1727 

Bates Dudley C, mining secretary, 79 

Nevada Block, res 17u5 Octavia 
BATES E P, mining office, 320 

Sansome, room 52 
Bates Geo E, (Freeman, Bates & Rankin) 

attorney at law, res Bella Vista 

Hotel 
Bates J 0, attorney at law, 434 Califor- 
nia room 9, res 2412 Pine 
BATES MORRIS U, president 

Commercial Publishing Co, res 317 

Geary 
Bates W E, physician, 103 Geary, res St 

Luke's Hospital 
Batkin Alfred A, with Byron Mauzy, res 

142') Geiry 
BATT HENRY, dealer and man 

ufocturer of cigars and tobacco, 1207 

Polk, res 1427 Polk 
Battelle E L, druggist, S E cor Mission 

and Seventeenth, res same 
Battle of Waterloo, (Panorama) Albert 

Pissis manager, S W cor Eddy and 

Mason 
Battu H, (Patchel & Battu)res 1601 Polk 
BAUD FRANK, brass foundry, 

522 Fulton, res same 
BAUER ALBERT, (Bauer Bros 

&. Co), ies Paiis, Frame 
Bauer & Brady, (J E Bauer and T F 
Brady) stationers and newsdealers, 
232 Van Ness ave 



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Bauer), wholesale fancy notion*, 

547-519 Market 

Bauer Charles G, saloon, Harbor View 

Bauer Chris, saloon, 2422 Greenwich. 

res same 
Bauer E, (The San Francisco News Com- 
pany), res 18 8 Geary 
Bauer E E, groceries and liquors, 240 

Noe, res 238 Noe 
Bauer H, upholsterer, 1519 California, p 

res same /""S 

Bauer Miss J, dress cutting, 121 Stock- \J 

ton, res 1828 Geary 
Bauer J A, druggist, 101 Post, res 5C6 

Post 
Bauer John, saloon, 616 Seventh, res 120 

Fillmore 
BAUER J C & CO, (J C Bauer 
and George Sweitzen brewers sup- 
plies, 632 Sacramento, and propri- 
etors Empire Malt House, 418-424 
Chestnut 
Bauer J C, (J C Bauer & Co) res 1708 

Buchanan 
Bauer Jiartin, (E Boesch & Co) res 161C 

West Mission 
BAUER MOSES, (Bauer Bros & 

Co) res 1717 G eary 
BAUER SAMUEL, (Bauer Bros 

& Co) res luOti Van Ness ave 

Bauer & White, iE Bauer and Robert 

White), San Francisco News Co, 210 

Post 

Baum E, furniture and carpets, 710 

Montgomery, res 1505 Pacific ave 

Saum Gustave, furniture, carpets, etc, 

710 Montgomery, res 15. 4 Pacific 
Baum J, tailor, 733 O'Farrell, res same 
Baum Julius, (J Baum & Co), res 1111 

Van Ness ave 
Baum J & Co, (Julius Baum, Henry 
Shrier and Morris Shrier), whole- 
sale clothing, 9 and 11 Sansome 
Baum Morris, agent Ashland Woolen 

Mills, 105 Battery 
BAUM M C, attorney at law, 401 

California, res 834 Fulton 
Baum William, saloon, 609 Sansome 
Baumann Ferdinand, saloon, 6i 

chant, res same 
Bauman Jas, saloon, NE cor cor J 

and Brannan, res same 
Baumard Mine Julia, corset manufac- 
turer, 325 Sutter, res same 
Baumgarten J, (J Baumgarten & Co), 

res 820 Ellis 
Baumgarten J & Co, (J Baum 

Godfrey Fisher and A L Browni..[T| 
cloths and woolens, 7 Montgomery 
Baumgarten John, North German Hotvl. 

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Baumgarten Joseph, bootmaker, 418 

Fourth, res same 
Baumsteiger A, plumber and gas fitter, 

1602 Post, res same 
pj Baun Mrs Catharine, groceries and 
h* liquors, 921 Eighteenth, res same 

Baupitz T W, saloon, 123 Jackson, res 

same 
Bavaria Brewery A M Frauenholz propr, 

office cor Montgomery ave and 

Vallejo, brewery, Greenwich above 

Scott 
Baxter F C, (F C Baxter & Co), res 2726 

Pine 
Baxter F C & Co, (F C Baxter), photo 

copying, 432 Sutter " 
Baxter W J, (W J Baxter & Co), res 317 

Stockton 
Baxter W J & Co, (W J Baxter), men's 

furnishing goods, 1038 Market 
Bay and Coast lelegraph Co, J G Fair 

president, M J Kern manager, 222 

Montgomery 
BAY CITY IRON "WORKS, 

Bigelow & Little proprietors, 103-105 

Fremont 
Bay City Market, (Derby & Strouse), 1138- 

1146 Market 
BAY CITY SALOON, (The) 

George F Healy proprietor, li>3 Sixth 

Bay City Soda Water Co, James McEwen 

president, John McKenzie secretary, 

110-112 Golden Gate ave 

BAY CITY STABLES, Hoppe 

& Sachs proprietors, 1115 Sacramento 

Bay District Race Course, cor Twenty 

Sixth and Point Lobos ave 
Bay Oyster end Chop House, 626 Market 
BAY STATE MARKET, V 
Menesini proprietor, S Graniucci, 
manager, 1300 Stockton and 1425% 
Dupont, re3 700 Green 
BAY VIEW MARKET, butch- 
er retail, Stark Luke, 529 First 
Bay View Hotel, Peter Lanno, proprie- 
tor, 2115 Powell 
Bay View Race Course, cor Seventh ave 

and Fulton 
Bayer Joseph, physician, 222 Post res 

same 
Bayer William, saloon, 21 Da\is 
Bayle John (John Bayle & Co), res Fifth 

ave, bet L and M 
BAYLE JOHN & CO, (John 
Bayle and John Bareilles), tripe, cal- 
ves' heads, feet, tongues, oxtails, 
sweet breads, brains, etc, 7 Califor- 
nia market 
Bayless Wm H, architect, 106 Leides- 

dorflf, res 2216 Mission 
Bayley Geo B, (Mehrten, Moffitt & Co), 
res cor Sixteenth and Castro, Oak- 
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Bayley Robert, proprietor Pacific Paper 

Box Factory, res Oakland 
Bayly Chas A, Druggist, cor Sixth and 

Howard, res same 
Bazan Ferdinand, physician, 415 Sutter 
Bazet L, physician, 28 Gearv 
Bazzini Marco, (Mache & Bazzini), res 

531 Broadway 
Bazzuro G, (B Perata & Co), res 105 

Pacific 
BEACH CHILION, hooks 

stationery, 107 Montgomerv, res 812 
Powell 
Beach Enterprise, (weekly), E L Wad- 
ham proprietor, 1501 Stockton 
Beach T P sect'y eastern Oregon Land 

Co, res Bohemian Club 
BEADLE & CO, (D Beadle), ship- 
ping and commission merchants, 5 
Spear 
BEADLE D, (Beadle & Co), res 

Alameda 
Beal Samuel, mattresses and uphol- 
stery, 65-69 New Montgomery, res 
2526 Clay 
Beale Miss A F, teacher of music, and 

elocution, 6 Eddv, room 42 
BEALE MRS, O A S literateur, 

room 42, 6 Eddy 
Beale Truxtun, (Shoobert, Beale & Co) 

res 1007 California 
Beamish P, gent's furnishing goods, 
cor Market and Third, res 2130 
Howard 
Bean William M, painter, 626 Seven- 
teenth, res same 
Beane Joseph W, (Beane <fc Parrish), res 

2039 Mission 
BEANE & PARRISH, (J W 
Beane and Norman Parrish), pro- 
prietors, California Mills, manufac- 
turers of mouldings, brackets, 
frames and show case mouldings 
and general mill work, 30-34 Spear 
Beanston George, secretary, Board of 
education, New City Hall, res 1014 
Fillmore 
Bear S d Co, (Solomon Bear and William 

Berl), wholesale teas, 117 Battery 
Bear Solomon, (S Bear & Co) , res 518 

Van Ness ave 
Beaton & McKay, (J A McKay and Neil 

Beaton), saloon, 639 Mission 
Beaton Neil, (Beaton & McKay), res 110 

McAllister 

BEATTY JAMES, truckman. 

hide curer and agent hide curer's 

pro. ass'n. St Thomas street, S S F 

Beatty Samuel G, money broker, 314 

Montgomery, res 1115*Valencia 
Beaumont Joseph, (R Tiernan & Co), 

533 Twenty Third 
Beauxis John, bakery, 1305 Powell 



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Beaver Geo W, capitalist, 418 Califor- 
nia, res 972 Taylor 

Beaver Henry, janitor, San Francisco 
Stock Exchange, res Temescal 

Beaversen Henry, (Puvogel & Beaver- 
sen), res 5S5 Fourth 

BECHT CHASF & CO, (Chas 
F Becht), liquors, 237 Fourth 

BECHT G J, merchandise broker, 
54 Second 

Bechtel Francis C, saloon, 399 Hayes, 
res same 

Bechtel L, saloon, NW cor Chestnut and 
Powell, res same 

BECK ADOLPH, proprietor Cor- 
delia Wine Vaults, native wines and 
brandies, SE cor Mission and Sixth, 
res 518 Geary 

Beck Mrs B, lodgings, 1 Eddy 

Beck D L & Sons, (Irvin Ayres, E B 
Beck and W F Beck) , importers and 
commission merchants, 118 Califor- 
nia 

Beck E B, (D L Beck & Sons), res 1339 
Alice, Oakland 

Beck Geo F, groceries and liquors, 226 
Fifth, res same 

Beck Henry, janitor, Hall of Red Men, 
510 Bush, res 518 Jessie 

Beck W F, (D L Beck & Sons) res 612 
Twenty Second, Oakland 

BECKER ADAM, baker, » E 

cor Union and Mason, res same 
Becker Albert, grocer, 20 Frederick. 

res same 
Becker August, groceries and liquors. 

S E cor Harrison and Beale, res 

same 
Becker B A, real estate and insurance 

broker, 334 Kearny, res 901 Golden 

Gate ave 
BECKER BROS, d> Becker, J H 

Becker and C H Becker) groceries, 

wines and liquors, S E cor Sutter 

and Taylor, S E cor Turk and Lar 

kin and S E cor Sutter and Leaven 

worth 
Becker Chas H, (Becker Bros) res 420 

Larkin 
Becker & Co, (John Becker and C Boh 

ling), groceries, cor Geary and Lar 

kin 
Becker Dietrich, (Becker Bros), res 831 

Sutter 
Becker & Dillman, furniture manufac 

tory, 560 Brannan 
Becker E, Point Lobos House, 4000 Point 

Lobos Road, res same 
Becker Fred, saloon, S E cor Nintecnth 

and Mission, res same 
Becker Frederic W, cigar manufacturer 

705 Davis, res same 



Becker G F, geologist, in charge D S 

Geological Survey, Appraisers' 

Building 
Becker John, (Knobloch & Becker) res 

Nevada st 
Becker John, (Becker k Co) res cor 

Geary and Larkin 
Becker John H, (Becker Bros) res 637 

Sutter 
Becker Joseph, crockery and glassware. 

329 Hayes, res 222 Linden ave 
Becker J W, proprietor Prescott House. 

S W cor Kearny and Montgomery 

&ye , ~ .- 

Becker & Menne, (A H Menne and O I 

Becker) Park hotel, 26- ',8 Turk 
Becker Nicholas, liquors and lodgings, 

11-13 Pacific, res same 
Becker O F, (Becker & Menne), 110JS 

McAllister 
Becker Osborn , saloon, 825 Montgomery, 

res 1416 Powell 
Becker Otto, baktr, 245 Third, res samej 
Becker Otto John, (Becker & Dillman) 

res 614 Shotwell 
Becker Wni, basket manufacturer, 622 

Market, res 130 Ridley 
Becker William, (Suhr & Becker) res 

117 Eighth 
Becker Wm. undertaker, 1171 Mission 
Beckh Gustave C, physician, 43 Sixth, 

res 1024 Geary 
Beckhuson W F, music teacher, 712 Turk 
Beckmann Bros, (J and W Beckmann), 

groceries, NW cor Greenwich and 

Taylor 
BECKMANN CHAS F, pro- 

prietor Chronicle Exchange, 3c8 

Bush 
Beckmann Henry, jeweler 1230 Pacific. 

res same 
Beckmann & Stelling, (Wm Beckmann 

and Charles Stelling^, groceries, 

wines and liquors, SW cor Ffteenth 

and Mission 
Beckmann William, (Beckmann & Stel- 
ling), res 1900 Mission 
Beckmann William, groceries, cor Mason 

and Chestnut, res 25 Jensen 
Becraft A T, wagon maker, cor Bartlett 

and Twentv-third, res 820 Capp 
Be Dell Wm, Pacific Coast agent L Sand 

N Y C R R, 26 Montgomery, res 533 

Turk 
Bee Frederick A, consul China, 917 Clay, 

res 1533 Sutter 
Beebe Chas F, (Sutton & Beebe), res 

Portland, Oregon 
Beebe Chas W, (Trumbull & Beebe), res 

574 Sixteenth, Oakland 



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BEEMAN WM, artificial limbs, 

trusses and surgical appliances, 

O'Farrell, rooms 4 and 5, res 424 

OTarrell 
Beerman Max, livery stable, 620 McAl 

lister 
Beers Barrett, dentist, 230 Kearny, res 

1530 Eddy 
Beers Rev H W, D D, rector Trinity 

Church, res 1018 Hyde 
Beesley Chas A, California and Arizona 

Land Agency, res Alameda 
Behlow C J, (H Liebes & Co), res 1807 

Octavia 
Behlow Wm, furniture and upholstery, 

208 Post, res Oakland 
Behneman Henry, (Friedlander, Behne- 

man & Co), res 15 Willow ave 
Behr H C, mechanical engineer, 609 

Sacramento, res 120633 Jackson 
Behr H H, physician, 509 Kearny, res 

1215 Bush 
Behre F, coffee and spice mills, 51 

Beale, res 811 Page 
Behrman L G, barber, 626 Fourth, res 

251 Ritch 
Behrud G, (Cappelletti & Behrud) 
Beier M F, (Beier & Milliken), res 615 

Pine 
Beier & Milliken, (M F Beier and Andrew 

Milliken), saloon, SW cor Grant ave 

and Bush 

BEIRNE MICHAEL G, gro 

ceries, wines, and liquors, 733 

Twenty-third, res same 
Bekeart J F, hardware, 346 Third, res 

same 
Belando P, (P Belando k Co, 1210 Powell 
Belando P & Co, (P Belando and John 

Deneri), wood and coal, 1210 Powell 

BEL ANGER MISS M E, dress- 
making, 14 Grant ave, room 51, res 



Belcher I S, commissioner Supreme 
Court, 121 Post, res Lick House 

Belcher Silver M Co. Stock Exchange 
building 

Belden Block, 137 Montgomery 

BELDEN & COFRAN, (H K 

Belden and J W G Cofran), managers 

Hartford Fire Ins Co, 313 California 
Belden E S, stenographer, 66 Nevada 

block, res cor Telegraph ave and 

Fortieth, Oakland 
Belden H K, (Belden and Cofran), res 

Piedmont, Oakland 
Belden Josiah, 314 California 
Belenez George, (J Ivancovich & Co), 

res 1315 Jackson 
Belfast Ginger Ale Co, 1815 Union 
Belinge F A, physician, 1901 Polk, res 

same 



Belknap D P, (Winans & Belknap), res 

24 Metcalfe Place 
Bell Burleigh C, druggist, SE cor Sixth- 

teenth and Howard, res same 
Bell Francis V, attorney at law, 426 Cal 

ifornia, room 7, res 622 Polk 
Bell Jacob, provisions and pork, 124 

Third, res 442 Natoma, 
BELL J E, (Catton, Bell & Co), res 

Saucelito 
Bell John, barber, 1244 Folsom, res 412 

Shotwell 
Bell John P, attorney at law, 528 Cali- 
fornia, res 1127 Polk 
BELL M W, solicitor, 26 Mont 

gomery, res 146 Turk 
Bell Newton M, Harmony Borax Mining 

Co, res 706 Taylor 
Bell R H physician, room 4 Odd Fel 

lows Building, res 300 Hayes 
Bell Thomas & Co, (Thomas Bell and 

George Staacke), commission mer- 
chants, 426 California 
Eell Thomas, (Thomas Bell & Co), res 

1661 Octavia 
Bella Union Quicksilver Company, A 

Halsey secretary, 328 Montgomery 

BELLA UNION THEATER, 

Thomas Ryan, proprietor, 805-807 

Kearny 
Bella Vista Hotel, Mrs Volney Spauld- 

ing, proprietor, 1001 Pine 
Belle Isle M Co, J W Pew secretary, 310 

Pine 
Bellegarde P, (Clavere & Bellegarde), res 

820 Broadway 
Bellegarde J B. Fifth Avenue Hotel, cor 

St Thomas and Railroad ave 
Bellemere A, manufacturing jeweler, 

BELLEVUE COFFEE AND 
LUNCH PARLOR, (Fischer 
& Schloh), 109 Grant ave 
331 Kearny 

Belli M & Co, hay, straw and grain, 
11-13 Broadway 

Bellingall & Miller, (P W Bellingall and 
Peter Miller), Custom House brok- 
ers, 508 Battery 

Bellingall P W, (Bellingall & Miller), res 
Oakland 

Bellinger F, carpenter, 3423 Mission, res 
same 

Bellini A, umbrella and parasol man- 
ufacturer, 222 O'Farrell, res 128 
O'Farrell 

Bellmer Frederick, groceries, 1137 Har- 
rison 

Bellmer J H C, stationery, 430 Third, 
res same 

BELLOC & CO, (Hippolyte Bel- 
loc), bankers, Henry Barroilhet 
manager, 524 Montgomery 



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of the Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. are unex- 
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(Belloc & Co), 



res'Benicia Flouring Mills, office S E cor 
Davis and Sacramento 



Belloc Hippolyte 

Paris 
BellocqMrs Alfred De, saloon, Geary , BENICIA POTTERY, W B Ray 



near Masonic ave, res same 



Bellue C, saloon, 515 Valencia, res same 
Bellue Pierre, saloon, 32 Seventh, res 

same 
BELMONT HOTEL, Ed stoel- 
zer, proprietor, cor Fifth and Bran- 
non 
BELMOR GEORGE E, boiler 
maker, sheet iron worker. Jobbing 
at reasonable rates, repairing a 
specialty, 208-210 Mission, res 157 
Second 
BELSHAW M W, manager Em- 
pire Coal mine and railroad, 402 
Front, res 1626 Jackson 
Belt Cable Railway Company of Califor- 
nia, C G Cutter secretary, 328 Mont- 
gomery, room 17 
BEMMERER A, cutler, polisher 
and grinder, 318 Pine (basement) 
res 1507 Leavenworth 
Bemrd A F, saloan, NW cor Fifth and 

Howard, res 841 Howard 
Benchley L B ; (The Pacific Rolling Mill) 

res 2516 Pacific ave 
Bendel Hermann, (THlmann & Bendel) 

res cor Third and Alice, Oakland 
Jendel H, president San Jose Fruit 

Packing Co, 313-331 Battery 
Bendel H E, president Natoma Water 

Mining Co, 313-327 Battery 
Bendel L, groceries, 16ul Turk, res 

same 
BENDER BROS, (W A and Geo 
L Bender) wood and brick, cor 
Third aud Berry 
BENDER GEO L, (Bender Bros) 

res Iih/J Clay 
Bender Jacob, butcher, 1020 Howard, 

res same 
Bender Miss S E, artist, 120 Sutter, room 

40, res 1%9 Clay 
BENDER W A, (Bender Bros) 

res lot i> Clay 
Benecke Mrs D, varieties, 1617 Baker 

res same 
Bendit Samuel, auctioneer and com- 
mission merchant, 538 California, 
res 17 Hyde 
Benedict C S, (Mann & Benedict) res 

328 Valencia 
BENDT WILLIAM, saloon, 6-8 
Cl.iv, res saiue 



BENICIA AGRICULTUR- 
AL WORKS, Baker & Hamil 
ton, manufacturers all kinds agri 
cultural implements, headers, har- 
vesters, etc. office NW cor Pine and 
Davia 



& Co, office 12-14 Market 
Benicia Tannery, Kullman, Salz k Co, 

10C Battery 
Benjamin J H, physician, 1031 Market 

res same 
Benjamin Mrs E, clothing, 402 Sixth 

res same 
Benjamin N M, (N M Benjamin & Co) 

res 70">Larkin 

BENJAMIN N M & CO, (S M 

Benjamin) bakery, dairy produce 
and charlotte russe cream, 705 Lar- 
kin 

Benjamin P L, attorney at law, 528 Cal- 
ifornia, res 2223 Elm, Oakland 

Benker Geo, (Richter & Benker) res 2010 
Powell 

Bennett — , physician, 46 O'Farrell 

Bennett A A, architect, 45-46 Merchants' 
Exchange, res 2323 California 

BENNETT BROS, (John R Ben 
nett and Geo Bennett), dairy pro- 
duce, 35-36 California Market 

BENNETT'S BUTTER DE- 
POT, ^ 5 " 36 California Market 
Bennett Bros, (C A Bennett and H 

C Bennett) hardware, 31 Sixth 
Bennett C A, (Bennett Bros), res 112 

Twelfth 
Bennett Clement, short hand reporter, 

434 California, room 13 
Bennett DL,(TL French & Co) 2237^ 

Mission 
Bennett Fred, saloon, 230 Brannan, res 

same 
Bennett Geo, (Bennett Bros) res 1931 

Sutter 
Bennett Mrs H A, music teacher, 1324 

Howard, res same 
Bennett H C, (Bennett Bros), res 322 

Fulton 
Bennett John, livery stable, 621-623 

Grove, res 71 8 % Grove 
Bennett J Miles, music teacher, (vocal) 

713 O'Farrell, res same 
Bennett John R, (Bennett Bros), res 

1931 Sutter 
Bennett Mrs M, laundry, hi 

res same 
Bennett William, physician, 1324 How- 
ard, res same 
Benning Anton, grocer 

same 
Benson B F M, secy Boca Brewing Co, 

res 700 California 
Benson Mrs Johanna, groceries, 51 

Brady 
Benson J E. candy, 128 Third, res aame 



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Benson John A, surveyor and civiiengi- BERGER H H & CO (H H 
?.5?o r, Jl^ f i Ptposit Building, res[ Berger), importers fine Ja'panese 

nursery stock, seeds and bulbs, 317 



1333 Golden Gate ave 
Benson Airs S J, cloaks and suits, 126 

Kearny, res 27 Noe 
Bentham Harry, saloon, 636 Fourth, res 

25 Alvarado 

BENTON CL(CL Benton & Co) 
res J902 Devisadero 



BENTON CL& CO, (C L Benton), 
poultry and game, 65, 66, 67 Califor- 
nia Market, branch, stall 5, 2420 
California 
Benton Charles, real estate, 12 Montgom- 
ery, res cor Eleventh and Howard 
Benton Con Co, 302 Montgomery, room 5 
Benussi L, bookkeeper with P Marsi- 

cano, res 325 Chestnut 
Benyaurd Major "W H H, U S Engineer 
River and Harbor Works, 533 Kearny 
Bepler F D, (Kutner, Bepler & Co), res 

213 Harrison 
Beran Adolph, bootmaker, 1903 Mission, 

res same 
Beran Emanuel, bootmaker. 798 Van 

Ness ave 
Beran Frank, bootmaker, 1004 Pacific 
Berard Edouard, saloon, 125 Powell 

res 516 % O'Farrell 
Bercowitz Sam, clothing, boots and 

shoes, 541 Pacific, res same 
Bercowitz Simon, clothing, boots and 

shoes, 534 Pacific 
Berdan, Brownell & Co, (N L Berdan 
and A Brownell), real estate, 623 
Commercial 
Berdan N L, (Berdan, Brownell & Co), 
•^ res 568 Mission 

J^ Berenbaum Solomon, clothing, 
Folsom 
Beresford (The), W Chamberlin, 

prietor, 600 Bush 
( Beretta A & Co, (Angelo Beretta & John 
| Bulloti), grocers, 2201 Steiner 
k^T Beretta Angelo, (A Beretta & Co), res 
Y\ \ Presidio Reservation 
tyi Berg B, music teacher, 405 Taylor 
rj Berg Mrs C F, bakery and notions, 500 
EZ | Grove, res same 
^ Berg Charles, physician, 213 Powell, res 
p* j same 

F4 ,Berg John August, groceries and 
M I quors, 31 Ritch, res same 
Kl Berg Raphael, barber, 407 East, res 720 
<tj I Vallejo 

{> Berg Wm, (Wm Berg & Co), res 418 Post 
BERG WM & CO, (Wm Berg & 
Lefebore Jaminet), grain commis- 
sion merchants, 60 Merhants' Ex- 
change 
> Bergen Adrian, (Trobock & Bergen), res 
O 1212 Jackson 



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BERGER H H, (H H Berger & Co), 

res 229 Geary 
Berger John, restaurant, 332-334 Pine 
Berger M, manufacturer of gloves, 5C6 

Market, res 1113 Sutter 
BERGFEED ROBERT, real 

estate, carpenter and builder, 1521 

Dolores, res same 
Bergin M, attorney at law, 432 Montgom- 
ery, room ] 
Bergin M W, groceries and liquors, 

720 Harrison, res same 
Bergin T I, (McAllister & Bergin), res 

2012 Jackson 
Bergman A, (W A Grade & Co) res 143 

O'Farrell 
Bergmann Jacob, (Davis Bros, Bergmann 

& Co), res 1605 Gough 
Beritzhoff Miss Mame R, millinery, 846 

Valencia, res 735 Guerrero 
Berk M G, cigars and tobacco, 215 Pine 
Berkeley Ferry, foot of Market 
Berkholm H H, (Berkholm & Smith), res 

911 Twentieth 

BERKHOLM & SMITH, 

lodgings, 867-869 Market 
Berl Harry, broker, 405 California 
Berl Wm, (S Bear & Co), 117 B.ittery 
Berlin F A, attorney at law, 420 Mont- 
gomery, res 718 Leavenworth 
Berliner C A, barber, 1005 Howard, res 

37 33 Harriet 
Berliner Isidor A, tailor, 627 Washing 

ton, res same 
Berman O, shirt factory, 417 Kearny, res 

1119 Clay 
Bermingham John, vice president 
Pacific Surety Company of Califor- 
nia, agent California and Mexican 
Steamship Line, 328 Montgomery, 
res 611 Chestnut 

BERNADE & DUE AC, (Jean 
Bernade and Jean Dulac), proprie 
tors LaFayette House, 736 Pacific 

BERNAL HEIGHTS MAR- 
KET, P C Kurpinsky, proprie- 
tors, Presidio Place near Alabama 

Bernal J03 J, spur and bit maker, 441 
Green, res same 

Bernard B, carpet cleaner, 614 McAllis- 
ter, res same 

Bernard Bradley, paper hanger, 923 
Mission and 1704 Fillmore 

Bernard C A, painter, 629 Merchant, res 
Grand, Alameda 

Bernard Deppe, bakery, 423 Fourth, res 



Bernard H, barber, 1040 McAllister 



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Bernard J. (Bernard & Pouzadoux), res Bernstein & Slehnken, (B Bernstein and 

323 Geary G Stehnken) saloon, 18 Taylor | g£ 

Bernard & Pouzadoux, (J Bernard and Bernzott F, sporting goods manufactory , • 

632 Grove, res same .. 



L Pouzadoux), furniture, 312 Sutter 
BERNARD & RAYMOND, 

window cleaners, 50^ Stockton 
Bernauer Alexander, foreman Pacific 

Glove Works, res 18 Willow ave 
BERNHARD B, barber, Palace 

Hotel 
Bernhard Geo, saloon, 409 California, res 

cor O'Farrell and William 
Bernhard Jacob, saloon, NE cor Fourth 

and Brannan 
Bernhard Joseph, stock broker, 404 

Montgomery, res 1601 Post 

BERNHARD P D, (Koster & 

Bernhard), res 702^ Bush 
Bernhard Robert, ship broker, 61 Mer- 
chants Exchange, res 1553 Eighth,! 

Oakland 
Bernhurdy G, manager Merchant's 

Club, res 1526 Ellis 
Bernheim A & Co, (A Bernheimand A M 

Einstein), Hueneme California, 

general mdse, 206 Front 
Bernou John, laundry, 629 to 633 Third, 

res sam e 
Bernoulli Jul, electro homoeopathic 

physician, 313 Geary 
Bernstein Abraham, oyster grotto, 1140 

Market 
Bernsiein B, (Bernstein & Stehnken) 

res 10?2 Golden Gate ave 
Bernstein Bros, (Sam Bernstein and 

Simon Bernstein) merchant Uilors, 

417 Geary 
Bernstein & Co. (Samuel Bernstein and 

August Hertenstein) show case 

manufacturers, 416 Market 
Bernstein David, tailor. 729 Folsom, res 

same 
Bernstein Elias, second-hand furniture, 

925 Folsom, res 1765 Howard 
Bernstein H, tailor, 244 Third, res same 
Bernstein J C, watchmaker and jeweler, 

410 Sixth, res same 
Bernstein Joseph, second-band goods, 

10::8 Market 
Bernstein L, merchant tailor, Chronicle 

Building, room 1 
BERNSTEIN M A, Chicago Fur- 
niture Co, 843 to 847 Market, res 911 

Folsom 
Bernstein S, ladies* and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, etc, 42 Fourth, res 321 

Powell 
Bernstein Sam, (Bernstein Bros), res 

1620 Geary 
Bernstein Samuel, (Bernstein & Co), res 

Chicago 
Bernstein Simon, (Bernstein Bros), res 

806 Geary 



Beronio Mary, boarding house, 8' 8 San- 
some 

Berre Thurien, laundry, 1567 Market, p^ 
res same j^^ 

Berriman John, (Hare & Berriraan), ^ 
res Oakland \ —m 

BERRINGERWM, commission [— 
merchant and dealer in hay, grain, ^ 
ground barlev, etc, 850-852 Howard "V 

BERRY F TV ticket a S ent Atlantic 1 
and Pacific Railroad, 4 New Mont- jQ 
gomery Pfl 

Berrv James, (Pacific Shoeing Shop. '' 
5*67 Mission, res 211 Taylor I ^ 

BERRY JOHN, carriage painter,' fN 
837 Folsom, res 905 Howard i>-J 

Berry Mrs JB, lodging, 109 Montgomery JJ 

Berrv Orin, saloon, 20 Hunt, res same I 

Berry T B, (The California Iron and I 
Steel Co), res San Rafael ,_- 

BERRYESSA PRESERV- ca 

ING CO, F M Smith president, 
Alton HClough secretary, 55 Mer- 1-3 
chant's Exchange M 

Eerryman H B, capitalist, 52 Merchant's Jrj| 
"Exchange, res Berkeley 

Berrvman John, (Hare & Berrymau), res pp 
1015 Clay i J£* 

Berson G, furniture, carpets, 26 Post, |T| 
res 310 Fulton \rf\ 

Bert Eugene F, law student Gunnison V» 
& Booth, res 662 Twentieth — ^ 

Berta A, (Marchi & Berta), res 530 Mer- 
chant "^ 

Berta Phelix, (Wfechter & Berta), res £L 
1206 Stockton \J 

BERTEAUX GEO E, ship ^ 
broker and commission merchant, ^ 
61 Merchants' Exchange, res 214 |T| 
Powell I "Tl 

Bertheau Cesar, manager, New York 

underwriters agency, 209 Sansome,|"^ 
res 1719 Geary i •— 

Berthelson Mrs Sarah, bakery, 1326 £f) 
Howard | ™ 

Berteling L A, optician, 427 Kearny, res 2 
912 Jones j ^ 

Berti Francisco, (Naccarini & Berti), refl SjJ 
1416 Pacific 

Berti G, (G Berti & Co), res 161 f. B»cnc — 9 

Berti G & Co, (G Berti and A Buohig- ^ 
nani), fruits, vegetables, fish and rpi 
- poultry, 1923 Polk ' 

Bertin Alexander, dyeing and cleaning, \J 
430 Bush, S26 Montgomery ave, — 
1400 l : olk and C Stockton, res «3l Q 
Bush ^ 

Bertin L C, (Bertin 4 Lepori), res 14. ■■ ^ 
Jackson 



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Bertin & Lepori, (L Bertin and C Le- 
pori), cigars, 538 Commercial 

Bertini Riaffaella, fruits retail, 134 
Hayes, res same 

Bertolucci G, saloon, 316 Broadway 

BERTON GEO A, Insurance 
broker and mining secretary, 313 
Montgomery, res 104 Turk 

Bertram Gus, (Bertram & Murphy), res 
3037 Sixteenth 

BERTRAM & MURPHY, 

(Gus Bertram and Chas Murphy), 
cigar manufacturers, 3037 Sixteenth 

Bertram J, stove and tinware, 1017 Fol- 
som, res 219 Eleventh 

Bertrand Mme Adle, furs and rugs, 635 
Sutter, res same 

Bertz J, Popular Dining Saloon, 35-37 
Geary, res 2215 Fillmore 

Berwin P & Bros, hats and caps whole- 
sale, 21-23 Battery 

Berwin Pincus, (P Berwin & Co), res 
1320 Golden Gate ave 

Beschien Miss Ella, bakery, 1502 Fol- 
8om, res same 

Beschormann C, (Broeske & Beschor- 
mann, res 738 Vallejo 

Besenthal Ernest, restaurant, 509 Clay, 
res 607 % Pine 

Besser Mrs Annie, groceries, 713 Clem- 
entina, res same 

BEST & BELCHER MIN- 
ING CO, L Osborn secretary, 
29 Nevada Block 
Best John, office furniture, 27 Leides- 

dorff, res Alameda 
Bestandig L, upholsterer, 1623 Post 
Bestor H T, architect. 207 O'Farrell, res 

same 
Besthorn Herrmann, shoemaker, 414 

Geary, res same 
Besthorn H E, saloon, SE cor Mission 
| | | and Beale, res 65 Minna 

TZ Beth Adolph, cBeth & Fricke), res 102 
UL I Guerrero 

OBeth Adolph, saloon, 227 Montgomery, 
_ BETH & FRICKE, (Ferdinand 
7 Fricke and Adolph Beih), saloon, restau- 

Orant, and oyster room, 1032 Market 
Betteridge T H, (John Ten Bosch & Co), 

Ore3 Liverpool 
jBethesda Mineral Water, Louis Cahen & 
Son, 418 Sacramento 

OJBettelin Brother, President St Mary's 
College, Old Mission Road 
j""" Bettencourt John, saloon, 426 Davis, res 
LL i same 

O"™ Bettman Moses, soap material and soda, 
130 California, res 1355 Po3t 

< BETTS SPRING CO, w m M 

aBetts president, Eain Fretwell sec-j 
retary, 82 L Fremont 



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iBettis O J, blacksmith and carriage 
maker, 1434 Jackson, res 1808 Larkin 

Bettman Alfred, assistant book-keeper, 
Ad Lewis & Co, 210-212 Battery, res 
1355 Post 

BETTS WM M, President Betts 

Spring Co, 218 Fremont, res 1124 

Myrtle, Oakland 
Betzel L, (E Taniiere & Co), res 1303 

Golden Gate ave 
Beuge H, coffee and chop house, 388 

Francisco, res same 
Beumeisier May, saloon, Lott bet Hayes 

and Fell 
Bevan D B, fish and poultry, 35 and 36 

Mission Market, res NW cor Capp 

and Sixteenth 

BEVAN E E, (Bevan & Newman), 
res 1910 Stevenson 

BEVAN & NEWMAN, <e e 

Bevan and H Newman), real estate 

and general business agents, 318 

Kearny 
Bevean E J, groceries and liquors, 28 

Freelon, res same 
Beverson Bros, (Martin Beverson and 

Carston Beverson) grocers, 570 Mis- 
sion 
Beverson C, (Beverson Bros) res 1860 

Stevenson 
Beverson Henry, (Povogel & Beverson) 

res 535 Fourth 
Beyer George, saloon, S W cor Bay and 

Powell, res same 
Beyer H A, saloon, 316 Clay, res 1305 H 

Vallejo 
Beyer W A, saloon, 316 Clay, res 230 

Francisco 
Beyfus C grain broker, 206 Front, res 

2120 Piue 
Biagi Biagio, (ChasBarsuglia & Co), res 

731 Vallejo 
Biagi D, (D Biagi & Co) res 708 Califor- 
nia 
Biagi D & Co, (D Biagi), commission 

merchants, 520-522 Sansome 
Biagini Carlo, wagonmaker, 619-623 

Front, res same 
Biagini Lorenzo, blacksmith and wagon 

maker, 619 Front, res same 
Bianchi C D, (Ruffino & Bianchi) res 427 

Seventh 
BIANCHI E, teacher vocal mu6ic, 

129-1:51 Pnelan Building, res same 
Biauchi F G, sculptor, 1116 Turk 
Bianchi L, (Pratto & Bianchi), res 1411 

Dupont 
Biber Mme B, dressmaker, 313 Sutter, 

res same 
Bibliotlieque de la Ligue Nationale 

Francaise, Aiine Masson secretary, 

120 Sutter 



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Bibo S, (S Bibo & Co) dry goods, 1435 

Polk, res 1004 Van Ness ave 
Bibo S & Co, (S Bibo) dry and fancy 

goods, 1*35 Polk 
Bice Mrs M A, music teacher 720 Bush 
Bichard N, coal, 18 Howard, res 365 

First 1Crtn 

Bick Mrs Robert, ladies' nurse, 1509 

BIEDERMAN L, oyster saloon, 
11 a Seventh, res 658 Minna 

BIELENBERG P H, dealer '£ 

groceries, wines and liquors, NE 
cor Harrison and Beale, res same 
Bieler Adolph, tailor, 515 Pine, res same 
Bien Joseph, machinist and locksmith, 

412 Commercial, res 1216 Pierce 
Bienenfeld B, (Bienenfeld & Strauss), 

res 1018 Post 
Bienenfeld & Strauss, (E Bienenfeld, B 
Bienenfeld and S J Strauss), furnish- 
ing goods, 18-20 Battery 
Bientz & Kewitz, (R Bientz and Charles 

Kewitz), saloon, 1051 Market 
Bientz R, (Bientz & Kewitz), res 322 

O'Farrell 
BIERMANN JULIUS bakery. 

1/16 Pacific 
Biesta Federico, editor La Patna, 620 

Washington 
Bigaze L A, sewing machines, 631 Un- 
ion, res same . ; 1U , , 
Bigelow C L, (Bigelow & Little), res 

2415 Howard 
BIGELOW J K, machine shop, 

10 Stevenson 
|Bigelow J F, with J C Flood, 6 Nevada 

Block 
BIGELOW & LITTLE, (C L 
Bigelow ud D P N Little), iron 
works, 103-105 Fremont 
Bigelow S C, capiialist and president 
Pacific Power Co, res McAllister 
and Steiner 
Bigge Frederick, (Comuth & Bigge), res 

22 Turk 
Biggs HC,(WH Birch & Co), res 2140 

Sutter , „ . 

Bigeley Bros, (George Bigley and John 
Mannix), commission merchants 
SE cor Davis and Clay 
Bigley Geo, (Bigley Bros), res 426 Oak 
Bigne Vincent, restaurant, 417 Pine, res 

1407 ^ Powell 
Bilay Hugo A, liquors, 1655 Mission, 

res same 
Bilfinger C W, San Francisco Oil 
Works, 920-930 Braunan, res 80 
Montgomery 
Bill Conrad, (Luchsinger & Bill), res 7 

Card Alley 
Bill Geo, (Tyson & Bill), res 1129 Clay 



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Bill Jacob, provisions, 124 Third, 
442 Natoma 

Bill W A, oyster saloon, 122 Fifth 

Billings D R & Co, (D R Billings and 
G E Cook), grocers, 1311 Stockton 

Billings D R, (D R Billings & Co,, res 7 
Tore ra place 

BILLS MRS GEORGE A, 
lodging house, rooming, house- 
keeping rooms, separate kitchen, 
326Larkin «.,— « , 

BILLYS EXCHANGE, saloon, 
237 Main near Folsom 

Binda,— professor languages, 612 Mont- 
gomery 

Bine S, (Kahn Bros, Bine & Co), res 1006 
Geary 

BINET JOS L, carpenter and 
builder, res 325 Fair Oak bet 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 

BINGHAM DANIEL, city 

steam forge, 216 Spear, res Missis- 
sippi bet Mariposa and Santa Clara, 
Potrero 
Bingham Henrv, (Menzies, Bingham & 

Co), res 817 Fillbert 
Bini L, fruit and vegetables, cor Seven- 
teenth and Castro, res Sherman bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Biot M, dairy produce, 52 Centre Mar- 
ket, res 422 Post 
Birbe H C, manager, Michelson, Roth 
& Co, res cor Railroad ave and 
Algeiia 
Birch W Walter, (W H Birch & Co), 

res 2310 Steiner 
BIRCH WM H & CO, (Wn H 

Birch, W Walter Birch and H C 
Biggs), engineers and machinists, 
steam engines, flour, quartz, min- 
ing and saw mill machinery, steam, 
hydraulic, cylinder, ram and side- 
walk elevators, 119 Beale 

Birch Wm H, (Wm H Birch & Co), res 
2310 Steiner 

Bird H, (Bird & Haughy), res 908 Lom- 
bard , j T /-i 

Bird & Haughy, (H Bird and J C 
Haughy), manufacturers teeth for 
circular saws, 217 Mission, res M*\rfi 
Lombard 

Bird Johannes W, furniture and car- -^ 
pets, 32i8 Mission, res Lundy ave | Jj ) 

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Bird Samuel A, boots and shoes, »•* \,J 

Bush, res same [J] 

Birdsall Frederick, president, 8an*» 

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gomery, room 21 
Birge J J, dentist, 313 Kearny, res St 

Cloud House 
Bisbee Mrs Elizabeth, (Bisbee, Williams 

& Co), res 1616 Geary 
Bisbee, Williams & Co, (Mrs E Bisbee, 
Lewis Williams, Jno J Williams and 
Benj Williams), mining and metal- 
. lurgy 25 Davis 

<3 Bischoff Anton, groceries and liquors, 
-■ 330 Vallejo 

Bischoff Chas, saloon, 677 % Mission, 

res same 
BISCHOFF JOHN, saloon, 602- 

and 546 Mission, res same 
Bischoff John A, (Detels k Bischoff), res 

1727 Stevenson 
BISHOPS ABC GUIDE, D 
M Bishop and Emile (Jucuel, pro- 
pi ietors, 521 Clay 
Bishop C 0, art repairing, 201 % O'Far- 
rel, res same 

BISHOP & CUCUEL, (D m 

Bishop and Emile Cucuel) publish 

ers Bishops ABC Guide, 521 Clay 

Bishop D M, (Bishop & Cucuel) res 6'J7 

Washington 
Bishop H, saloon, 136 Main, res Chenery 

and Roanoke 
Bishop H L, stair builder and manufac- 
turer of rails and balusters, 134 
Main, res Alameda 
Bishop Michael, saloon 60-62 First, res 

6am e 
Bishop P D, saloon, 207 Main, res same 
Bishop T B, (Garber, Thornton & Bis- 
hop) 327 Pine, res 1503 Larkin 
BISHOP & WATT, (Wm WBis 
hop and James Alva Watt, attorneys 
at law, 306 Pine, rooms 7-8 
Bishop Wm W, (Bishop & Watt), res 14 

Octavia 
Bismark M Co, A K Durbrow secretary 

69 Nevada Block 
Bissell W A, manager Atlantic and Pac- 
ific F F Line and General Freight 
Passenger Agent A & P R R, Hi 
! Phelan Building, res 103 Scott 
Bissert Mrs M E, millinery, 2000 Fill 

more, res 1938 Fillmore 
Bissinger Adolph L, (Bissinger & Co) 

res Portland, Oregon 
Bissinger & Co, (Adolph Bissinger and 
Max Heilbronner) hide dealers, N E 
cor Sixth and Townsend 
Bitano Joseph, (P Linari & Co) res 1511 

California 
Biteau Isidore, (Biteau & Ortion) res 233 

Montgomery ave 
Biteau & Ortion, (Isidore Biteau and 
August Ortion) saloon, 235 Mont- 
gomery ave 



Biter John, florist, 411 Waller, res same 
Bittman Chas W, agent N K Fairbank & 

Co, res Oakland 
Bixby C A, (Bixby & Pond), res 1144 Mc- 
Allister 
Bixby & Pond, (C A Bixby and H 

Pond) druggists, 1144 McAllister 
Bixler David, (Williams & Bixler) res 

cor Union & Pierce 
BIXBY S M & CO, shoe black- 
ing, James G Allen agent, 106 Davis 
Blach Charles, physician 514 Kearny 

res 834 O'Farrell 
Blachman Abram, tailor, 468 Clementina, 

res 4}£ Langton 
BLACK ALFRED P, attorney 
at law, 211 Sansome, room 8, res 619 
Pine 
Black Bros, (Edward Black and John 
Black), picture frames, 2029 Fill- 
more 
Black Diamond Coal Mining Co, P B 
Cornwall president, coal wholesale, 
450 Main 
Black Diamond Steel Works, Park Bros 

& Co proprietors, 13 Fremont 
Black Edward, (Black Bros), res 2029 

Fillmore 
Black E H, paper hanger, 109 O'Farrell, 

res 5 Rondel Place 
Black F T, manager E J Baldwin's Wines 

and Brandies, 27 Ellis 
BLACK HOWARD, custom 
shirt maker, 26 Montgomery, res 
same 
Black H M, (H M Black & Co), res 221 

Broderick 
BLACK H M & CO, carriage 

makers, 592 Mission 
Black John, (Black Bros), res cor Mason 

and Water 
BLACK POINT PACKING 
&J&&^ PROVISION 

HOUSE, (Merry, Faull & Co), 
cor Bay and Webster, office 125-127 
California 

BLACK MRS P W, bakery and 
varieties, 410 Larkin 

Black R M, gent's furnishing goods, 
209 Montgomery, res 1026 Geary 

Black S E, tailor, 870 Howard, res same 

Black William, marble works, 1121 
Market 

Blackleach Mrs M F, milliner, 508 Bry- 
ant, res same 

Blacklock John, president Blacklock 
Sandstone Co, res 2234 Bush 

BLACKLOCK SAND- 
STONE CO, (The), John Black- 
lock president, H Shainwald secre- 
tary, 218 California, res 2234 Bush 

Blackman A, (A Blackman & Co), res 712 
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Blackwell Nathan, restaurant, First near 

Market, res same 
Blackwell S B, dry goods and fancy arti- 
cles, 108 Seventh, res same 
Blses Joseph, restaurant, 443 Valencia, 

res same 
Blagrove E P, barber, 105 Fourth, res 

311 Ninth 
BLAICH ADOLPH. (Kindler & 

Co), res 1622 Larkin 
llair J C, (Atlantic Brush Co), res 1116 

Twenty-second 
Blair R, (Atlantic Brush Co), res Bryant 

bet Second and Third 
BLAIR SAMUEL, wholesale 

lumber dealer, shipping and com 

mission, 13 Market, res 1315 Tan 

Ness ave 
Blair William, restaurant, 1525 Market, 

res 35 Eddy 
BLAKE ALFRED E, dentist 

104 Kearny , res same 
Blake Chas E, physician, 200 Stockton 
Blake Chas E Sr, dentist, 920 Market 
Blake Francis, (Blake, Moffitt & Towne) 

res 18C5 Telegraph ave, Oakland 
Blake H G, (Cary & Blake), res 515 Cal- 

fornia 
Blake John, tailor, 236 Ellis res same 
Blake J W phvsician, 1844 Geary 
BLAKE M C, (Blake Williams & 

Harrison), attorney at law, res 325 

Seventeenth 

Blake, Moffitt & Towne, (Francis Blake, 

James Moffitt, James W Towne), paper 

wholesale, 516 Sacramento, and { 

Commercial 
Blake P H, real estate, 314 Montgomery 
Blake Sumner C, bookseller and sta 

tioner, 503 Kearny 

BLAKE, WILLIAMS & 
HARRISON, (M C Blake, E C 
Harrison, Geo N Williams), attor 
neys and counselors at law, 204 
Montgomery rooms 4, 5 and 

Blake W W, painter, 102 St Mary's Place, 
res 813 Harrison 

Blakely Mrs C, bakery, stationery, and 
fancy goods, 3021 Mission, res same 
Jlakeman T Z, attorney at law, 42b 
Montgomery, res 2420 Pacific ave 

Blarney William, groceries and liquors, 
I Brady, res same 

BLANC' PAUL, proprietor Hotel 
Des Alpes, 621 Pacific 

Blanchard Mrs F A, bakery, 1507 Market, 
• rea same 



638 Folsom 
Blanding Gordon, (Pillsbury & Bland 

ing), res 1900 Franklin 
Blanding H H Mrs, teacher of elocu 

cution, 126 Kearny, res same 
Blanding Wm, attorney at law, 324 Pine 

room 7, res 2018 Webster 
Blaney Edward W, attorney at law, 52 

Montgomery 
Blank G A, candy manufacturer, 440 

Haves, res 441 Ivy ave 
Blank Louis, secretary, B'nai B'rith 

Hall, res 1161^ Mission 
Blanke Louis, (Segel, Kern & Blanke, 

res SE cor Twelfth and Howard 
Blanken Henry, (Blanken & Schmidt), 

res 326 Folsom 
Blanken Nicholas, (F Mohrmann & 

Co), 501 Broadway 
BLANKEN & SCHMIDT, 

(Henry Blanken and Vvilhelin 
Schmidt), grocers, 326 Fo!som 

Blankman Wm, dentist, 719 Market, res 
815 Haight 

BLASDEL H G, fining, US I Cal- 
ifornia room 23, res Highland Park, 
Oakland 

Blaut Samuel, butcher, 986 Folsom, res 
same 

Bletter Antoine, saloon, Railroad ave 
and Falkland, res same 

BLEY MELVILLE A, book- 
keeper, 938 Market, res 905 Ellis 

Bley A, millinery and straw goods, 750 
"Market, res 905 Ellis 

Bleydorn Henry, confectioner, 159 
Second, res same 

BLINN LUMBER CO, (THE 

L W), * California 

BLISS F A, dentist, 906 Market, 
res same 

BLIVEN JAMES L (Bliven & 
Lewis), res 1001 >6 McAllister 

Bloch C, dentist, 420 Octavia 

BLIVEN & LEWIS, (James I 
Bliven and Geo H Lewis), Natural 
Mineral Water, depot 29 New Mont- 
gome rv 

Bloch Achille, (Block & Sieglerl res 1720 



Sutter . „„, 

Bloch L, (L Bloch & Co), res 1022 * 

Sutter 
Bloch L & Co, (L Bloch), hair goods, 

141 Post 
Bloch Samuel, (Meyer & Bloch', res 528 

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Jacob Siegler, meat market, 1919 
Bush 
Bloche F, saloon and restaurant, 637 
California, basement, res same 

Blocbman & Cerf , (M Cerf), lime, 5-7 
Drumm 

Blochman Mrs E, millinery, 1105 Sutter, 
res same 

Block D & Co, (D Block and E Mantel), 
trunks, valises and traveling bags, 
107 Sansome 

Block D, (D Block & Co), res 1326 Geary 

BLOCK E M, proprietor Carmen 
Island Salt Works, 207 Front, fac- 
tory pier 23 Steuart, res 1606 Wash- 
ington 

Block F, (Block & Georges), res 319 
Kearny 

Block & Georges, (F Block and H 
Georges), merchant tailors, 119 
Sutter 

BLOCK H & L, (Harry and Leo 
Block), Pacific Glove Works, 107 
Battery 

Block Harry, (H & L Block), res 2306 
Sutter 

Block Israel, tobacco and cigars, 228 
Sutter, res 261 Eighth, Oakland 

Block Leo, (H & L Block), res 418 Post 

Block Leon, human hair, 141 Post, res 
1022}$ Sutter 

Block Maurice, (Ackerman, Block & Co) 
1012 Van Ness ave 

Block William, restaurant, 223 Mont- 
gomery ave, res 1343 Powell 

Blodes Theodore, barber, 12393$ Folsom, 
res same 

Bloess Charles P, bakery, 2007 Hyde, res 



Blohm August, (McLaughlin & Co), 

res 2020 Pine 
Blohm John saloon, 635 Davis, res 435 

Broadway 
Blohm Jno, saloon, SE cor Fourth and 

Harrison, res 730 Harrison 
Blohme John, groceries, wines and 

liquors, NW cor Sutter and Polk, 

res 1203 % Bush 
Blohme John, (Blohme & Leffman) 
Blohme & Leffman, (Louis Leffman and 

John Blohme), grocers, 217 Second 
BLOOD J H, notary public, com- 
missioner of deeds and attorney 

at law, 304 Montgomery, res 409 

Mason 
BLOOD JOHN N, D D, den 

tist, 448 }£ Valencia, res same 
Bloom Mrs Eliza, dressmaker, 2045 Mis 

sion, res same 
BLOOM JONAS, grain commis 

sion merchant, 220 Sansome, res 

515 Van Ness ave 



Bloom Miss L M, operator American 

District Telegraph, 205 Sutter, res 

2047 J$ Mission 
Bloomer J G, California Electrical 

Works, res 1840 O'Farrell 
Blow A W, stock and bond broker, 415 

California 

BLOW ROBERT, cigars and to 
bacco, 5 Leidesdorff , res 520 Jones 

Bloxham Charles, toys, fancy goods 
books and stationery, SW cor Six- 
teenth and Mission, res same 

Blue Bluff Gravel Mining Co, 419 Cali 
fornia 

BLUE -WING SALOON, Walter 

E Gould proprietor, 340 Third 
Blum A, (Blum Bros), res 823 Turk 

BLUM, BALDWIN & GIR- 
VIN, (Simon Blum, Barry Bald- 
win and R D Gir\in), shipping and 
commission merchants, 319 Cali- 
fornia 
BLUM BROS, (A Blum, C Blum 
and M Blunt), manufacturers of 
cigars, 316 Sacramento 
Blum C, (Blum Bros), res 823 Turk 

Blum Henry, manager of Wilson's Mar 
ket, res 1226 Post 

Blum Henry, bakery, 1817 Powell, rei 
same 

Blum J, (Loewe Bros), res 834 McAllis- 
ter 

Blum John, shooting gallery, i 
Kearny, res 21 Stone 

Blum Leon, (Leon Blum & Co), res 1226 
Post 

BLUM LEON & CO, (Leon Blum 
and Emanuel L Goldstein), pro- 
vision packers, 105-107 California 

Blum M, (Blum Bros), res 1303 Gough 

Blum M M, leader of 'Blum's Band, 735 
Market, res 916 Larkin 

Blum Sim, (Will & Finck), res 1014 Van 
Ness ave 

Blum Simon, (Blum, Baldwin & Girvin), 
res Martinez 

Blumann Alexander, agent pianos, 108 
Taylor, res 127 % Langton 

Blumberg J F, capitalist, 306 Montgom 
ery, res 111 Fulton 

Blum Henry, boot maker, 627 Commer 
cial. res same 

Blumenthal B, dry goods, 848 Market, 
and 8 Stockton, res 532 Geary 

Blumenthal B & Co, (B Blumenthal. P N 
Aronson, A Galland, S Baruch 
glove manufacturers, 18 and 20 Bat- 
tery 

Blumenthal B, (B Blumenthal & Co), res 
1530 Ellis 

Blumenthal H M, grocer, 420-422 Davis, 
res same 



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Blumenthal Julius, manager Pacific' BOARD MARINE UNDER- 

Collection Co, res 507 Post WRITERS, Edni L Woods sec- 

Blumenthal L, shoemaker. 143 Thidj retary, 21<J Sansome 

res same BOAS JUD AH, broker, 420 Mont 

BLUMENTHAL MAX, (Blum-j gomery, res 1U05 Golden Gate ave 

enthal fe Mundi, res 7o8 Green (Boatman's Fire and Marine Insurance 

BLUMENTHAL & MUND, Company, 322 California 

(Max Blumenthal & F L Mund),! Boca Brewing Company, Jr cob Endres, 

svrups, cordials, bitters, extracts, ; president, B F M Benson, secretary, 

and coloring. 058 Mission general office Berry near Fifth, 

Blundell W, secretary Murchie G & S M.I branch office 225}$ Montgomery 

Co 124 California Bocanovich Peter, coffee saloon, 161 __ 

BLUNDLN WALTER H, U sj Steuart 

coffee and dining saloon, 2845 Mis- BOCARDE J B, (J B Bocarde Jk 3D 

sion I Co), res 462 Bryant — p 

Bluxome Isaac Sr, Phasing agent, 3? BOCARDE j B & CQ , ,J B^ 

Nevada Block, res 32 T^efth ^"BocTrieUramen and exjress, 3* fT\ 

Bluxome Isaac Jr, draughtsman with . Market L 

Uni S d T Sta ^ h Ctntral BailWaJ ^wJ!(PB£cafcCo>,«s6S0Valleio > 
res 32 lwelttn Bocca & Co, (P Bocca and P Diniontina l, 

Bluxome Joseph, physician, 21 1 Powell saloon, 1228 Dupont 7- 

res same una* \t« .«*«« Boccatagliata G, (A Coli & Co), res 907 CO 

Blymise Henry, tailor, 1133;$ Mission Washington 

res same _ ;Boch Mrs T, varieties, 2115 Fillmore, res _ 

BLYMYER IRON WORKS same X 

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Boalt John H, attortey at law and Pres- 
ident Overland Publishing Co, 438 
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Bock W, <W Bock & Co), 601 Washington 
Bock W & Co, <W Bock and F Wermen, 

real estate, 601 Washington tJO 

Bockius C G, Insurance broker, 428 ^ 

California "^ 

Bockman H W, groceries and liquors, 

SE cor Folsom and Seventh, res ^ 

same j **^ 

Bockman Jno C, groceries and liquors, \~ 

NE cor Brannan and Bitch, res |— 



California, 
m land 

Board of Bank Commissioners, Wm F 
White, W W Moreland, A W Potts, 
B MeL Hardisty, secretary, 528 Cali- 
fornia 

Board of Education, New City Hall, 
W F Goad president, George Bean- 

a\Sf ^d^r-IXs.Boo^nn I, B ,,^-n * Run, 



O'Kane, H W Philbrook, Joseph 
Rothschild, John A Steinbach and C 
B Stone, members 

Board of Fire Commissioners, office 
Old City Hall, David Scannell chief 
engineer 

Board of Trade of San Francisco, James 
B Stetson, president, J H Shank- 
land attorney, Henry L Smith, sec- 
retary, 202 Market, and 3 Pine 

BOARD MAN GEORGE C, 

general agent .Etna Insurance Co, 

311 California, res 1760 Franklin 
BOARDMAN JOSEPH, land 

and lots to lease cheap. 711 Folsom, 

res 725 Eighth, Oakland BODE & SOUC, <A<luIph W Bode 

BOARDMAN W F, (Atwood, and Louie A Sonc I Cali- 

Atwood i Co), res 426 O'Farrell fornia 



BOCQUERAZ A, (Shea, Boo- Q 

queraz & Co), SW cor Front and Jack- ^^ 

son O 

Bode Adolph W, (Bode & Souc), res 1769 m 

Howard ' ' ' 

Bode E H, (E H Bode & Co), res 22 Stock- -y 

ton place (f) 

Bode E H & Co, (E H Bode and G Nord- ' 

hausen) saloon, 536 California 
Bode George C, (Bode & Haslett) res 1260 

California 
Bode & Haslett, (George C Bode and SM, 

Haslett), bonded warehouse, cor Bat- 

terv and Filbert 



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Bodeman and Edward H Bragg) ad- 
justable gate manufacturers, 115 
First 

BODEMAN HENRY W, Bode 
man & Co) res 413 Folsom 

Boden John H & Co, (John H Boden and 
J Quinchard) internal revenue, ship 
and custom house brokers, 504 Bat- 
tery 

Boden John H, (John H Boden & Co) res 
Haywards 

Bodfish W H, attorney at law 39 Mont- 
gomery Block, res 100 Jones 

Bodie Con M Co, G W Sessions, secre- 
tary, 62 Nevada Block 

BODIE TUNNEL & MINING 
CO, Chas C Harvey, secretary, 309 
California 

BODLEY E C, American Sewing 
Machine Co, 1(8 Third, res 1210 Mis- 
sion 

Bodman & Schoner, wines and liquors, 
7 Sixth 

Bodman W (Bodman & Schoner), res 
26 Sixth 

Bodwell H H, (H H Bodwell k Son) res 
331 Bartlett 

BODWELL H H & SON, (H 
H Bodwell and H W Bodwell) man- 
ufacturers of windmills, horse 
powers, pumps and water tanks, 211- 
213 Mission 

Bodwell H W, (H H Bodwell & Son) res 
331 Bartlett 

Boeckmann George, (Ahlborn & Boeck- 
mann) res 319-321-323 Grant ave 

Boedecker Herman, groceries, S E cor 
Kearny and Green, res 1221 Kearny 

Boedefeld John, furniture, 1019 Folsom 
res same 

BOERICKE & SCHRECK, 

(Wm Boericke and estate of E A 
Schreck) Homcepathic Pharmacy, 
234 Sutter 

BOERICKE WILLIAM, phy- 
sician, office and res 834 Sutter 

Bcernicke JLouis, bootmaker, 314% 
Fifth 

Bcero Pierre, crockery and tin ware, 140 
Ninth, res same 

BGBSCH E & CO. (M Bauer and 

EBcesch), Pacific lamp and reflector 

factory, 585 Mission 
Bcesch Emile (E Boesch & Co), res 585 

Mission 
Bcese Nicolaus, (Wilkens & Bcese), res 

521 Brannan 
Bogan Owen, groceries, 1938^^11, res 
Bsame 
gart A W, (Earle & Co), res 1108 Scott 



BOGART ORLANDO H, sec 

retary Arnold Hardware Co, res 1429 

Sacramento 
Boger Bros, ("VYilhekn and F E Boger), 

cigars and tobacco manufacturers 

1028 Market, and 540 Hayes 
Boger F E, (Boger Bros), res cor Hayes 

and Fillmore 
Boger Wilhelm. (Boger Bros), res 1016 

Buchanan 
Bogle J H, Quaker Medicine Co, 1709 

Market, res same 
Bogner Carl, tailor, 11 Sutter, res 9( 

Hayes 
Bohan Patrick, grocer, 140 Minna, re 



Bohemian Club, David Wilder, assistant 
secretary, 430 Pine 

BOHEMIAN HOTEL 

Frank Jilek, proprietor, 543 Howard 
Bohle Wm, bakery and confectionery, 

420 Fourth, res same 
Bohlen Henry, (Schroder & Bohlen), res 

2218 Fillmore 
Bohling Charles, (Becker & Co), res 

cor Geary and Larkin 
Bohlmann Ehler, (Hahn & Bohlmann), 

res 205 Third 

BOHLMANN HERMAN, gro- 
ceries, 100 Hayes, res same 
Bohls H & Co, (H Bohls), tobacco works, 

419 Battery 
Bohls Henry, (H Bohls & Co), res 426% 

Twentv-Second 
Bohm Mrs'B, underwear, manufacturer, 

204 Stockton, res same 
Bohm Wm, jeweler, 204 Stockton, res 

same 
Bohmer Joseph, carpenter, 540 Commer- 
cial, res Golden Gate Hotel 
Bohn John, plumber and gas fitter, 112 

Seventh, res same 
Bohnenberg F, carpenter, Railroad ave 

and Sumatra, res Falkland 
Boisseau Emile, (Boisseau & Son), res 

625 Post 
Boisseau Jean, (Boisseau & Son), res 625 

Post 
Boisseau & Son, (Emile and Jean Bois 

seau), boot and shoemakers, 324 

Grant ave 
Boisson Francis, poultry, game, etc, 

stalls 8-10-12-14 Pacific Fruit Market, 

res 1312 Powell 
Boitano A, groceries, 1524 Stockton, res 

same 
Boitano F & Co, (F Boitano and Andrea 

Arata), wood and coal, 1516 Stockton 
Boitano F, (F Boitano & Co), res 13 

Union place 
BOKER H & CO, Wm B Cotrel 

agent, guns, 109 California 



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BOILER'S BITTERS, Eugene Bond C A, agent Northwestern Masonic O 



DeSabla & Co, 40 California Aid Association, 323 California 

Boland James I, attorney at law, 604Mer-:Bondi Mme Marie C, lodgings, 505 Sac- 



chant, room 7, res 819 Golden Gate 

ave 
Boland Patrick, (Keane Bros), res 1120 

Gough 
BOLANDER L PH, sawing, 

planing and turning mill, 118 Mis- 
sion, res 524 Capp 
Boldemann Charles A, (Collins & Co), 

rea 2624 Sutter 
Bolesworth B, (Bolesworth & McKin- 

non), res Ocean View 



ramento 

BONESTELL & CO, (L H Bones- 
tell), paper warehouse,! 401-403 Ban- 
Borne 

Bonestell C K, (Deal & Bonestell), attor- 
ney at law, 73-74 Nevada Block, re- 
1214 Hyde 

Bonestell J T, (California. Jewelry JCo . r/y 
res 1500 Sacramento 

Bonestell L H, (Bone-t- 11 Si Co), res 512| _ 

Stockton ^ 

Bolesworth &"Mckinnon, (B Bolesworth l^^ti-^^J^o-'Bonetti k Marlinoni) Q 

BONETTI JOHN. (Bonetti & ^ 



and Angus McKinnon), butchers, 

721 Brannan Marti nom) 

Bolles J H, mining, 215 Sansome JteT^jffL. ^ 

Bollinger J C, collector and real estate BONETTI & MARTINONI, 

agent, 605 Montgomery, res 1156 (Anselmo Bonelti and Emilius Mai- 
Webster, Oakland tinoni), wines and liquors, cor 

Bollman John, (Bollinan & Kruger), res' Stevenson and Seventh 

1823 Sutter jBongiovanni Joseph, fruit, 3010 ^ Mis- 

Bollman & Kruger, (John Bollman audi fion, res same 

Charles Kruger), cigarette manufac- Eonkowsk y Frederick, carpenter and 
turers, 540 California I builder, 905 33 Folsom, res same 

Bolten Adolph, bookkeeper M Gruen- Bonn Henry, (R?eder & Bonn), res 307 
berg & Co, res 26J^ Kearny | ttre «" - 

Bolting Chas, Pacific Exchange, Hotel, Bonner \\ J, stationery, fancy goods 



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1305 Mission 
Bonnet Paul, clerk Eugene Robinet, res 

2033 Fifth 
Bonny Geo, (Geo C Shreve & Co), res 

Occidental Hotel 
BONSTIN S A, collector, 432 

Montgomery, room 7, res 452 Minna 
Bonton James, saloon, 819 Battery 
Booker Consolidated Mining Co, G VY 

Session, secretary, 309 Montgomerv, 

mom 62 

BOOKSTAVER WH& CO, 

(RH Johnston and WH Bookstaven 



fruits and vegetables. 33-34-45-46 l * - 



825 Battery 
Bolton A E, attorney at law, 206 Kearny 
Bolton Mrs Elizabeth, lodgings, 206 

Kearny 

BOLTON JAMES R, capitalist, 
618 Merchant, res 2201 Jones 

BOLTON MRS<M, candy, 100 H 

Stockton, rea a uue 
BOLTON ROBERT C clerk, 

res 2201 Jonea 
BOLTS JOHN F, proprietor the 

A \ House, 303 Kearny, res 626 

Hayes 
Boman C E, carpenter, 13 Stockton, res 

Ashberry 
Bomes Frederick, liquors, 139 Ninth 
Bomglet C, laundry, 525 Hayes, res 

same 
Bonacina J M, furniture and carpets, 17 

Montgomery ave and 622 Washing- 
ton, res 3031 California 
BONA COSIMO, fruit, 501 O'Far- 

rell, res same 
Bonanza Coffee Parlor, J F Westheimer, 

322 Montgomery 

B < iS fc A rJti Z i A , LODGING office, 320 Sansome, room 26 

HOUSE, Berkholm & Smith pro-|Boone C H, barber, 116 Suttor res 3234 
prietors, (H H Berkholm and W F Marv 

Smith), 867-869 Market BOONT! TOHltf T s.rivn.T h 

BOW ™«r Sa'fer 1 ^^ I S, aft?rS N at laVa£c*Sb£ 
BON BON BAKING POW-I nla, res 1020 Twenty-firsl 

J>-K & Breit h Boorman Mrs Annie, bakery and no- 

tions, 228 Noe, res same 



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BOOKSTAVER W H, fW h 

Bookstaver as Co), res 804 3$ Geary 
BOOLE GEO, ship builder, 5 

Spear, res 913 Poplar, Oakland 
Bool N N, tailor, 117 Jessie, res same 
Boole W A. (A B Patrick & Co and 
EMiddlemaa & Boole),ree 319 Fair Oaks 
Twenty-fourth and Fair Oaks 
BOOMER A H, manager Califor- 
nia, Oregon and Idaho Stage Co, 



agents, 123 California 



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attorney at law, 239 Monti and Wni Salinger, exchange brokers, 

re= Palace Hotel 422 Montgomery 

th, furnished rooms, Boro Carlotta, Lodging house, 425 % 
Broadway 
'iold Mining Co, G E Spinney Borovinich P, restaurant and 
tary, 310 Pine, room 2» 
Booth H J, business agent, 113 Leidea 
dorff 



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3 Anna, physician, 120 McAlliste 



>n. 1215 Polk 
Borrman John C, groceries and liquors, 

N W cor Howard and Eighth, res 

same 
Borronieo August, bootkmaker, 414 

Pacific 



Wm F, attorney at law, 252 Mar- Bo** August, groceries and liquors, cor 
ket, res Berkeley Harrison and Oak Grove ave, res 

Boothby A F, restaurant, 312 Towns* u d Boa* Chas M, groceries and liquors, 426 
>ffee and chop house, Natoma cor Mary, red 432 Natoma 

1185 Market, res sain e •. £ H, groceries and liquors, NW 

BOPP LOUIS, baker, 449 Third- cor Ninth and Howard, res same 

.. me Bose 1 , (Bos* k Jurgensj, res cor How 

Boradt Henry, saloon, 528 Valencia 



Borchers J C, physician, 417 Bush 
Borden Ett.i.J W Wolf & Co;, i 

Bordenave Bernard, Metropolitan frencb 

restaurant, l.yi Montgomery, res 72'J 

Montgomery 
Bordenave G, branch bakery, 639 

Broadway 
Bordner Jacob, carpenter, 641 Mission, 

res | 
Bordwell <ieo A, architect, 318 Pine, res 

BOREL ALFRED & CO, (Al- 
fred and Autoiiie Borel) bankers, 311 
Montgomery 

BOREL ANTOINE, Alfred Bo 

rel ■ Co) and Consul of Switzerland, 
606 Stockton 
Borel Francois, fruit, 87 Ninth, res 27 

Li. . 
Borel Martin, varieties, 1128 Folsom, 

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Borella Angelo, junk, 11^6 Howard 
Borero Pierre, crockery, 140 Ninth 
Borger Mrs A, fancy goods, o07 Bryant, 

res BQ5 Bryant 

D Charles, < Dixon, Borgeson & 
ea 085 Willow, Oakland 
Borgward F W, bootmaker, 12 Leides- 

dorff, res 815 Third 
Borie Louis J, liquors, 310 Fifth 
Borkheim Henry, tailor, 26 Steuart, res 

119 L-ington 
BorkmanL Albert, barber, 221 Grant ave 

res 3 Reading PI 
Borie Lewis, (Connelly & Borie), res 547 

Jessie 
Borneman Henry, saloon, 130 Fourth, 

res 437 Je=»ie 
Bornemann F G, (Bornemann & Salinger; 

res 2118 Mission 



ard and Morse 

I irgen»j i F Bose and R Jurgens), 
groceries and liquors, 731-733 Bran- 
nan and 512-514 Grove 

Bos C F, (Bos & Schmelz;, res 1001 McAl- 
lister 

Boe k Schmelz, (C F Bos and J C Sch- 
melz), druggists, cor McAllister and 
Buchanan 

Bosa Mine A, french laundry, 63y Post 

Boschen & Heneke, <C H Boschen and J 
H Heneke;, saloon, NE cor Beale 
and Bryant 

Boschen C H, (Boschen 'c Heneke), rea 
NE cor Beale and Bryant 

Bosq Mine A, laundry, 639 Post 

Bosqui Edward, manager, Bosqui Pub- 
lishing and Engraving Co, 523 Clay, 
res 814 Lombard 

BOSQUI PUBLISHING 
AND ENGRAVING CO, 

Edward Bosqui, manager, 521-523 
Clay 

Boss Fred, (Todt & Boss), res 36 Willow 
P, milling engineer, 309 Califor- 
nia, res 1114 Twelfth, Oakland 

BOSSE LOUIS, saloon cor Second 
and King, res iGti Bryant 

BOSTON BELTING CO, J w 

Girvin & Co agents, 24 California 

BOSTON MARINE INSUR- 
ANCE CO, J N Knowles agent, 
28 California 

BOSTON OYSTER HOUSE, 

John P Eklund. proprietor, 89-90 
Centie Market 

Boston and Philadelphia Board of Un- 
derwriters, J S Bacon agent, 214 
( aliforaia * 

boston Underwriters, E E Potter agent, 
448 California 

Boston Rubber Co, Alexander Ruseell 
agent, 417-419 Market 



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Bowls worth & McKenna, (B Bowlsworth I Boyle Robert, proprietor, Northern 
and A McKenna) meat market, 721 Hotel, 901 Battery, res same 
Brannan j Boyle "W P, (J Noonan & Co), res 16 Ohio 

Bowman A W, (Sarsfield Remedies), res i Boyle S F, (S F Boyle & Co), res 817 Pine 
Piedmont BOYLE S F & CO, (S F Boyle 

Bowman G F, real estate agent, 440 Cal-j and H A Boyle), tailors' trimmings 
ifornia, res '2640 Pacific a\e 22 Sutter 

Bowman John S & Co, (John S Bowman B O YL ST O N INSURANCE 
and Joa Coblentz), importers wines CO OF BOSTON, H M New- 

and liquors and manufacturers ei-j hall k. Co agents, 309-311 Sansome 



r-l gars, 213-215 Battery 



Boyne Mrs Mary, giocery, 153 Dore, res 

same 
Boynton E "W, saloon, 1824 Mission, 

res same 
Boyrn Carl, bootmaker, 451 First 
Boy's and Girl's Aid Society, E T Dooley 

superintendent, SE cor Grove and 

Baker 
Boys H S, superintendent, American 

Mercantile Union, res 2916 Clay 
Boys H S, dental stxxdent, G W Sichel, 

res 2916 Clay 
Boysen & Co, (Julius Boysen and "W F 
" Coupland), hat manufacturers, 

Merchant 
Boysen Julius, (Boysen & Co), res 911 

Valencia 
Boyson Thos J, physician, 806 Market 

room 27, res Palace Hotel 
Boyson Mrs K M, bakery, 1128 Harrison, 



Bowman John S, (John S Bowman & Co), 

res 417 Mason 
Bowne VT S, (Wright, Bowne & Co), res 

Santa Clara 
Boxton Chas, dentist, 131 Post, res 

1617 Howard 
Boy Thomas & Co, laundry, 626 Fulton 
Boyan Augusta, (Button & Boyan), res 

1305 Eddy 
Boyce Isaac G, attorney at law, 606 Mont- 
gomery, room 19 
BOYD & CO, (J H Boyd and E P 

Hill), cigar and tobacco dealers and 

cigar manufacturers, 1 Montgom- 
ery ave 
Boyd Colin M, city agent London and 

Nothern Assurance Co, and Queen 

and Connecticut Fire Insurance Co, 

res American Exchange 
BOYD MRS E, ladies' nurse, 835 res same 

Mission JBozio Orlando, liquors, '1 

Boyd E T, plumber, 434 O'Farrell, real 953 Howard 

609 Stockton JBraas Peter, (Wolf, Braas & Valentin), 

Boyd Hugh, artist, 18 Post, res same res 108 Sanchez 

BOYD JAMES H, (Boyd & Co, BRACE NATHAN, dealer i 

res 1140 Green 
Boyd James T, (Cope & Boyd), attorney 

at law, 324 Pine, rooms 11 to 14, res 



wall paper, paints, oils, etc. Paint 

ing and whitening and decorative 

paper hanging, 2926-2928 Sixteenth 

res same 
Brace Mrs N, dressmaker, 2928 Sixteenth 
i Bradford A C, register U S Land Office, 

610 Commercial, res 6?8 Folsom 
Bradford C A, real estate, 325 Montgom 

ery, res cor Pacific ave and Lafayette 

Alameda 
Bradford G B, real estate, 325 Montgom 

ery, res Pacific ave and Lafayette, 

Alameda 
Bradford J F, real estate, 325 Montgom 

ery, res East Thirty-second near 

Thirteenth ave, Oakland 
Bradford W B, president, of Sacramento 

River Packing Co, and Manager 

Bristol -Bay Canning Co, res San 

Rafael 



Pacific Club 
Boyd John, fruit, 1120 Harrison, res 

same 
Boyd JnoF, capitalist, 29 Nevada Block, 

res Sf.n Rafael 
Boyd S G, physician, office 715 Clay, res 

same 
Boyer O, (Boyer & Mouren), res 1202 

Kearny 
Boyer & Mouren, (O Boyer and J 

Mouren), saloon, 1232 Dupont 
BOYER J D, attorney at law, 410 

Montgomery, room 6, res Pagoda 

Hill, Oakland 
Boyes James, manager Golden Gate 

Market, res cor Davis and Clark 
Boyken J A, chemist, cor Ninth and Bradford "Wallace, (Hulse, Bradford & 

Mission, res 1826 Howard Co) res 737 ^ Urncm 

BOYLE DENNY H, proprietor BRADLEY & BALLARD, 
New York Horseshoeing Shop, 4541 (J S Bradley and George Ballard;, 
Stevenson, res 629 Natorna carriage painters, etc, 119 Davis 

Boyle H A, (S F Boyle & Co), res Blythe-'Bradley Bernard, painter and paper 
dale hanger, 923 Mission, res 1222 Eddy 



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&5JES3y£*£«WM* i - a Alfred, tailor,, Carlo, PUce, 



Bradley Miss A, proprietor Albermarle 

House, 8 Masou 
Bradley Chas H, bookkeeper Green & 

Co, res 608 Leavenworth 
Bradley Mrs Eliza, lodging house, 112b 

Market 
BRADLEY T D, (Bradley ft John 

ston), res 1814 Jessie 
Bradley Frederick, groceries and liq 

uors, 750 Brannan, res same 
Bradley Patrick, *oap stone, 750 Bran 

nan, res same 
BRADLEY PETER, furniture 
B d££r 1614Mi"n, res '227 Sixth 
Bradley Richard, agent Wadhams & 

Elliott, Portland Or, office 206 Front 

res Alameda 



res same 

Bramson Solomon, bookbinder, 517 
Geary, res same 

BRAMSTEDT J H, saloou, 
251 Stuart, res 5 Sanchez 

Branagan C, (Macpherson k BranaganK 
res 1000 Montgomery 

Branch Fred M, clerk with SOUTH- 
ERN CAL INS CO, 4.5 Cal- 
ifornia, res 1913 Market, Oakland 

Branch House, L J Ewell proprietor, 
424 Sansome 

Brand A, secretary, French Savings and 
Loan Society, res Alameda 

Brand Ernest, secretary, Humboldt S 
and L Society 

Brand Fred, (YVingates Express), res 662 

BRADLEY & RULOFSON, Bram } f Geo, Ungates Express), res 662 
.John H Dall and estate of «m H v;ffll Oakland 



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Rulofson), photograph art gallery 
14 Grant ave 
Bradshaw William G, candy manufac- 
turer, 2951 Sixteenth, res 45 Hoff ave 
Bradstreet Mercantile Agency, the 
Bradstreet Co, proprietors, office 230 
California, L B Hilliard, supt 
Brady & Co, (A Brady), New Eureka 

Market, 209 Sixth 
Brady Chas, clerk T Lancaster, res 17« 

Minna . . 

Brady James, saloon, 821 Market, res 

12 Howard Court 
Brady John James, groceries and liquors, 

230 Eighth, res 717 Tehama 
Brady Mrs Mary, bakery, 826* Twen- 
tieth 
BRADY MICHAEL, orna- 
mental iron work and awnings, 109 
First, res 1310 Florida 
Brady Patrick, carpenter, cor Post and 

Central ave, res 1416 Devisadero 
Brady Patrick, metal roofer, 116 

Tenth, res same 
BRADY PETER G, saloon 

391% Ninth, res same 
Brady T F, (Bauer & Brady), res 2001 

Fillmore 
Brady Thomas, saloon, 837 Market, res 

319 Jessie 
BRAGG EDWARD H, (Bode 

man & Co), 268 Golden Gate ave 
BRAGG & SPAULDING 
publishers "Our Society," 414 Clay 



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Fifth, Oakland 
Brand H J, manufacturing jeweler, 23 

Kearny, res 603 Bush 
Brand Jacob, butcher, 1812 Union 

Brand John G, (Kncechel & Brand), res 
Oakland 

Brand L, (Em Meyer & Co), res Alameda 

Brandenstein, A J, (Hart & Branden- 
stein), res SW cor California and 
Gough _. _j , . . 

Brandenstein Herman, (H Brandenstein 
& Co), res 1810 Bush 

Brandenstein H & Co, (H Brandenstein 
and Moses Clayburgh), livery and 
sale stable, cor Mission and New 
Montgomery 

Brandenstein M, (Adelsdorfer St Bran- 
denstein), res cor California and 

Brandenstein M, (M Brandenstein & Co) 
res 709 O'Farrell 

Brandenstein M & Co, (M Brandenstein 
and L Godchaux), butchers whole- 
sale, office 529 Clay 

Brandenstein M J, (Siegfried & Branden 
stein), res 1611 Bush 

BRANDER GEO L, president 

BR N>^cUT^v7re^e and Dock Co 
vice president Nevada Bank, and 
president Anglo Nevada Assurance 
Corporation, 410 Pine 

BRANDER S SALOON, loan 

Brover proprietor, 22 



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publishers "Our Society,- 414 Clay ™ ^ \^[ U medloal indent, res 

Braid D C, millinery goods, 529 Hayes i DWU n «, n7 w-\«ihincton 

and 1222 Market, res 529 Hayes L-^JJ, J D. attorney at Uw, -:8 Cali- 

Brainard Geo L, druggist, S W cor Bush Bran f " 1 " ia re ' s 11( r, Golden Gate ave 

and Fillmore, res same 



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Brakenridge & Co, (N BBrakenridge and BRANDON JOSEPH R 

J C Cheney), real estate brokers.! 



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Brandon Julian R, law student, res 2907 

Washington 
Brandon W M, (W M Brandon & Co), res 

North Oakland 



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Braunschweiger & Co, (Hermann Braun- 
schweiger), wholesale liquors, 223 
California 

Braverman Louis, (Louis Braverman & 
Co), res 1016 Eddy 

BRAVERMAN LOUIS & 

agents, 507 Montgomery, rooms 4-5 j CO, (Louis Braverman), jewelers, 
Brandt Andrew, cigais and tobacco, 3261 119 Montgomery 
C Davis JBray Edward M, (Brav's Sons & Co) 

S BRANDT B E, painter, 404 Mont- res , E* 8 * Twenty-third, Fruitvale 
P gomery, res 1013 Van Ness ave Bra y Robert A, (Bray's Sons & Co), res 

Sf BRANDT & CO,,HMubiendorf, L^^'rS;™^^^ Boo- 

- IL^lZXTn^u^^l £*?&& comml88io » — 

Brandt E A, cigars and tobacco. 826 Brayton A P, (Bankin, Brayton fc Co), 

• UaVls rpR Oakland 

Bran A t 4 F Jlrk2 randt & RakCman) ' ""WllJ^Sning secretary, 328 Mont- 
^ Brandt Fred^ck, ( Hencken& Brandt) ! Bre ^ a e m ^r°B?eds, 317 Washington, 

ery, 1431 Pacific, res same 
Bredhoff Henry, saloon, 4^3 East, res 



room 5, res 614 Hyde 
:Brandt John H, teamster, 117 Davis 
Brandt Morris, (Brandt & Co), 504 Grove 



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Bra *at Peter (Robohm & Brandt >' H^reeTW, musical instruments, 62 Na- 
464% Sixth t ' 

Brandt & Rakeman, (Fred Brandt and Weede H A salo™. 328 Third, res 125 
Fred Rakeman), restaurant andl A , pm!ir ' TP ' 

oyster saloon, 821 Kearny L„™I!J .,^ „«~~„,„ 

Branthaver H L, attorney at law, 331 BREEDER AND SPORTS. 



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i Brann R C, (Harding, Erann & Prior), 
l" res 117 Cumberland 

^£ {Brannan Fred, saloon, 230 Brannan 
^ Brannan Mrs M, lodgings, 1001 Battery 
^J res same 

"^ Brannan Mrs Mary, grocery, 218 Lang 
' ton, res same 
Brannan Patrick R. horseshoeing, 821 
£H Geary, res 112 Grove 

Brannigan Patrick J, candies, 1124 Lar 

kin, res same 
Brannon John E, wood and coal, 455 

Clementina, res 10 Harriet 
Brannon Thos, coal and wood, 1161 

Howard 
Branscheid "William, ("Weber & Brans 
cheid), res 820 Pacific 

f~ BRAS DANIEL, barber and laun- 
L_ dry office, 709 Davis, res same 

Brastow S D, division siiperintendent 
"Western Division "Wells, Fargo A: 
Co's Express, res 1114 Hyde 
|— Braud Madame, feather factory, 503 Sut- 
[f ter, res same 

™~ jBraughton Mrs Mary, wines, liquors 
^£ and cigars, 308 Tehama, res same 

m Braunschweiger Hermann, (Braun 
a/tViiiroinraT A- Cn\ WD 991 fi fo 1 i f n-rr. 1 . 



schweiger & Co), res 2216 California 



MAN, publishing Co. Jos Cairn 
Simpson editor, 508 Montgomery 

BREEN MRS JENNIE, pro 

pnetor Cable House, Twenty-eighth 

and Valencia, res same 
Breeze C K, commission and produce 

124 Clay 
Breger Geo, livery stable 24 Commer- 
cial 
Brehany Mrs M J, dressmaker, 956 

Mission, res same 
BREHM R W, turner of all kinds 

of wood, fancy articles of California 

wood a specialty, jobbing promptly 

attended to, 211 Mission, res 

Berkeley 
Breiling Brothers, (Theodore Breiling 

and Frank Breiling), butchers, 967 

Mission 
Breiling Frank, (Breiling Brothers), res 

147 Ninth 
Breiling Theodore, (Breiling Brothers), 

res 147 Ninth 
Breith H D , (Hummitsch & Breith), res 

19 South Park 
Breitstein Elias, tailor, 302 Turk 
BREMER J H, groceries, NE cor 

Vallejo and Larkin, res same 
Bremer Jos, (Jos Bremer & Co), res 1228 
Post 



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Bridge C T, secretary, Springfield Miu-j 
ing Company, 224 California 

BRIDGE WM Z, proprietor, St | 
Lawrence livery stable, 42a Post, les 



Bridgenian Jno W, (Glynn & Bridge- 
man), res 907 O'Farrell 



Bremer Jos & Co, (Jos Bremer), manu- 
facturer of cigars, 310 Sacramento 

Bremer O A, (Browning & Bremer), res 
1500 Leavenworth 

Bremer Wm H, insurance and commis- 
sion broker, 310 Sacramento, res 910 

Sutter x,„_j „wu iBridges Francis, president American 

Brendal Mrs Bridget, second hand cloth-, & n Construction and Land 

ing, 932 Ifc Folsom Improvement Co. 2231 Pine 

Bremgan Mrs A, dressmaker, 1025 Ho-| Brier ^ w & gon> (Rey w ^ Brfer & w 

BrenrnT r h e oma a s m groceriesandli q uors,| ^Brier ^.booksellers andchurch 

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Brennan William, saloon, 331 Bay, res 

same 
Brenner L, (New York & San Francisco 

Collar Co), res 309 Powell 
Breon Paul, ("Wheaton & Luhrs). res Lick 

House 
Breslauer D, (D Breslauer & Co), res 410 

BreslaSer D & Co, (D. Breslauer and BRIGGS E W, cigars and tobacco, 
Savannah), sale and auction stable,! 646 Market, res 939 ^ alencift 
74-76 New Montgomery res 410'Briggs F A, (R F Briggs & Co), 220 



Brie6e Robert, (Newhaus & Briese), 813 

Bush 
Briese Robert, soloon, 248 Sutter, res 

o0 Kearny 
Briggs Arthur R, (Briggs & Harrington), 

les 711 Jones 



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Bretonnel J V, (The California Label BRIGGS & HARRINGTON, 



Press), res 1020 Sutter 

Bretonnel J V, lapidary, 328 Bush 

Breuer Hermann, groceries, 1301 Du 
pont, res 1055 "Wood, Oakland 

Breuer J T. tailor, 824 Pacific 

BREWER B B, dentist, 906 Mar- 
ket, re b 1710 Octavia 

Brewer C & Co, (Honolulu), Welch & Co 
agents, 109 California 

Brewer J H, attorney at law, 430 Califor- 
nia, res 578 Thirteenth, Oakland 

Brewster Mrs Mary, lodgings, 127 Mont- 
gomery 

Brewster William, rigger, Bryant bet 
First and Fremont 

Breyfogle E S, physician, 14 Grant ave, 
res 1916 Franklin 

Breyfogle F H, manufacturing agent, 
214 California, res 1806 Geary 

Brichetto & Devote, (L Brichetto and M 
Devote), restaurant, 109 Third 

Brichetto Louis, (Brichetto & Devote), 
res 109 Third 

Brickell John, capitalist, 628 Montgom- 
ery, room 79 

Brickett John, fruits, 204 Powell, res 



Brickwedel Jacob, 6aloon, SE cor Bat- 
tery and Bush, res 528 Eighteenth 

Brickwedel John, groceries, cor North 
Point and Larkin, res same 

Bridewell Mrs, dressmaker, 1604 Leav- 
enworth 

Bridge H S, (HS Bridge & Co), res 1717 
Larkin 

Bridge H S & Co, (H S Bridge), merchant 
tailors, 103 Montgomery 



(Arthur R Brigg* and AY B Harring 
ton), proprietors The Grocer and 
Countrv Merchant. 123 California 

BRIGG&R F & CO, F a Briggs 

manager, manufacturers of and 
wholesale dealers in carriages and 
wagons of every description, har- 
ness, whips and lap robes, 220-222 
Mission 

BRIGGS S R, cigars and tobacco, 
200 California, res 2007 Webster 

Brigham Calvin O, (Brigham, Hoppe & 
Co), res 1019 Oak. Oakland 

BRIGHAM CHAS2 B, physi- 
cian, 70o Market, res 2203 Broadway 

Brigham Frank E, (Brigham, Hoppe & 
Co), res 1007 Oak, Oakland 

BRIGHAM, HOPPE & CO, 
(C O BrigLiam, J C Hoppe, \\ H Ro- 
den and FE Brigham) importers, 
wholesale provision and commis- 
sion merchants, 129-131 California 
cor Front 

Brighton Market, John Vincent propri- 
etor, 1604 Polk 

Briglia Joseph & Co (J Briglia), 1720 
Stockton, res same 

Brilliant A I & Co, wood and coal, hay 
and grain, 814 McAlliBter, res 900 
Lag una 

Brink Chas H, saloon, 18 Sixth, res 
same 

BR IN KERH OFF MEDI- 
CAL INSTITUTE, i' a >• i- 

lis proprietor, 2- 8 Suiter 

BRINKMAN CHAS,>loon, 119 

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2» JBriody Hugh, saloon, 22 LeidesdorfT' Brceske J, (Brceske & Beschormann), res 

res 1103 Mason Sutter near Larkin 

,*3 Brisbois Antoine, harnessmaker, 735 BROGDEN WM, carriage and 

9 Howard, res same 

£j Bristol Bay Canning Co, W B Bradford 
«h manager, office 318 Front 

^ Bristol E, groceries, 815 Harrison, res 



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Bristol R D, manager serial department 
A L Bancroft & Co 

British America Assurance Co of To- 
ronto, Butler & Haldan general 
agents, 413 California 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance 
Co (limited) of Liverpool, Balfour, 
Guthrie & Co, agents, 316 California 

British Benevolent Society, Geo J Theo- 
bald president, John P McCurrie 
secretary, 531 California, room 4 

British Consul, Charles Mason acting 
consul, 506 Battery, res Saucelito 

BRITTAN WM G, attorney, 240 i land 



wagon painter, 107 Jones, res 223 
Seventh 

Brokaw H, harness maker, 2210 Mission, 
re s same 

Brolly John C, groceries and bakery, 
209 Fair Oaks, res same 

Brommer Henry, manager coal yard cor 
Haye3 and Buchannan res 603% 
Hayes 

BROMWELL L L, president 
California Insurance Co, also mana- 
ger Union Insurance Co of New Zea- 
land, 318 California, res 126 Ninth, 
Oakland 

Broneer C W, restaurant, 136 First, res 
696 Twenty-fifth, Oakland 

Brooke Charles, sr, (Brooke Painting 
Sign and Advertising Co), res Oak 



Montgomery, res Beresford Hotel 
Britten Fred, salesman with M Britten, 

res 427 Hayes 
Britten M, pork packer, 427 Hayes, res 

same 
Britton Joseph, (Britton & Key), res 829 

Union 
Britton N J, capitalist, 109 Calfornia, 

room 19, res 1191 Sutter 
Britton & Rey, (Joseph Britton and G G 

Rey), lithograhpers and engravers^ 

525* Commercial 
Britton William W, with P J Van Loben 

Sels, res 1067 Sixteenth, Oakland 
Brizzolara L, wood and coal, 1015 Wash- 
ington, res 24 Wetmore Place 
Broadway Block Lodging House, E Lan- 

egan proprieter, 502?$ Broadway, 
Brobeck Henry, restaurant, 142 Eddy, 

res same 
Brock Julian, clothing and jewelry, 641 

Washington, res 1506 Larkin 
Brodie J R, (J R Brodie & Co), res 2822 

Clav 
BRODIE J R & CO, (Samuel 
Valleau and J R Brodie), printers 

403 Sansome 
Brodek, Seelig & Co, (G W Seelig and G 

Brodek) auctioneers and commis 

sion merchants, 319-321 Pine 
Broder C D, (Malloye & Broder), res 9}$ 

Welch 
Broderick John, boarding and saloon, 

41 Pacific, res 664 Harrison 



Brooke Geo C, (Brooke Painting Sign and 
Advertising Co), res 1225 Sacramento 
Brooke Painting Sign and Advertising 

Co, (Charles Brooke Sr and Geo C 

Brooke), 717 Market 
Brooke Max, commission merchant, 435 

California, res 1425 Post 
Brookes Samuel M, artist. 611 Clay, res 

Prospect ave, Bernal Heights 
Brookings C C, Ins broker, 219 Sansome 
BROOKLYN HOTEL,, Chas s 

Bush proprietor, Bush near Mont 

gomery 
BROOKLYN LUMBER 

YARD, East Oakland, E M Derby 

& Co, office 22 California 

BROOKLYN LIFE INS CO, 

A J Bryant manager, 220 Sansome 
Brooks Mrs A, saloon, 316% Third, res 

same 
Brooks & Baldwin, (G W Brooks and 
Alex W Baldwin), managers Acci- 
dent Ins Co of North America, 411 
California 
Brooks Geo W. (Brooks & Baldwin), res 

1512 Taylor 
Brooks H S, mining, 328 Montgomery 
Brooks M, saloon, 49 Clay, res 3 Clay 
Brooks Max, commission merchants. 215 

Sansome, res 1125 Post 
Brooks Orion, (Electrical Supply Co), 

res 231 Capp 
Brooks Col S H, assistant United States 
treasurer, res 634 Polk 



Broderick T B, drayman, 202 California, i BROOKS WILLIAM, assis 

res 37 Chesley tant secretary Spring Valley Water 

Bro-mmel B, druggist, NWcor Sixth and; Works, res 1717 Vallejo 

Mission res 324 Oak jBrophy Mining Co, 327 Pine, room 9 

Brceske & Beschormann, (J Broeske andjBrophy William F, saloon, 242 Ninth 

C Beschormann), saloon, 529^ Sac-| res 241 Ninth 

ramento JBrosi G E, saloon, 45 Second, res same 



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Brown D B, (Hogan & Co), res 137 Chest- 
nut 

Brown & Draper, (R W Brown and E P 
Draper,) butchers wholesale, St 
Thomas, South San Francisco 

Brown Edward, (Brown, Craig k Co), res 
Santa Clara ave. near Union, Ala 
meda 

Brown Mrs Emma, saloon. 901 Kearny 
res 1000 Montgomery 

Brown E F, physician, 110 Stockton, res 



Brown Mrs E S, milliner, 137 Larkin, res 



millinery, 1003 



Brosman Mrs Margaret, groceries, 109 BROWN D, advertising agency, 

Shinlev res same 402 Montgomery, room 39 

Brosnan Thomas, saloon, 404 Fourth, res Brown David A, bookkeeper N Gray & 

game Co - res 802 Turk 

Bross Jacob, (C Heider and Jacob Bross), 

528 Harrison 
Brosuis E S, attorney at law, 520 Mont- 
gomery 
Brouchoud J, artist, 6 Eddy room 75, res 

1415 Eleventh, East Oakland 
Broughton Chas, saloon, 163 Jessie, res 
same . . 

Brouillard J, blacksmith, Thirtieth and 

Mission, res 2979 Harrison 
Brouquet Jean, barber, 1133 Dupont 
Browell Jerry, Jr, bookkeeper, A B Mc 

Creery, res 131 Chestnut 
Browell J, contractor and builder, man- 
ufacture patent chimneys, 727 
Montgomery, res 217 Lombard 
Brown A, cigars and tobacco. SW cor 
Fourth and Howard, res 822 Howard 
Brown & Adams, (J S Brown and J E 

Adams), leathers. 409 Battery 
Brown Andrew A, merchandise broker, 

202 Market, res 546 Turk 
Brown A L. (J Baumgartcn & Co), res 

cor Franklin and Sutter 
BROWN A V, dentist, NE cor 
Turk and Taylor, res 825 Golden 

CrfltG ElVG 

BROWN & BOWLES, (W H 

Brown and J H Bowles), manufac- 
turers agents, 518 Market 

Brown Benj W, pork packer, 219 Front, 
res 810 Haight 

Brown Mrs B M, dressmaker. 247 Stev 

BROWN BROS & CO, (Lewis 
Brown, Morris Brown, B Sheideman 
and Ralf Brown, New York), cloth- 
ing, furnishing and woolen manu- 
facturers, 121 and 123 Sansome 

BROWN CALVIN, civil engin- 
eer, 523 Kearuy, res 646 Folsom 

BROWN CHAS, tChas Brown & 
Son), res 828 Post 

Brown Charles, saloon, 26 Clay 

BROWN CHAS & SON, (Chas 
and B Brown), ranges, stoves, tin and 
cooking utensils, 38 Geary 

BROWN MRS C B, physician 
427 Geary, res same 

BROWN C F, real estate and ins 
37 Merchants Exchange, res 741 
Green 

Brown Miss Charlotte, dressmaker, 
2206 Mission, res Dolores, near Six- 
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Brown Mrs George, 
Howard, res same 
Brown George, bakery, 702 Larkin, res 
same . „ 

BROWN GEORGE, "Banks O 

Clyde" Saloon, 122 Le.idesdorff 
Brown G A, (Brown 81 Duncan), res 1711 

California 
Brown George C. secretary and treas- 
urer California "Wire Works, res 1026 
Washington 
Brown Harvey S, attorney at law, Law 

Department, S P Co, res Oakland 
Brown Henry, boarding house, 1012 

Kearny 
Brown House, Wm Clark propietor, 

lodgings, 737 Howard 
Brown Mrs J, bakery, 1129 Mission, res 

same 
Brown J, dairy, office 35 Eddy 
Brown J A, drayman, 219 Commercial, 

res 6 Pleasant 
Brown J D, type writer, 331 Montgom- 

erv, room 23, res 139 Chest mit 
Brown Mrs J E, artist, 120 Sutter, res 

San Jose 
BROWN J E, proprietor San Fran- 
cisco Vindicator, 428 Montgomery, 
res 49 Clara 
Brown John H, groceries, wines ai 

liquors, 1401 Church, res same 
BROWN JOSEPH, agent The 
Masonic Mutual Aid Association, 
317 Eddy, res same 
Brown J S, (Brown & 

Grove 
Brown, Mrs L, dressmaker, 26 % Kearny. 

res same 
Brown Lewis, (Brown Bros k i o>, res • 

824 O'Farrell \J 

BROWN MARK, ■«»' •>■"'• ,1T r - 

Seventh, res MM w 

BROWN MRS M, uro " ^ 

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BROWN, CRAIG & CO 

(Edward Brown and Homer A Craig 
general insurance agents, 429 Cali- 
fornia 

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fx] Brown Mrs Mary saloon, 837 Sacramen-JBrown Mrs W H, proprietress Arlington 



to, res same House, 127 Kearny, res same 

BROWN & METZNER, (W 8 BROWN W Ii, civil engineer, 523 



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Brown Ralph, (Wolf, Brown & Co), res 
j^l 214 Eighth, Oakland 
!^"j Brown Richard, groceries and liquors, 
fz] i 426'Shipley, res same 
fej j Brown R G, broker, 420 California, res 

1389 Jackson, Oakland 
iBrown R W, (Brown & Draper), res 



Brown and Wni Meizner). sewing 
silk, braids, ruching, etc, 535 Mar- 
ket 

Brown Mrs M J, magnetic and electric 
baths, 114 Turk 

Brown Morris, (Brown Bros & Co), res 

1400 Sutter 
Jrown & Nicol, (G A Brown and D 
Nicol), saloon, SE cor Montgomery 
and Washington 

Brown Mrs P D, vice president Young 
Women's Christian Association, res 



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Brown Mrs Sadie, (Karras & Brown), res 

1729 Broadway 
Brown Samuel H, (S H Brown & Co), res 

730 Sutter 
Brown S H & Co, (Samuel H Brown), 

real estate agents, 30 Kearny 
Brown S H, (T J Bass & Co), res 903 

K Treat ave 

Brown S M, cigars and tobacco and 
^ branch laundry, 155 Fourth 

«^7 Brown T A, photographer, 606 Kearnv 
^ res 20 Shotwell 

j BROWN THOMAS, cashier 
The Bank of California, res 1019 
COI Bu8n 

ft- BROWN THOMAS, supenn- 
U- teudent California Market, res 1911 

I ■ f Sutter 

H Brown Thos P S, drygoods, 2129 Mission, 
res same 
Brown & Wells, (W H Brown and W F 
Wells), fruits and vegetables, 30-31 
and 107 California Market 
Brown William, butchers tools, 222 

Jackson, res 920 Union 
Brown W E, vice president, The Crocker 
CO Woolworth National Bank of San 

ff\ Francisco, res Palace Hotel 

^ Brown Mrs W C, dressmaker, 706 Lar 
LU j kin, res same 
flf jBrown William C, wood and coal, 508 



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-_ , Natoma, res 1035 Folsom 

^2 BROWN WM C, printer 

^r I Sansome, res 919 Sutter 
"" Brown W H, (Brown & Bowles), res San 



Brown W H, (Brown & Wells), res 127 
Kearny 



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Kearnv, res 646 Folsom 
BROWN W S, (Brown & Metzner), 

res 426 Ellis 
Browne A, lapidary, 620 Merchant 
Browne Jas A, manager Vienna Garden, 

cor Sutter and Stockton, res same 
BROWNE R H, R H Browne's 
cloak and suit House, importer and 
. manufacturer of cloaks, suits, etc. 
1132 Market, res 536 Eighteenth 
BROWNE ROSS E, mining and 
hydraulic engineer, office 307 San 
some, res 827 Polk 
BROWNE SPENCER C, real 
estate agent, office bOi 1 Sansome, res 
470 Edward. Oakland 
Brownell A, (Berdan, Brownell & Co), res 

Oakland. 
Brownes R H, cloak and suit house, 1132 

Market 
Browning August, (Browning & Bre- 
mer), res Mozari, near Santa Clara 
ave, Alameda 
Browning & Bremer, (August Browning 
and O A Bremer j, gunsmiths, 8^0 
Kearny 
Browning John (Browning & Kugeler),j 
res NW cor Mission and Nineteenth 
Browning & Kugeler, (John Browning, 
and Fred H Kugeler), groceries and 
liquors, NW cor Mission and Nine 
teenth 
Browning William, saloon, 541 Clay res 

771 Folsom 
Brownlie Mrs F C, Needham's Red 
Clover, and new school of art, 1229 
Market, res same 
BROWNEIE JAMES S, pro- 
prietor Criterion Saloon, SE cor 
Eighteenth and Castro, res same 
Brownstein Geo, (E Goslinsky & Co), 
res 1017 Post 

BROYER A B, dealer in wine 
liquors t and cigars, SW cor Mis 
sion and Fourth, res 568 Bryant 

Broyer Hermann H, groceries and liq- 
uors, cor Gody and Mission, res 



BROYER JOHN, (Branders Sa- 
loon), 225 Clay, and grocery 623 
Second, res 619 Second 

Broz Frank, restaurant 517 California, 
res 37 Alabama 

Bru John, boots and shoes, 726 Broad- 
way, res same 

Bruce C, groceries, cor Ellis and La- 
guna 

BRUCE DONAU>, printer, and 
Prop Political Record, 618 Sacra- 
mento, res 610 Pine 



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Bruns Henry, (Bruns Brothers^ res "Q 
Thirtieth and San Jose ave i-pi 

Bruns H F, (Bruns & Staats), res 4 !"■ 
■Rmce Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co), Eighth Jj 

res 212* Pacific : Bruns Henrv M, saloon, 3250 Mission j-ji 

Bruckner Joseph, basketmaker, 1015 Bruns J C C, (Ontsen & Bruns), res Ilia, *J 
Market, res 23 H Linton Adeline, Oakland -< 

nnnPTI TOWN saloon, cor Mar- Bruns John, (Bruns Bros & Stiemke), ;• 
B * V~f^"" Iroad ave. res same res S E cor Sixteenth and Mission CO 

Bruns John P, (Bruns Brothers), reB 

Thirtieth and San Jose ave T| 

Bruns & Staats, (H F Bruns and T C i— 
Staats), saloon, SW cor Market and ■ 
Eighth |0 

BRUNSEN MARTIN, pro. r- 
prietor, Nevada Hotel, 028 Pacific 1ZT 



Bruce Frank T, cigirs and laundry, 21 
Montgomery ave, res 216 Montgom- 



quesas and Railroad ave, res same 

Brugge George, livery stable, 42 Clay, 
res Oregon, bet Drum and Davis 

Bruggeman Henry, asphaltum roofer, 
317 H Grant ave 

Bruggeman Henry, tailor, 526 Montgom- 
ery, res 503 Union 

Bruhl D M, (New York) importers of j 



diamonds, Fred Roth manager, 120 BRTJNS WIC^K BALKE, * 
E» T 1 *?* ,1* B.tterv. res COLLENDER CO, (The, DM _ 



Bruhns H W, saloon, 1122 Battery, res 

411 Lora 
Jruketts Mrs O, lodgings, Bassetta 

House, 11 Kearny 
Brummagin Jno W, attorney at law, 33 

Nevada Block, res 1315 Mason 
Brun J B, bakery, 418 O'Farrell, res 

same 
BRUNE AUGUST, Manufactur- 

er of cigars, 515 Front, res 171o 

Mason 
Brune Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 

NE cor Fourteenth and Mission, res 

204 Fourteenth 
Brune Henry, (Naber, Alf s & Brune), res 

824 Grove 
Brunig Christ, saloon, 49 Stevenson, res 



Bmnings & Myers, (Martin Brunings 
and Harry Myers), liquors, 600 Mar- 
ket 

Brunn H, (M Wunscb & Co), res 507 Post 

Brunnenkant John, sausages, 362 Third 
res same 

Brunner Miss S, music teacher, 714 
Grove, res same 

Bruns A, saloon, cor Polk and Hayes, 
res same 

BRUNS BROTHERS, (Henry 
Rruns and John P Bruns), propriet- 
ors Polar Bear Saloon and Billiards, 
3250 Mission 

Bruns Brothers & Stiemke, (John Bruns, 
George Bruns and John Stiemke), 
groceries and liq\iors, SE cor Six- 
teenth and Mission 

Bruns C, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Third and Berry, 1 es same 

Bruns Christopher, bootmaker, * 
Fifth, res same 

Bruns George, (Bruns Brothers & 
Stiemke), res SE cor Sixteenth and 
Mission 

Bruns George, wood and coal, 619 Davis, 
res 623 Third 



Goldberg manager, b'lliard table rj\ 
manuafcturers, saloon, bank and| vy 
office fixtures, 653-655 Market *-. 

Brunswick Saml, wholesale calf but-|W 
cher, 975 Market, res 1634 Golden, Q 
Gate ave _. 

Brunswick 8c Waters, iE Brunswick and I 
GeoL Waters V saloon, 126 Kearny l ["1 

BRUNT & FISHER, (Walter N 
Brunt and Charles W Fisher), book 
and job printers and publishers, 
518 Clay and 515 Bush 

Brunt Walter N, (Brunt & Fisher) , res 
824 Treat ave 

Brunton Richard, saloon, 705 Market, 
res 7 Mint ave 

Bruntsch Chas, (Bruntsch & Wheeler), 
res 464 Twelfth, East Oakland 

Bruntsch & Wheeler, (Chas Bruntsch 
and R S Wheeler^, brokers of cus- 
tom house and internal revenue, 
500 Battery 

Brusaber C H, saloon, Kentucky bet 
Sierra and Nevada 

Bruse B F, (Bruse Bros), res SE cor 
Mason and Vallejo 

Bruse Bros, (B F Bruse and C Bruse), 
groceries, SE cor Mason and Vallejo 

Bruse C, (Bruse Bros), res 1618 Pacific 

Bruse Christian, grocer, NW cor Pacific 
and Leavenworth and SW cor Ellis 
and Laguna, res 1228 Pacific 

BRUTON DANIEL, agent Mar 
burg Bros, seal of North Carolina 
Tobacco Works, office 206 Front, res 
2417 Railroad ave, Alameda 

Bryan W H, (Levenson & Bryan), res 
1206 Market 



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BRYANT A J, president State 
Investment and Insurance Co, 218- 
220 Sansome, res 822 Sutter 

Bryant Calhoun, attorney at law, 120 
Sutter, room 54, res 609 Ellis 

Bryant Daniel S, (Bryant & Cook), res 520 
Sycamore, Oakland 

Bryant Geo, (Bryant & Mullin), res 1529 
Pine 

Bryant Geo H, (Neville & Co), res 2315 
California 

Bryant Mrs A M, lodgings, 26% Kearny 

BRYANT & MULLIN, (George 
Bryant and D A Mullin), boots and 
shoes, 769 Market 

BRYANT W A, dentist,229 Geary 

res 819 Post 
Bryson C W, bottle dealer, 527 Fourth, 

res same 
BUCHANAN BROS, <P H 

F and William Buchanan), brush 

manufacturers, 609 Sacramento 
Buchanan F (Buchanan Bros), res 614 

Sacramento 
Buchanan James, saloon, 309 Third, res 



Bros), 



Buchanan William, (Buchanan 

res 614 Sacramento 
Buchanan P H, (Buchanan Bros), res 614 

Sacramento 
Buchholz Mrs Elizabeth, ladies' nurse, 

637 Minna 
Buchholz Henry F, plumber, 1402 Stock- 
ton, res 3 Ewer Place 
Buchignani Antonio, (G Berti & Co), res 

1509 Broadway 
Buchman Albert, cigar manufacturer, 

131 Second, res same 
Buchmann E, groceiiesand liquors, NW 

cor Twenty-second and Dolores, res 



Bucigalupo John, (G Queirolo & Co), res 
314 Union 

BUCK MISS A M, music 

teacher, 2817 Geary, res same 
Buck Chas, (Buck & Dreyer), res 518 \ 

Natoma 
Buck C L, groceries and Liquors, 2600 

Folsom 
Buck C W, groceries, SW cor Polk and 

Pine, res same 
Buck Daniel, mining secretary, 81 

Nevada block 
Buck & Dryer, (Chas Buck and A Dryer), 

saloon, 775 Market 
Buck J A, (Chicago Brewing Co), res 

Jersey bet Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth 
Buck John, groceries and liquors, 730 

Minna, reg same 
Buck Jno, (Hurtz & Buck), Harmony 

Hotel, res 7J3 Chesley 



Buck John J, beer bottler, 231 Second, res 

25 Silver 
Buck Willi mi, boarding house, 3421 Mis- 
sion, res same 
Buck William P, groceries and liquors, 

cor Baker and Greenwich, res same 
Buckbee S C, secretary Safety Nitro 

Powder Co and Utah Powder Co, res 

1906 Laguna 
Buckenmeyer Joseph, saloon, 431-433 

Montgomery ave and 1426-1428 

Stockton 
Buckeye and Pioneer Roller Flour Mill 



manager 



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Co, James McWilliams 

office 18 California 
Bucking D, (Eden & Bucking), res 434 

Third 
Buckingham, (The), lodging house, 42 

Turk 
Buckingham Mrs E 

Baths, 201 Turk 
Buckland Chas R, agent New Zealand 

Government, 327 Market, res 2033 

Howard 
Buckley C A, (Buckley & Fallon), res 

2440 Post 
Buckley C F, physician, 715 Larkin, res 

811 O'Farrell 
Buckley D, proprietor Cosmopolitan 

Hotel, 100-102 Fifth 
Buckley Daniel, (Stewart & Buckley), res 

1501 Tyler 
Buckley Mrs D J, varieties, 428 Folsom, 

res same 
Buckley & Fallon, (Christopher A Buck- 
ley and Matt Fallon), saloon, 318 

Bush 
Buckley James, saloon, 430 % Tehama 
Buckley John, groceries and liquors, 

240 Minna, res same 
Buckley John H, surveyor, 927 Broad- 
way 
Buckley Timothy, groceries, 438 Minna, 

res same 
Buckley T A, saloon, 856 Howard, res 

257 Minna 
Buckley Vincent P, physician, (City 

Dispensary), 629 Eearny, res 1103 

Jackson 
Bucklin E P, proprietor What Cheer 

House, 527-529 Sacramento, res same 
BUCKMAN A E, contractor, 

grading, sewering, macadamizing, 

planking sidewalks, curbing and 

paving, 314 Montgomery, room 13 
Bucknall G I, physician, 1121 Laguna 
Bucknall G J, physician, 301 Sutter, res 

same 
Bucknam E H, (E H Bucknam & Co), res 

Berkeley 

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Miss Theresa Bucknam), ship stores, 
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Buecker George, saloon, 39 Market 

1 Taylor Place 
Buena Vista Oil Co, J Morizio secretary 

328 Montgomery, room 24 
Buero L, (Ravenna, Ghirardelli & Co), 

res 712 Vallejo 
Buettler John, res 485 Haight 

BUFFALO HAMMER CO 

Win B Cot. el agent, 109 California 
Bufford S F, president, San Faancisco 
Laundry Association, res 1814 Sutter 

BUFFINGTON J M, ™™™? 
seretary, 309 California, res 963 Oak 
cor Tenth, Oakland 

Bug hee John S, attorney at law, 310 
Pine, rooms 30 and 32, res 510 Geary 

Bughee Sumner W, general agent, 126 
Kearny, res 146 Lake, Oakland 

Buhlert Julius, attorney at law, 649 
Washington, res 1330 Howard 

Buhner Charles (Buhner & Wilhelm), 
3129 Mission .«,„., * 

Buhner & Wilhelm, (Ernst Wilhelm and 
Chas Buhner), sausage manufactur- 
ers, 3129 Mission 

Buhot Mrs Thais, laundry, 1206 Sutter 

Builders' Association of California, J 
R Wilcox president, H S Gray sec- 
retary, 330 Pine 

Bulkeley LE, attorney at law, 603 Wash- 
ington, res Occidental Hotel 

Bulkley Mrs Maria, candies and trim- 
mings, 1521 Mission, res same 

Bull Arthur W, mfrs agent agricultural 
implements, 123 California, res Nu- 
cleus House 

Bull Franklin P, (Jordan & Bull), atty 
at law, 328 Montgomery, res 733 
Bush 

Bull & Grant Farm Implement Co, (Ar 
thur W Bull president, Chas Mont- 
gomery vice-president, agricultural 
implements, 26 Beale 

Bullerdieck Nicholas, hay, grain, wood 
and coal, 1632 and 1634 Mission, 
branch cor Noe and Seventeenth, 
res 861 Seventeenth 

BULLION MINING CO, R B 

Grayson secy, room 20, San Fran- 
cisco Stock Exchange Building 
Bullion Mrs A, (Ehrenberg & Bullion 1 
res 761 Harrison 



Bullotti B & Co, (William Stringa), um- 
brella and parasol, 13 26 Polk 

Bullotti John (A Beretta & Cot, res 2201 
Steiner 

Bullwinkel H, saloon, SW cor Howard 
and Steuart, res same 

Bullwinkel J F, grocer, N W cor 
Pacific and Powell, res 912 Jackson 

Bullwinkel John, (H Volmer & Co), res 
SW cor Pacific and East 

Bulotti G, scissors grinder, SE corner 
Langton and Howard 

Bultmann Bros, (J H Bultmann and Chas 
Bultmann), groceries, liquors, hay 
and grain, cor Howard and Twenty- 
Six* 11 „ X, 

Bultmann Chas, (Bultmann Brothers 
res cor Howard and Twenty-Sixth 

Bultmann J H, (Bultmann Brothers) res 
1107 Shotwell 

Bulwer Con iMining Co, L Osborn 
secretary, 29 Nevada Block 

Buinpus Mrs D, dressmaker, 1703 Stock- 
ton, res same 

Bumsted E H, (Doyle & Bumsted) res 
18 Hawthorne 

Bumm & Cooper, (George \\ Bumm and 
D F Cooper) Standard Printing 
House, 529 Clay 

Bumm Geo W, (Bumm & Cooper i res 
1618 Larkin 

BUNDSCHU C, (J Gundlach ft Co 
res 225 Chestnut 

Buneman Henry, (Buneman & Martin- 
oni) res 137 Haight 

BUNEMAN & MARTIN- 
ONI, (Henry Buneman and Lmilie 
Martinoni), importers and wholesale 
wines and liquors, 401-403 Front 

Bunger Christian, grocer, 1000 Bush, res 
1103 Pine 

Bunker C D, (C D and H S Bunker), res 
1630 West Mission 

BUNKER FREDERICK H, 

pork packer California St Market, 

2420 California, res 2437 California 

Bunker Frederick R, accountant, 628 

Montgomery, room 37, res 713 Broad- 

BunkeJ H C, (Bassett & Bunker) res 

21 Hill 
Bunker H S & C D Bunker, ship and 

CustomHouse brokers, 508 battery 
Bunker H S, (C D and H S Bunker, res 

1630 West Mission 



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BUNKER ROBERT F, pork 
packer, 74-75 California Market, 
vice-president California Savings 
and Loan Society and treasurer 
Visitacion Water Co. res 620 Eddy 

Bunker Wm M, (Bunker & Hiester) res 
Bella Vista Hotel 

Bunker W W, bookkeeper Robert F 
Bunker, res 10 Birch ave 

BUNKER & HIESTER, (Wm 
M Bunker and Amos C Hiester) 
Daily Report Pub Co, 238 Mont- 



Burke Mrs E M, ladies' and gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 117 Eighth, res 718 
Clementina 

Burke F H, (Madison & Burke), res Men- 
lo Park 

Burke F M, coffee saloon, 318 Fifth 

Burke H W, passenger agent Chicago 
and Alton Railroad, 8 New Mont- 
gomery 

Burke W J & J P, saloon, cor Gough 
and Market 

Burke W J. (W J and J P Burke), res 220 



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Bunnell EF' ME^q % Broadwa >' BURKE JOHN, proprietor Union 
tmnnellEF, dentist, 319 Kearny, res Hotel, 515 Howard 

cor Telegraph and Caledonia aves, Burke J P, (W J and J P Burke) res 224 

uaKlctnci PaffG 

Bunnell J S assistant auditor and Burke J T, clerk San Francisco Clearine 

money order and cashier of Wells House res 1913 Clav 



Fargo & Co Express, res 2610 Pacific 
Q Bunner S, seargeant North Beach police 
~J5 station, res 1219 Webster 

^ Bunster Arthur, broker general, 39 Sut 

ter, res 203 Turk 
L_ Bura Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 2< 
Stockton, res 447 Jessie 
Burbank Albert E, fancy poultry, 12 

and 38 Center Market 
Burckhalter C, insurance surveyor, 423 
California, res 934 Center, Oakland 
Burdick M S, (Wheeler & Burdick), res 

1859 H Stevenson 
Bureau (The), S L Pereira proprietor, 

112 Halleck 
Burfeind J H, proprietor Union Hotel, 

cor Bay and Larkin, res same 
Burgdorf Gottlieb, (John Starck & Co), 

Hres 501 Ellis 
Burgemeister Chas, tinner, 140 Second, 
res same 

0~ Burgess B W, teacher bookkeeping, 6 
Eddy, room 67 
Burgess G H, artist (portrait), 126 Kear 

ny, res 1019 Hyde 
BURGESS OSCAR O, physi- 

cian, 329 Geary, res same 
Burgh Maria A, dentist, office and t 
v 502 Sutter 

<" Burgin Mrs Mary, restaurant, 1145 F i- 
som, res 212 Eighth 

- BURGMAN CHARLES , 

^ tailor, 223 Kearny 

Q^ Burhans Bros, (William Burhans and 
Hermann Burhans), tailors, 116 
Golden Gate ave 
Burhans Hermann, (Burhans Bros), res 
10 Dale place 

BURKARDT MAX, importer 
and dealer in paintings and engrav- 
ings, 545-547 Washington, res 420 
Franklin 
Jr« iBurke E. justice peace, old City Hall 
** res 824 Powell 'J 



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BURKE MICHAEL, groceries 

1900 Ellis, res same 
Burke M J, (Madison & Burke), res 714 

Leavenworth 
Burke M J, chief deputy license col 

lector, res 1303 Hyde 
Burke Robert, plasterer, 225 Seventh 

res same 
Burke Thomas, wood and coal, 127 

Ninth, res 718 Clementina 
Burkett Mrs, lodging house, 11 Kearny, 

res same 
Burling B L, sec'y Sitka Mining and 
Commercial Co, res 1618 Washington 
Burling James W, mining, 419 Califor- 
nia, res 1001 Pine 
Burlington Route, W D Sanborn general 

agent, 32 Montgomery 
Burls James S, (Krutmejer, Robertson 

& Co), res 122 Post 
Burmeister Alrich, (Burmeister & Mehr- 

tens), res 1416 Washington 
Burmeister Mrs Lena, bakery, 2853 

Mission, res same 
Burmeister & Mehrtens, (August Mehr- 
tens and Alrich Burmeister), gro- 
ceries and liquors, NW cor Leaven- 
worth and California 
Burmester Henry W, teas, coffee and 

spices, 12 Seventh, res 18 Harriet 
Burnap John, commission merchant, 427 

Davis, res 420 Leavenworth 
BURNELLJH, Albion Ale and 
Porter and dealer in California 
Wines, (Successor to Burnell& Tur- 
ner), 519 Sacramento 
BURNER H V, mining operator, 
533 Kearny, res Mvrtle and Eigh- 
teenth, Oakland 
Burnett Madame, hairdresser, 410 Third 

res same 
Burnett & Bartlett, (W C Burnett and 
Columbus Bartlett), attorneys at 
law, 12 Montgomery 



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Burnett Frank TV, (Burnelt & Slattery), Burr Amos, general agent Michigan 

res 346 Eighteenth Central Railroad, 19 Montgomery, 

Burnett G G, druggist, 327 Montgom-i res 116 Turk 

ery res 214 Haight Burr B. J. (Burr, Fink k Co. ires 607 
Burnett G S "(Burnett & Schach*, res 337 Buchanan 

Haves BURR, FINK & CO, <B J Burr 

Burnett John M, (Sawyer & Burnett), and Henry C Bandsten), merchant 

attorney at law, res 1713 Larkin ; tailors, 620 Market 
Burnett & Schach, (G S Burnett and T J.Burr Clarence C. (C C Burr & Co), res 

Schach), photographers, 3i7 Hayes i N>)'cor Polk and Fillmore /-N 

Jnrnett& Slatterv, (Frank W Burnett BURR C C & CO, .Clarence C,M* 

and Thomas F Slattern, photograph-! Burr), manufacturers mustard, bras- 17 



ers, NW cor Sixteenth and Valencia 
Burnett "W C, (Burnett & Bartlett), res 

1916 Broadway 
BURNETTS IMPERVIOUS 



LIME PAINT 

agent, 506^ Commercial 
Burnhan Lieut Col Horace B, judge 
advocate, room 212 Phelan Building, 
res 711 Jones 
Burns Mrs, dressmaker, 109 Seventh, res 

same 
Burns Mrs Barbara, groceries and 

liquors, 922 Howard 
Burns D W painter and whitening, 1311 

Eddy 
Burns Edward, (Sullivan & Burns), 444 

Seventeenth 
Burns H, bootmaker, 276 Tehama, r 

same 
Burns & Herrschaf t, (T A Burns and C 
Herrscbaft), fruits and vegetables, 
109 Seventh 
Burns Isidore, shipsmith, 20 Steuart 

res Grand Hotel 
Burns I R& Co, crockerv, glassware, etc 

50-52 Market 
Burns I R, (I R Burns & Co), res 112] 

Laguna 
BURNS J H, proprietor Theatre 
Comique, NW cor Pine and Kearny, 
res 502 Bush 
BURNS JOHN H, boat builder, 

5 Mission, res 226 Sanchez 
Burns M, atttorney at law, 625 Merchant, 

room 21 
Burns Orcian B, dentist, 32 O'Farrell, 

res 325 Ellis 
Burns P G, horseshoer, 2309 Mission, 

res same 
Burns Mrs Sarah A, bakery, 2130 Fill- 
more, res same 
Burns T A, (Burns & Herrschaft, res 109 

Seventh 
Burnside TV E, cashier, Ys'heeler & "Wil 
son Manufacturing Co 



tard oil and spices, 2111 Stockton, ^^ 
office 13 Pine, res NW* cor Polk and *** 
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BURR FOLDING BED CO, ^ 

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president Cal Bridge Co, 22 Califor- 
nia, res 2214 Telegraph ave, Oak- 
land \ mm Z 
Burrell Chas, physician, 1322 Mission \Jj 
Burrell Mrs L F, dressmaker, 127 Fourth, 
BURRIS BUTLER, mining seel 
retary, 2 Nevada Block, res 824 Shot- \f\ 
well rr\ 
BURRIS JOHN F, attorney at Ml 
law, 214 Sansome, res 121 Chat- y 
tanooga _J 
Borroughs Isaac, barber, 25.5 Mission,] 
Burroughs W H, fruits and vegetables, 

BE cor Bush and Devisadero 
Burt J F, watchmaker with,H Chapman 
Burt "W J, house mover, 2817 Mission 
Burtis R AY, shirt factory, 41-43 Second 
Burton Chas E, bookkeeper Goldberg, 

Bowen & Co, res 1916 Buchanan 
Burton Charles F, attorney at Law, 534 H 

California, res 1315 Green 
Burton Chas O, grand secretary Amer- 
ican Legion of Honor, 6 Eddy, room 
46, res 409 Fifth 
Burton Em, seargent San Francisco Dis- 
trict Telegraph Co, 1:03 Montgom 
erv, res 4^4 Union 

BURTON & HOYT, (G E Hoyt 
and I L Burton), machinists and en- 
gineers, 115-117 First 

BURTON ISAAC L, Burton J: 
Hovt). 616 Harrison 

BURTON W H, awning and tent 
maker, 706 Mission, res 5 Henrietta 
Square.off Eleventh, bet Folsom and 
Howard 

BUSBY FRED H, mannfac- 
turer gloves and gauntlets, 41J Mar- 
ket, res 1122 Nineteenth, Oakland 

BUSCELLE J R, (Marshutz & 
Buscelle, res 1724 Mission 



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wholesale dealers in wrought and Bush C, (Bush ft Meyer, r. I M Minna 
cast iron scrap, 4i 1 to 405 Spear, res Bush David, sanitary engineer and 
1019 Folsom plumber, 316 Sutter, res 3818 Sutter 



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Bush H C, agent A and P fast freight! Butler J F, 
line, 4 New Montgomery same 



plumher, 435 Hayes, res 



Bush Henry ^oyster saloon. 911 Kearny^ Butler John, saloon, 7 Sutter and 506 

Market, res 209 Steiner 

Butler John W, secy Western Develop- 
ment Co, Fourth and Town end, res 
24-^3 JlisMon 

BUTLER M, San Francisco Bal] 
and Racquet Court, 854 Howard, res 



res 102u Folsom 

Bush H T, (Bush & Mallett), res 122 
Haight 

Bush Hyman B, deputy collector inter- 
national revenue, 37 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res 1011 Golden Gate ave 

Bush I k Co, (Isaac Bush), hardware, 126 
Clay 

Bush Isaac, (I Bush & Co), res 1420 Lar- 
kin 
<J BUSH LEWIS, (Bush & Neu- 
mann) res 2108 Howard 

Bush k Mallett, (H T Bush and J H Mal- 
lett, Jr) gas fixtures, mantels, grates 
and tiles, 34 Geary 

Bush k Meyer, (C Bush and H Meyer, 
saloon. v'lQ Dupont 

BUSH & NEUMANN, (Louis 
Busfi and Leopold Neumann) den- 
tists, 8 Kearny 

Bush P, cigars and tobacco, 1048 Howard 
res same * 

BUSHMAN WILLIAM, pat 
tern maker, 316 Mission, res 506 
Ellis 

Bushnell Edwin W, president Renton 
Coal Co, res 686 Twentieth 

Bushnell Mrs M L, lodgings, 776 How- 
ard, res same 

BUSHNELL W A, book and 
job printing, 608 Market, res 776 
Howard 

Busing Henry, (Busing k Fletcher) res 
1220 Kearny 

Busing Henry, restaurant, 539 Jackson, 
res 1220 Kearnv 

BUSLACH CHARLES, (Cuca- 
vich & Buslach) res 1206 Jackson 
near Stockton 



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Butler Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 208 Turk 
Butler Mrs Martin, liquors, cor Tenth 

and Bryant 
Butler P F* millinery, 808 Market 
Butler Thomas, (Butler k Adams), res 

132 Haight 
Butler W J, millinery, 95C-952 Market 

res cor Nineteenth and! Valencia 
Butt C C, grocer, etc, SW cor Nineteenth 

and Stevenson 
BUTT PETER N, groceries, S] 

cor Sutter and Laguna, res same 
Buttelmann H E A, (Claussen & Buttel- 

niann), res 148 Eleventh 
Butterfield R O, bootmaker, 779 Market, 

res 407 Leavenworth 
Butterfield William, auctioneer, 1 

Montgomery, res San Mateo 
Butterick Patterns, H A Deming agent 

124 Post, res 621 Bush 

BUTTERWORTH J B, 

plumber and gas fitter, 1809 Polk 

res 722 Bay 
Butterworth Jno William, stoves and 

ranges, 1139 33 Folsom, res same 
Butterworth T C, glazier, 7 Ninth, res 

Treat ave near Twenty-first 
BUTTGENBACH JOSEPH 

manufacturer of all kinds of sau- 

sauge and dealers in hams, bacon 

and pickled meats, 498 Fourth, res 

BUSS JOHN G.bakerandconfec- [Button Mrs Amelia, (Button & Boyan) 
d Seven-I res 1305 Eddy vy*uj, 

BUTTON & BOYAN, (Mrs 

Amelia Button and Augusta Boyan), 



Dolores and Seven 
teenth, res same 
Buswell A, bookbinder, 605 Montgom- 
ery, res 1005 Union 
Buswell George F, bakery, 704 Valencia, 

res same 
BUSWELL MRS G F, milliner, 

706 Valencia 
Buswell W F, millwright, 'engineer, 
elevators, 108 Main, res 574 Folsom 
BUTLER CHAS G, liquors re- 
tail, 3lu Montgomery 
Butler Geo E, (Butler & Haldan), res 

San Anselmo, Marin Co 
Butler k Haldan, (Geo E Butler and E 
B Hald;.n), general insurance agents, 
413 California 
Butler James, treasurer, United Work-! 



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milliners, 1026 Market 

Button I V, brick manufacturer 
Montgomery, res Petaluma 

Buxton & Co, (Frank Buxton), grocers 
137 Fourth, res 40 Sixth 

Buxtorf C, cigars and tobacco, 423 San- 
some, res 348 Third 

Buyer Chas, (Buyer & Reich), res Bush 
near Octavia 

BUYER & REICH, importers 
and jobbers zephyr worsted, rib- 
bons, notions, ladies' and misses' 
underwear, 221-223 Bush 

BUZZINI GEO, liquors wholesale 
nd retail, 31 Ninth, res 33 Niniij 



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account of the great increase of our business, ice have just completed our 
neiv building, and that we are now better prepared to receive and serve at 
our ozvn House, as well as outside, 

UJedding Parties, 

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Dinners, ^a^quets, 

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Everything that the most skillful Cooks and Confectioners can pro- 
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lay-out and Service is without exceptions the very finest, best selected and 
most complete on the Pacific Coast. 

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Families and Social Clubs intending to give Parties nd Entertainments 
houses or outside, will surely find it to their benefit to favor us with a personal visit 

ir themselves, and be convinced that by giving us their orders in full th 
tiiemselves a world of Trouble, Worry and Excitement, which frequently unfits 
for the proper enjoyment of their parties afterwards, and also, in most them 

more money. 

Constantly on hand: Varied lee Creams, Plombiere, Neapolitain Sorbettes, tUin« 
Jellies, also, to order, miyjnnaise Salades, Terrapins, Boned Turkey, F^ogs, Palees, 
Oysters in any style, Ete., Ete. 

P. S.-We also ta'.e orders for ]•";.. 

Chandeliers and Fixtures, Patent Hat Racks, M isiciaus i 

Turk Street or McAllister Streel Cars will take you to within on< 
A'.s > the Sutter street System, with i s <li Ferent trans."ers, to within three I 
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Buzzini Martin, saloon, 
and Eddy, res same 
Byanes John, saloon, 148 New Montgom 
ery, res 650 Howard 

Byxbee R G, president Navarro Mill Co, 

res Fruitvale, Alameda Co 
Byer Mrs P, varieties, 1711 Market 
BYRING O H, pioneer repacker, 
SW cor Jackson and Sansome, rooms 
19-20-21, res same 

Byrne & Cross, (James K Byrne and C 
W Cross), attorneys at law, 310 Pine 

Byrne & Davis, (John T Byrne and Chas 
E Davis), straw works and manufac- 
turers hat frames, 31 Commercial 

Byrne James K, (Byrne & Cross), attor- 
ney at law, 310* Pine, res 1413 Cal- 
ifornia 

Byrne John T, (Byrne & Davis), res 3102 
California 

Byrne J M, real estate, 533 Kearny, res 
533 Sutter 

Byrne Mrs K L, news and stationery, 
1822 Market, res same 

Byrne R, wood and coal, SW cor Fifth 
and Harrison, res same 

Byrne Mrs VT J, dressmaker and fancy 
work, 2116 Fillmore, res same 

Byrne Wm S, cashier post office, res 721 
Bush 

Byrnes J H, manufacturer shoes, cor 
Nineteenth and Folsom, res 2720 
Mission 

Bywater W M, saloon, 310 Townsend 

Byxbee John F, commission lumber 
merchant, 104 Market, res 810 Fif- 
teenth, East Oakland 



Cabaniss George H, attorney at law, 606 

Montgomery, room 3, res 1919 Polk 
CABINET RESTAURANT 

Spencer & Ayer proprietors, 227 

Sixth 
CABLE EXCHANGE, John 

Lelimus proprietor, N E cbr Union 

and Steiner 
CABLE HOUSE, Mrs Jennie 

Breen proprietress, Twenty-Eighth 

and Valencia 
CABLE MARKET, P Taut- 

Phaus proprietor, S Ecor California 

and Polk 
Cable Restaurant, Busing & Fletcher 

proprietors, 539 Jackson 
Cabossel John, butcher, California St 

Market, 2420 California, res 2320 Pine 
Cabrera Eduardo, (Cabrera, Roma & Co) 

res 920 Van Ness ave 



Cabrera, Roma & Co, (Eduardo Cabrera 
and Jose M Roma\ importers and 
commission merchants, 123 Califor- 
nia 
Cachot M A, physician and surgeon, 207 

Tavlor, res same 
CACKLER PUBLISHING 
CO, (The), publishers California 
Cackler. 13 Pine 
Cadenasso G, crayon artist, 33 Kearny 
Cadieux Isaac L, saloon, 603 California, 

res 605 California 
Cadman C K, plumber, 1214 P^)lk, res 

1663 Eleventh ave, East Oakland 
Cadogan Miss Ellen, bakery, 348 Fifth 
CADUC PHILIP, president 
Patent Brick Co and Pilot Commis- 
sioner, ."12 California 
Cadwell G ' crockery and glassware, 

34 Sixtl., xes 503 Jessie 
Cadwell J H, (Mitchell, Haskins & Co), 

res Petaluma 
Caen Jacob, repairing umbrellas par- 
sols, etc, 22 Stockton, res 507 Jack 
son 
Caff rey Mrs Mary, bakery, 1053 % Folsom 
Cagny Tim M, groceries and liquors, 422 

Natoma, res same 
Cahalan Mrs, dry goods, 1154 Kentucky, 

res same 
Cahen Abraham S, wool and grain, 41 

Clay, res 409 Tyler 
Cahen A, (A Cahen & Co) res 319 Golden 

Gate ave 
Cahen A & Co, (A Cahen), grain brokers 

302 California 
Cahen August, agent, 310 Kearny 
CAHEN BROS, (Solomon Cahen) 

tanners, 41 Clay 
Cahen & Co, (M Cahen), cigars and 

tobacco, 311 Bush, res 425 Kearny 
Cahen Jacob, hides, wool and furs 41 

Clay, res 409 Tyler 
Cahen Louis & Son, (Louis Cahen and 
Isidor W Cahen), syrups, bitters, 
cordials and essences, 416-418 Sacra- 
mento 
Cahen M, (Cahen & Co), res 425 Kearny 
Cahen Solomon, (Cahen Bros), res 1944 

Fillmore 
Cahill E, (E Cahill & Co), res Stockton 

near California 
Cahill E & Co, (E Cahill), brokers, 406 

Montgomery 
Cahill EJ, (Cahill fcVullev), res Grand 

Hotel 
Cahjll J L, painter and paper hanger, 23 

Sixth, res 1413 Hayes 
Cahill Mrs Louisa, varieties, 404 Folsom, 

res same 
CAHILL & WILLEY, <E J 
Cahill and H I Willey), civil engin- 
eers. 325 Montgomery 



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Cahn David, manager London, Paris and 

American Bank, 205 Sansome. res 

1640 Pine 
Cahn Maier, (Whitney & Co's Express), 
j res 762 Ninth, Oakland 
ICahn M I, (Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co), res 

1120 Post 
Cahn N, (Stern, Cahn & Loeb, res 807 

Polk 

CAHN, NICKELSBURG & 

CO, (M I Cahn, S Nickelsburg, J 
Bastheim, and Cerf Weyl), manu- 
factures and importers boots and 
shoes, 129-131 Sansome, factory 115- 
117 Haves 

Caillabet J F, laundry, 409 Fourth, res 
same 

(Cailleau Armand, (Cailleau & Manescau) 
48 Geary, res 1424 Geary 

i CAILLEAU & MANESCAU, 
(Armand Cailleau and Victor Man- 
escau ), importers and manulacturers 
artificial flowers, ostrich and fancy 
feathers, 1424 Geary 

Cailleaud Henry, butcher, 58-59 Califor- 
nia Market, res 606 Pine 

Cain & Co, (Thos Crawford and Peter P 
Cain), commission merchants, 206- 
208 Washington 

Cain J H, (Cain & Mitchall), res 1111 Mc- 
Allister 

Cain & Mitchell, (J H Cain and W F 
Mitchell), commission merchants, 
212 Washington 

Cain Peter P, (Cain & Co), res 637 Wash- 
ington 

CAIRE JUSTINIAN, assayers 
materials and chemicals, wire goods 
and hardware, 521-523 Market, res 
NE cor Eighth and Harrison, Oak- 
land 

Cakebread Alfred, (Rothberg & Cake- 
bread), res 636 Commercial 

jCalais Charles, fancy goods, 835 Market, 
res same 

ICaldiera Frank, (Trinidad & CaldeinO 
res 315 Drumm 

CALDWELL J?M & CO, (J M 
Caldwell and H L Swarthout) wood 
and coal, hay and grain, N W cor 
Seventeenth and Valencia 

Caldwell W T, curled hair, etc, 658 Mis- 
sion, res 2313 Jackson 

ICaledonia Gold mining Co, Wm Letts 
Oliver secretary, 328 Montgomery 

Caledonian Insurance Co of Edinburgh 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co general 
agents, 316 California 

CALEDONIIAN SILVER 
MINING CO, A S Groth secre- 
tary, 414 California 

Calegaris J, druggist, S E cor Kearny 
and Pacific, res 1801 Stockton 



Calestini Fratelli, butcher, 1524 Dupont, 
res 102 Filbert 

Caley John, saloon, S W cor Kearny and 
Bush, res 217 Grant ave 

Calhoun Distilling Co, Samson Rosen- 
blatt agent, 121 California 

California Academy of Sciences, Henry 
W Harkness president, Dr Henry 
Ferrer corresponding secretary, 
SW cor California and Dupout 

California and Arizona Land Agency, 
Chas A Beesley, 608 Market 

California Artificial Stone Paving Co, 
Egbert Judson president, George 
Goodman manager, L F Reichling 
secretary, 404 Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA ART MET- 
AL WORKS & FOUN- 
DRY, Morton A Edwards propri- 
etor, 1505 California 

CALIFORNIA ASSAY OF- 
FICE, (Wm Irelan Jr and C A Og 
den), 47-48-49 Merchant's Exchange 
California Athletic Club, 216 Grant ave 
California Band, 539 California 
California Barrel Co, John L Koster 
president, 323 Front, room 5, fac- 
tory Potrero 

CALIFORNIA BELLOWS 
MANUFACTURING CO, 

(James Campbell and George Camp- 
bell), manufacturers of bellows, 123 
Beale 
California Boiler Works, Pretorious & 
Lemmer proprietors, 125-127 Fre- 
mont 

CALIFORNIA BONE. 
MEAL AND FERTILIZ- 
ER CO, (Charles F Merle), 116 
California 

CALIFORNIA BOULE 

VARD, B B Dobbas proprietor, 
cor California and Central ave 

CALIFORNIA BRIDGE 

CO, Alfred W Burrell president, 
C C Cotton secretary, railroad con- 
struction, iron roofs, piers, iron and 
concrete foundations, etc, office 22 
California 

CALIFORNIA BUREAU 
OF INFORMATION 
TOURIST AND EXCUR- 
SION CO, W Mclntyre & Co 
proprietors, 415 Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA CACKLER, 
(The) The Cackler Publishing Co, 
13 Pine 

CALIFORNIA CAP CO, 

(Wm Letts Oliver and F J Fletter), 
caps and electric exploders, office 
310 California 



The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. a \S&SS^S!SSmSSSr- 



mm k am Agents Pacific Coast for Perth Ainboy Terra Cotta Co. 
PattlSOXi E. A. & $0. 308 Stockton, opp. Uuicn Club. 

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 149 £/) 



California Car Works, John Hammond CALIFORNIA FRUIT EVA- __ 

proprietor, NW cor Beale and Mis-' PORATING CO, Haydeo x \l\ 
Bi n Kohl man, (E Havden and S Kohl- T1 

LLIFORNIA CHAM- man,) 818 Battery +* 

PAGNES ( A Finke'a Widow), California Fiuit Union, H A Fairbank JJ 
80'.) Montgomery secretary, 507 Montgomery L> 

CALIFORNIA CIGAR BOX CALIFORN I A F U RN I - „;■ 
CO, (C A Hooper, Moses P Hub- TURE MANUFACTUR- CO 

bard and Geo W Hooper), Berry bet ING CO, » P Cole president, 
Third and Fourth Foster P Cole treasurer, B P Moore "Jl 

s i. /~ii ~„ 1- r*r* P^fio ATaT-oiT urn. — «._!___ non ±~ nn^ *D..„v. 



California Cloak Co, Chas Mayer pro- 
prietor, 569 Market 

CALIFORNIA COMMER- 
CIAL COLLEGE, G B Bar 

nard principal, it) O'Farrell 



220 to 226 Bush 
California Gas Fixture Co. Joseph 



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Simonson president, R P Merillion ^\ 

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secretary, 122-124 Suttei 



CALIFORNIA GLASS- 

California Construction Co, Clarence BENDING AND CUT- JO 

Sanborn president and superintend- TING WORKS, ^ F H 

ent, R B Swayne secretary, 6 Eddy, proprietor, 69h> Fremout TT 

room 100 'California Glove Co, (E C Conklin k Co), CO 

California Cotton Mills Co, Oakland,! 585 Market 

office 236 Bush CALIFORNIA G R O C E R CO 

CALIFORNIA CRACKER AND CANNER, Publishing ^ 

CaCE^ug!^ seVr^TaTy AdolS: and Printing Co, B N Rowley man- U 

W«Jke president, Irwin Weske sup- ager, 419 Sacramento and 320 ban- |— 

enintendent, 801-815 Battery, branch some r-l 

office 210 Sacramento [California Hall, Gustave Pohlman ii- W 

r* A T iVrifiNTA DEMO- rector, 417 Kearny 

CRAT -German Daily SundavlCalifornia Hosiery Co, R J Walshe man- Q3 

and Weekly), Frederick Hess pro-i /KJtSPJftEt^ „ ftTTC r- a -<! 

prietor, 409-413 Bush CALIFORNIA HOUSE, son.- "% 

California Distilling Co, <C Jost Sr and aly & Ladagnous proprietors, 624- 

C Jost Jr). 306-308 Clay \ „ bib California T , ~ _ «, J ^ 

CALIFORNIA DOOR CO, C ALIFORN I A HOUSE r- 

^as F F Doci^esidenT F A M& RESTUARANT, Somaly fcl ^ 

guire secretary. 22 California a^tKwta 1 '"™^ AA t i 



Cof'ViVer Eldrkf£ "presided W Broinwell president. W H C bowler 

C Gibbs secretary, JO Cousins snp- secretary, bl8 California 
erintendent, office 318 California, California Iron and Steel Co (The), Eg- 
room a, dock Hunter's Point bert Judson pres, T B Berry 

California Electric Light Co, P B Corn- *« Market works Oakland and 

Hotalmg, Placer Co 
CALIFORNIA IRON, 
raTTrnowTi ...... YARD, Chas Callahan proprietor, 

CALIFORNIA ELECTRI- offlce ;llld vud 128-130 Folsom 



wall president, Geo H Roe secretary, 
222 Jessie 



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CAL WORKS, Monroe Green- CALIFORNIA ITALIAN f 

wood president, J G Bloomer -sec- ^#4^1^070 B Spl&So*FCo L 

retary and treasurer, Pan! Seller proprietors, 321 8acraroento <T 

superintendent and manager, 35 CALIFORNIA JEWELRY CO 

„ ,.? L "- rket T , . . . ... -J CO, .Levis. OlBros), wholesale j«W- rn 

California Endowment Association, 1 > e j rv -^4 Sutter ™* 

Clark president, A Gilmore secret- ' Ca lifornia Journal, (German), Sundav ~. 

„ SP+^^ll^k™ 01 ^ n „^ n ■ edition Abend H b) 

CALIFORNIA FARMER, pubCo publishers, (P5 California -ri 

(Weekly), J L L F Warren propriet- California Jute Mills, Wilson White & ~ 

or, 1004 Howard Co sellin „ agents, office 109 Oali- Q 

CALIFORNIA FIRE AP- O 

PARATUS MANUFACT- California Kernel Club, 5 9 California {J 

URING CO, Jas S Naisniith California LttM i I m 

LabadieandJ \ Breto nnel) A8nt!ei ' ' 
CALIFORNIA LAND AND -U 

TIMBER CO, AT N.iti..:. CO 

manager, 4ol Caliion ■ » I w 



manager, 18 California, factory cor 
Howard and Eighth 
California Foundry, Frank Bardez pro 
prietor, 211 Mail) 



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CALIFORNIA LIFE AND 
ENDOWMENT ASSSO- 
CI ATION, H W Snow president, 
W H Pettis secretary, 324 Montgom- 
ery 

California Lumber Exchange, A W 
Starbird president, F E Preble sec- 
retary, pier 3, Steuart 

CALIFORNIA MARKET, 
Thos Brown superintendent, Cali- 
fornia to Pine bet Montgomery and 
Kearny 

CALIFORNIA MARKET 
EXCHANGE, Chas Marggraf 
proprietor, cor Summer and Spring 

California and Mexican Steamship Line, 
J Bermingham agent, 10 Market 

CALIFORNIA MILLS, Jos 
eph W Beane and N Parish pro- 
prietors, manufacturers of mould- 
ings, brackets, frames and show- 
case mouldings and general mill 
work, ship and steamboat work a 
specialty, 30 to 34 Spear 

California Mineral Water Co, 511-513 
Sacramento 

CALIFORNIA NATIONAL 
BANK, (R P Thomas president, 
R A Wilson vice president, C H 
Ramsden cashier, 621-623 Market 

California and Nevada Ice Co, 356 Te- 
hama 

Caliornin and Nevada Railroad, 120 
Sutter 

California Oil Refinery, J O Klewisch 
proprietor, 105 Sacramento 
AL I F O R N I A OIL 

WORKS, McKee & Cotton pro- 
prietors, manufacturers and whole- 
sale dealers in linseed, castor and 
cocoanut oils, crushers of linseed 
and other oils, NW cor Main and 
Folsom 

California and Oregon Cider Co, J Klein 
manager, 222 Davis, factory 407 
Merchant 

CALIFORNIA, OREGON 
AND IDAHO STAGE 
CO, A H Boomer manager, 320 San- 
some, room 26 

California Ostrich Farming Co, Moses 
Hopkins president, C A Grow sec- 
recarv, 329 Pine 

CALIFORNIA PAINT CO, 
O S Orrick manager, 22 Jessie 

California Paper Co, Egbert Judson pres- 
ident, W P Johnson secretary and 
manager, office room 43, 320 San- 
some, mills Stockton 

CALIFORI A PATRON 
AND AGRICULTURIST, 
J Chester editor and manager, 
oihce 40 California 



California Paving Co, Jos Scheerer pre- 
sident, C Scheerer secretary, office 
618 Market, store 1632 Market 

California Pharmacy, drugs, etc, cor 
California and Devisadero 

California Piano Manufacturing Co, 
WalterS Pierce secretary and mana- 
ger, SE cor Valencia and Fourteenth 

California Piano String Co, I F Ramac- 
ciotti proprietor, manufacturer of 
piano strings, 147 Beale 

California Pioneer Hall, Fourth near 
Market 

CALIFORNIA PLASTER 
DECORATION WORKS, 
C F Schiller proprietor, manufact- 
urer of center brackets, mouldingB, 
etc, 861 Mission 

California and Portland Cement Co, A Y 
Easterby president, 330 Pine 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY 
CO, W E Stevens agent, NE cor 
Market and Larkin 

CALIFORNIA POWDER 
CO, W Letts Oliver president, F J 
Fletter business manager, 310 Cali- 
fornia 

CALIFORNIA POWDER 
WORKS, (The) John F Lohse 
secretary, office 230 California 

California Printing Office, Chas Lieb 
proprietor, 410 Kearny 

California Quartz Milling Co, Almarin 
Paul Jr secretary, 328 MontgomeryB 

CALIFORNIA REDWOOD 

CO, Chas Page president, Henry 
Sevier secretary, lumber manufact- 
urers, office 316 California, mills 
Eureka and Trinidad Humboldt Co 
California Rifle Association, Col J H 
Dickinson president, Seargant P E 
Vandor secretary, 324 Post 
California Rose Co, florists, 229 Geary 
CALIFORNIA SAFE DE- 
POSIT AND TRUST CO, 
J I) Fry president, C R Thompson 
treasurer, 326 Montgomery and SE 
cor California and Montgomery 

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS 
AND LOAN SOCIETY, (The) 
David Farquharson president, Ver- 
non Campbell secretary, cor Eddy 
and Powell 

CALIFORNIA SCHOONER 
SALOON, William Reimers 
proprietor, 30 Fourth 

CALIFORNIA SHEEP CAS- 
INGS CO, (Max Eu.mI u.-i. 
L Hoffman and Emil Woenne), man 
ufacturers sheep, beef and hog cas- 
ings and butchers tools, 779 Mission 



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409-413 Bush 
California Star Oil Works Co, E Wheaton 
secretary. 123 California 



gomery 



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California Spring Manufacturing Co, J C A. LI. FOR N I A TRANS- i-j 
FnXh president, W F Sperbeck PORTATION CO, A Nelaon HeJ 

secretary, 147-149 New Montgomery, President, NW cor Jackson .v.. O 

CALIFORNIA S T A A.T.S Califo a r S n ' ia Trunk Manufacturing Co,! ^ 
ZEITUNG, (Fedenck Hess & Co) (HvVind & McBrearty), 1086 Market 1 1\ 

CALIFORNIA VIGORIT J> 

POWDER CO, Ed Q Lukens 
manager, 40 California 
^brn^'StatT^Detecti^T^Beureau, California Voice (The), Rev Geo Morris £j 
ThPnC Metzler manager, 5021 Mont- proprietor, 328 Pacific L-j 

jCalifornia Vs'arehouse,(Haslett & Bailey).! I 
NE cor Second and Townsend 

and manager, Geo C Brown More- ^} 
tary and treasurer, Geo H Walli; 
superintendent, 329 Market, factory 
3o2 Bav 

California Woman's Hospital, Sacra- 
mento bet Baker and Lvon 

CALIFORNIA ZINC FOUN- 
DRY, C F Schiller proprietor, 861 
Mission 



gomery enrrOt »*' ' NE cor Second aud Townsend ^ 

California _ _ nn{ i manager. Geo C Brown seere- 



Caliform- 
California Steam Navigation Co, \\ l 
Garratt president, D Marcucci man- 
ager, Washington Street Wharf 

CALIFORNIA STORAGE 
WAREHOUSE, <T H Rooney), 
722 Mission 

California Sugar Refinery, Claus Spreck- 
els president, A B Spreckels sec- 
retary, 327 Market, works Potrero 

California Street Cable Railroad Co, 
Chas Mayne president, T W Hinch- 
man secretary, J W Harrison Super- 
intendent, SE cor California and 
Larkin 

California Street Market, 2420 California 

CALIFORNjI A SUSPEN. 

} CO, S Zekind pro 



DER MFG 

prietor, 10") Battery 



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CALIFORNIA SPIRIT OF 
THE TIMES AND UN- 
DERWRITERS JOUR- 
NAL, Marcus D Boruck editor and 
proprietor, SW cor Jackson and 
Sansome, res 2125 California 

CALIFORNIA TABLE 
BUTTER CO, M Salomon pro- 
prietor, Grand Western Market, 
stalls 21-22, branch of 815 Howard 

California Tallow Works, (Chas Hilly, 
Jerome Milly and B Getz\ office 
209-211 Market, works St Thomas, 
South San Francisco : * 

California Teachers' Agency, Miss Ger- 
trude Hilton, manager, 209 Gran 
ave 

California Theater, Bush bet Kearny and 
Grant ave 

CALIFORNIA TITLE INS 
AND TRUST CO. Milton 



Samuel Hill, Pacific Coast agent, I i-j 

634 Market 
Calisher J, proprietor Baldwin News' p> 

Companv, cor Market and Powell,, ©a 

res 710 Taylor I W 

Calish John J, barber, 2124 Fillmore,! g 

res same I M 

CALL MORNING, (Daily and J> 

Weekly), San Francisco Call Co pub- ( 1-3 

Ushers, 525 Montgomery I £* 

Callaghan Daniel, president The First *- 

National Bank of San Francisco, res 

830 Eddy 
Callaghan Daniel, (McCarthy Bros k Co), 

res 830 Eddy 
Callaghan M, saloon, 820 Howard, res 

same 
C ALE AH AN ICHAS, importer 

and dealer in cast and wrought iron F^ 

scrap, 128-130 Folsom, res 415 Gold- ^ 

en Gate ave | ^ 

Callahan Daniel, saloon, 50 Seventh, rea i-d 

same Q 

Callahan David, bootmaker. 274 Bran O 

nan, res same , r* 

CALLEAU ARM AND, i Q 

leau ft afaaeeoca), rea 1494 Geary pJ 

Callen James, saloon, 1742 Market, rea k* 

1513^ Market | 

B Callender H A, bakery, cor Geary and ta 

Devisadero, res aame 
Callender H A, Jpweler, 139 Kearny, rea p3 

cor Gearv and DeTlaedero W 

Callender J T, saloon, 5 Broadway ^tj 

Calley R B, mercliandise broker, 54 S«c- ^ 

oud. res Oakland 



Glapp aeeretary, 206 Banaome 

California Tool Works, J Wejchart pro 

prietor, 143-145 Beale 
California Transfer Co, John Hayes gen 

eral manager, 222 M ontgomer y 

fe N »ff IStoltz's Walnut Cosmetic"* ISK^fiSE^.? - " 



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Callinan John, barber, 163 Second, res 

538 Howard 
Callinghani W J, general insurance 

agent, 213-215 Sansonie, res 2104 Van 

Ness ave 
Callis Antonio, fruits and vegetables, 

165U Mission, res Twentieth and 

Church 
Calnan Daniel, (Calnan & Donegan), res 

744 Folsom 

CALNAN & DONEGAN,(Daniel 
Calnan and J J Donegan), wood and 
coal, 716 Folsom 

Calnan John J, harness maker, 415 Fol- 
som 

Calnen Timothy, saloon, 2545 Mission 

Calsing Miss Amelia, dressmaking, 437 
Sixth 

Calumet Gold Mining Co, A B Paul Jr 
secretary, 20 Safe Deposit Build'g 

Calvary Presbyterian Church, Rev Sam'l 
P Sprecher pastor, cor Geary and 
Powell 

Calvert John, druggist, NW cor Fourth 
and Howard, res same 

CAM ARINOS D G, commission 
merchant, 519 Sansome, and cigars 
and tobacco, cor Sutter and Powell, 
res 433 Sutter 

Cambrian Hall, Thos Price president, 
John Edwards secretary, 1133 Mis- 
sion 

Camera Peter, boots and shoes, 628 
Broadway 



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2 Cameron Angus, (A Cameron & Co). r< 

"*^ 2210 Steiner 

Cameron & Crowe Mmes, (Mrs M L 
Crowe and Mrs D Cameron), dress 
makers and milliners, 629 Valencia 
_J Cameron Mrs D, (Cameron k Growe) 

||| j res 629 Valencia 

**■ j Cameron George, grocer, 331 Bryant 

Lt. ! Cameron Robert A, (Stevens & Cameron) 



Campbell Donald Y, attorney at law, 530 
California, res Orchard' near Tele- 
graph ave, Oakland 

CAMPBELL, E L, attorney at 
law, 23U Montgomery, res 1719 La 
guna 

Campbell Mrs Emanuel, varieties 
16442$ Mission 

Campbell G A, clerk, C P Lolor, res 206 
Eddy 

Campbell George D, attorney at law, 230 
Montgomery, res Petaluma 

Campbell George T, (California Bellows 
Manufacturing Co), res 935 Howard 

CAMPBELL HENRY C, at 

torney at law, 530 California, res 
Saucelito 

Campbell Homar C, secretary, Pacific 
Bridge Co, res Oakland 

Campbell James, toys, 243 Fourth, reB 
same 

Campbell Jas, (California Bellows Man- 
ufacturing Co), res 703 Market 

Camgbell J A, (N Gray & Co), res 711 
Jones 

Campbell John, bootmaker, 2123 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Campbell J W H, grain elevator and re- 
ceiver, Section 1, Sea Wall North 
Beach, res 816 Lombard 

CAMPBELL MURDOCH, 
dealer in shipwrights' caulkers' and 
joiners' tools, ship hardware a spec- 
ialty, 7 Steuart, res 1705 Stevenson 



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LAJHLRON A & CO, (A Cam- Campbell P H, grocer, 33 Clementina 
eron and F Cumming), wood turners, *i a -m-d-d-ct t ». c » ,,„„„ 

' CAMPBELL JSl SANDER. 

SON, (Colin Campbell and A A 

Sanderson), attorneys at law, 530 

California 
Campbell Mrs Sarah, fruits, 211 Sixth 
Campbell Thos, shipsmith, 270 Brannan. 

res same 

CAMPBELL VERNON, secre 
tary California Savings and Loan 
Society, res 607 Florida 

Campbell W H, commission merchant 
402 Front, res 628 Twenty.third 

Campbell W H, cemetery fences and 
granite monuments, 3413 Geary, res 



ft* | res Natick House 



Camilloni G & Co, (G Camilloni), fish 
stall, 5 Clay Street Market 

Camilloni G, (G Camilloni & Co), res 520 
Vallejo 

Camous Andre, locksmith and bell 
hanger, 436 Bush 

Caampbell Alex Jr, attorney at law, 614 
Merchant 

CAMPBELL A Sr, attorney at 
law, 53u California, res Orchard near 
Telegraph ave, Oakland 

Campbell & Co, business agents and 
house brokers, 235 Kearny 

Campbell Colin, (Campbell & Sander- 
son), res Orchard near Telegraph 
ave, Oakland 



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Campe Frederich, groceries, liquors 
and cigars, NW cor Fourth and Te- 
hama, res 306 Tehama 

Campe Henry, (Siebe, Campe & Co), res 
1605 Howard 

Campodonico Stefano, (A Piaggio & Co), 
res 837 Pacific 

Campine A, dyeing works, 2020 Fill- 
more, resides same 

CAMPI'S RESTAURANT, 

barton & Fantma proprietors, 33- 
35 % O'Farrell 



w* I e n Tiles for Floors, Heartha, Wainscotings, Bath Rooms, 
PattiSOU E. A. & CO. etc. Estimates furnished on application. 308 Stockton. 



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Canadian Pacific Railway, Goodall, Per- 
kins & Co general agents 10 Market 
M M Stern ticket agent, 222 Mont- 



gomery 
Canavan J A, (P F Canavan & Son), 303 
Sixth, res 1129 Howard 

CA b^X^e?sSbie,112 C 5Towa 1 rd, 
res 1129 Howard 

CANAVAN PF& SON, (P * 

Canavan and Jno A Canovan), butch 

ers, 303 Sixth and 1129 Howard 
Cancy John, saloon, NE cor Twenty 

second and Guerrero 
Cane Alfred, dentist, office and res I 

Turk 
CANE JOHN, boarding house, 21 

Broadway 
Canessa Paride, (Cevasco & Canessa), res 

10C9 Mason 
Candau F & Co, (F Candan an I Dupre 

Grax), liquor and wines, 213 Third 
Canham Fred, (Morgan Bros & Canharn) 

114J$ Shotwell 
Cannavan M, (Cannavan & Smith), res 

913 % Mission 

CANNAVAN & SMITH, (M 

Cannavan and H Smith), FelsenBeer 

Halle, 1164 Market and 4 Taylor 
Cannon Eron, photographer, 523 Kearny 

res Temescal 
Cannon Mrs L L, fancy goods 1554 How- 
ard, res same 
Conovan P J, (Watkins & Canavan), res 

1129 Howard 
Canton Insurance Office, (United), of 

Hong Kong, Parrott & Co agents, 306 

California 
Cantos M B, barber, 1535 Geary, res 

same 
Cantrell T G, (Marshutz & Cantrell), res 

1216 Larkin 
CANTWELL & CO, (H C Cant 

well and H C Tibbitts, photographic 



Cappelletti G V, (Cappelletti k Behrud), 

res 6 Eddv 
Cappelletti k Behrud, (G V Cappelletti 

and G Behrud), architects, 6 Eddy 

room 97-98 

CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL 

CO, A J Spinner, M D proprietor, 
652 Market 
Carbone J, (Carbone & Monti), res 
Blanding ave, Alameda 

CARBONE & MONTI, (J Car 

bone and P Monti;, nursery, 343 

Kearny 
Card E F, physician, 2406 Sutter, rea 

California NVomen's Hospital 
Card William H, dentist, 413 Bush, res 

Alameda 
Cardall vV F, restaurant, 806 Mission 

res 636 Minna 
CARDONA S AD ALBERTO 

De, manager La Correspondent 

410 Kearny, res 10 Bernard 
Cardoza John, (Lisbon House), res 315 

Drumm 
Caresmel H, professor languages, 55 

Vallejo, res same 
Caresmel Henry, dying works, 234 Mont 

gomery ave, res 3 Antonia place 
Carey Mrs Agnes, dressmaker, 711 H 

Clementina 
Carey Mrs Annie, bakery, 1314 Eddy 
Carey Maj Asa B, paymaster Presido of 

San Francisco, res same 
Carken Joseph, saloon, cor Powell and 

Filbert, res same 
CARL A, coopershop, 204-206 Com- 

meicial, res 10 Boardman place 
Carle August, general merchandise, 1512 

Stockton, res same 
Carleton Mrs J, dressmaker, 248 Ellis, 

res same 



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1105 Sutter 



printers, 8 Sixth narHn John ritv 

Cantwell H C, (Cantwell & Co), res Sj "^/ ™'^ 
Sixth 



?ent Robert Dickson, 



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- Franklin res saine I and s , at j one r S , 226 California 30 

C a pdevlelleTbeodore, saloon, 218 Mont-- Carlisle & C o>, res 1810 nj 



gomery ave, res same 
Capital Cigar Factory, manufacturers! 

cigars, 619 Clay 
Capitol Flour Mills, (Dening Palmer j 

Milling Co*, 114-116 Sacramento 

CAPITOL HOUSE, r L Turpin 

proprietor, 537 Sacramento 
CAPP CHARLES S, (C s Capp 

& Co), res 1214 McAllister 
CAPP A S & CO , (Charles B 
Capp), real estate and house broker, 
638 Market 



CARLL, A W, manager Open 

Hall and Dancing Academy, cor 
Grove and Laguna, res same 

CARLSON & ANDERSON, 

(O Carlson and J Q Anderson), pro- 
prietors Columbia Beer Hall, 811 S 
Kearny 

Carlson Bros, (C E Carlson Mid B A Oar* 
son), saloon, 418 

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Carlson Edward, (Carlson & Currier) 

res 1 708 Sacramento 
Carlson Gr H, (Jonnson & Carlson), res 

Park House 
CARLSON JOHN G, coal and 

wood, 313-315 First, res same 
CARLSON OLOF, (Carlson & 

Anderson), res 631 Sacramento 

Carlson S A, (Carlson Bros), res Alameda 

Carman Wm, physician, 410 Post, res 

same 



& Son), 104 San Jose ave 

Carpenter Thomas & Son, (Thomas and 
John Carpenter), plumbers, 8u7 
Valencia 

Carpenter W H, (W H Carpenter & Son) 
res 966 Howard 

Carpenter W H & Son, (W H Carpenter 
and H E Carpenter), veterinary sur- 
geons, 371 Natorna 

Carpentier Alphonse, commission mer- 
chant, 438 California, res 2428 
Twelfth, Oakland 

Carpy C, (C Carpy & Co), res 825 Golden 
Gate ave 



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1224 Market, res same 
CARNALL NATHAN C, 

real estate, 26 Montgomery, res 
Redwood City 

Carnduff Mrs F F, varieties, 1552 How- 
ard, res same 

Carneal Thos, (Lusk Canning Co), res 
Oakland 

Carnes Geo A, librarian, Odd Fellows 



library Association, Seventh and 

Market, res 13 Guy Place 
Caro Louis, fancy goods, 236 Fifth, res 

same 
Caro Minnie, clothing, 312 Pacific 
Caro Samuel, varieties, 43 third, res 

945 Howard 
CAROLAN & CO, (James Caro- 

lan), importers hardware, 111-115 

California 
Carolan James, (Carolan & Co), res 

1714 California 

Caronte Joseph, umbrellas and parasols 
11 1 Taylor 

CAROSIO A, fruit and vegetables, 
613 Montgomery ave, res 713 Fil 

Carpenter E H, shipping, 29 Steuart res 
966 Howard 

CARPENTER E W, general 
agent Royal, Monarch, Union and 



Carr John, "apothecary with Justin 

Gates, 722 Montgomery 
Carr Jno S, assistant post master res 

816 Baker 
Carr Miss Julia G, varieties, 1203 Turk 
Carr Peter J, furniture, 2801 Mission 

res same 
Carr Thos, saloon, 306 Minna 
Carranza Mrs V A, dressmaker, 531 

Geary, res same 



Carren Mrs Catherine, varieties, 229 

Fifteenth, res same 
Carrere B, restaurant, cor St Thomas 

and Yazoo 
Carrere Pierre (Carrere & Potentini), res 

445 Bush 
Carrere & Potentini (Andrew Potentini 

and Pierre Carrere), restaurant, SW 

cor Bush and Grant ave 
Carrey Edmond, French Consul, room 7 

606 Montgomery, Tes NE cor Sutter 

and Steiner 
Carrick J R (Carrick, Williams & Wright' 

res San Mateo 
Carrick, Williams & Wright (JR Carrick 

Hannibal Williams and William S 

Wright), San Francisco Box Factory 

515-519 Fifth 
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Cartan, McCarthy & Co, (Frank M Car- « 
tan and Timothy F McCarthy), ^ 
wholesale liquors and cigars, 511-, - 
513 Sacramento u 

CARTER BROS, (Thomas and I ^« 
Martin Carter), car manufacturers, 
42 Market, works Newark, Alameda r^ 
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CARROLL, ABRAMS & 

CARROLL, (Richard T. Car- 
roll, John Abrams and Geo L Car- 
roll), wholesale liquors, 109 Front 
CARROLL BROS, (Thos Carroll 
and Patrick Carroll), grocers, 123 

E Clark) plumbers, stoves, tinners Carter Martin (Carter Bros), and stock!-- 
^fffiffSSS- liquors Cart^^ho^ariSarter Bros), res 8^ 



2121 Mission, res same 
Carroll Geo L (Carroll, Abrams & Car- 
roll), res 1314 Geary 
Carroll James, saloon, 214 Fifth 
Carroll James L, dry goods, 2021 Mis- 
sion, res same 
Carroll J M (McBride & Carroll), res 4 
Garden ^ ■»,»«. 

Carroll Jno A, stenographer Hall & 

Rodgers, res 926 Montgomery 
Carroll Michael, saloon 118 Fifth, res 

122 Turk 
Carroll Michael, bootmaker, 7o3 Bran- 
nan, res same „-«_- 

CARROLL PATRICK, (Car- 
roll Bros), res 12u6 Guerrero 
Carroll Richard T), Carroll, Abrams & 

Carroll), res 1520 Van Ness ave 
Carroll Thos H, (Carroll & Clark), res 4 

Garden _. _ 

CARROLL THOMAS, (Carroll 

Bros), res 1206 Guerrero 
Carroll T P, auditor Wells, Fargo & Co's 

Express, res 518 Lombard 
Carroll T W, tailor, 1910 Polk, res same 
Carry Michael, saloon, 670. Howard, res 

150 Tehama 
Carsalia Martin, oyster saloon, 15 Third 
Carson H W, grocer, 224 First, res 3 

Tehama 
Carson James G, attorney at law, 344 

Kearny 
CARSON JOHN B, attorney at 

law, 410 Kearny, res M51 Minna 
Carson Samuel & Co, (Samuel Carson 
and L Curran Clark), publishers 
and wholesale book sellers, 3 San- 



Carson Samuel, (Samuel Carson & Co), 

res Pacific ave near. Buchanan 
Carson Win, (Dolbeer & Carson), res 

Eureka, Cal 
Carstan Christ, saloon, 254 Brannan, res 

same 
Carstensen Julius, groceries and li 

quors, NW cor Twenty-ninth and 

Dolores, res same 
Cartan C M, painter and paper hanger 

549 Clay 
Cartan Frank M, (Cartan, McCarthy & 

Co), res 330 Sutter 



Mason 
Carter Wm F, (Adams & Carter), res 1225 

Golden Gate ave 
Carthcut J L, (L N Handy & Co), res 243 

Perry 
Carthy Miss Jennie, varieties. 505 

Third, res same 
C ARTO C F, agent E G Lyons & Co, 

wholesale liquors, 508 Jackson, res 

7 Dikeman 

CARTTER JAMES N, cigars 

and tobacco and laundry office, 545 

California, res What Cbeer House 
Carville Manufacturing Co, carriage 

manufactory, 9 Powell 
C ARY & BLAKE, (Isaac G Cary 

and W H Blake), hairdressers, 515 

California 
Cary Isaac G, (Carey & Blake), res 1034 

Clay 
Cary James C, attorney at law, rooms 

8-9-10, 628 Montgomery, res 810 

Chestnut 
CASABONE J B, (Casatxme & 

Viinionlet), res 228 Montgomery ave 

CASABONE & MINJOU- 

LET, (J B Casabone and Feluien 

Minjoulet), saloon, 228 Montgomery 

ave 
Casanova Henry, (F Daneri & Co), res 

Oakland 
Casassa Chas H, leader First Regiment 

Band, office 223 Kearny 
Casassa S, (A L Bacigalupi & Co), res 

Pacific bet Powell and Mason 
Case C E, dentist, 209 Kearny, res Sau- 

celito 
Case George A , bakery and coffee saloon, 

829 Valencia, res same 
Case P S, coffee saloon, 410 Hayes, res 

same 
Casebolt H & Co, carriage manufac- 
turers, office 31 Market, factory cor 

Laguna and Union 
Casella Nicola, tailor, 302 Montgomery 

ave, res 2 Union place 
Cases Albert, boots and shoes, 702 

Broadway, res same 
Casey James, groceries and liquors, 17 

Zoe, res same 
Casey Jas, painter. 19 Golden Gate ave 



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^ 158 Shipley 

"* Casey Miss N, millinery, 1003 Mission 
res 18 Turk 
Casey Lieut Thomas L, engineer depart- 
ment, 217 Phelan Building, res 712 
Sutter 
CASHIN JO& CO, (J O Cashin 
and Ed R Myrick), pork packers, 
wholesale and retail, and dealers 
in sugar cured hams, bacon and 
lard, 117 Fifth and 321-323 Francisco 
Cashin J O, (J O Cashin & Co), res S"W 

cor Webster and Sacramento 
Cashman D, (Doyle & Cashman), res 764 

Howard 
Casner Jonas, cigars and tobacco, 1C8 
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Castelhun F J, attorney at law, 5 

Montgomery, res 23 Ridley 
Castiglioni F.butcher, 1719 Stockton, rea 



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Castillar Mrs H M, bookbinder 
Washington, res same 

Castis Nicholas, fruits, 104 Eddy, res 
same 

Castle Albert E, (Castle Bros), res NE 
cor Van Ness ave and Sutter 

Castle Brothers, (Fred L Castle, 
Walter M Castle and Albert Castle) 
tea importers and wholesale gro- 
cers, 213-215-217 Front 

Castle Charles, cigars and tobacco, 356 
Third, resist Freelon 

Castle Fred L (Castle Bros), res NE cor 
Van Ness ave and Sutter 



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fitoassr and dealers T^^fffe** (Macon ^ y 

^^^j^^^^n^^^^e Bros), res 1824 

Cas/JThardware, 366 Third, res sam^t^ F^rtS ^"^ & CaStr0) ' M 
CaS Wo? anah ' ladi68 ' nUrS6> 1330 |CASWELL MRS EE, importer 
CASSIDY MRS M E, dealer inl Gel?? -**-*' ™ ^' "» 322 
tobacco, 143 Caswell G W (Caswell k Knell), res 1608 



Fifth, res same 

Cassilly J P, physician, 1116% Howard, 
res same 

Casein P J, (P J Cassin & Co), res 917 
Golden Gate ave 

Cassin P J & Co, (P J Cassin), wholesale 
liquors, 433 Battery 

Cassio G A, barber, 1423 Dupont, res 
same 

CASSON WM H, (Knobioch & 
Casson), res 1130 Kentucky 

Cassor Peter, game and poultry, 543 
Merchant, res Washington bet 
Montgomery and San some 

Castagnetlo Giovanni, dry goods, 1234 
Dupont, res same 

Castagnino H, (E Castagnino & Son) 
res 1509 Stockton 

Castagnino Emanuel, (E Castagnino & 
Son), res 1509 Stockton 

CASTAGNINO EMANUEL 
& SON, (Peter Castagnino, E 
Castagnino and H Castagnino), car- 
penters, builders, contractors andl 



furniture, house an 

1509 Stockton 
Castagnino Peter, (E Castagnino & Son) 

res 1509 Stockton 
Castanino Andrea, fish, 1409 Dupont res 

same 
Castel George, furniture, 211 Ellis res 

same 
Castelhun F C, physician, 506 Twen- 

tieth, res 816% Valencia 



Washington 

CASWELL & KNELL (G w 

Caswell and L C Knell), teas, coffees 

and spices, 103 Halleck 
Catechi John, varieties, 204 Second, rea 

same 
Cathcart A B, book keeper T Whiteley 

& Co, res Berkeley 
Catholic Mutual Beneficial Association 

Wm F Watson secretary, 48 Phelan 

Building 
Catt Geo W, engineer S F Bridge Co, 

42 Market 
Cattermole Chas H, shipchandler, NW 

cor Davies and Broadway, res 1522 

Mason 

CATTON, BELL & CO (F R 

Catton, J E Bell and A D Harrison) 
shipping and commission mer 
chants, wool agencv and scouring 
mill, office 406 California, Mil] NW 
cor Sixth *nd Townsend 
CATTON F R (Catton, Bell & Co), 
res 1056 Poplar, Oakland 



ign painters, CAtJLFIELD & CO (H F Caul- 
field and Jas Fitzpatrick), plumbers 
and gasfitters, 510 Bryant 

CAULFIELD HENRY F (Caui- 

field & Co), res 228 Ritch 

CAUSSE MRS V, French laundry 
32ll Larkin 

Cavagnaro D, dairy produce, 628 Broad- 
way, res same 



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Cavagnaro F, bootmaker, 1719 Stockton, 

res same 
Cavagnaro Joseph F, attorney at law, 

715 Clay, res 911 Jackson 
Cavalli Geo F, dairy agency and pro- 

prieterL'Elvezia, 14* Montgomery 

ave, res 1532 Stockton 
Cavanagh H I, barber, 1753 Mission, 

res same 
CAVANAGH WM A (Daily 
^ Cavanagh), res 52; Howard 
Cavanagh Mrs A D, saloon, cor Sixth 

and Folsom 
Cavasso Mrs H, shirt factory and fur- 
nishing goods, 608 Montgomery, res 

606 Montgomery 



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Jentral Park, D McNiel, proprietor, cor "0 
Eighth and Market m 

Central Pacific Railroad Co's Building, 
NE cor Fourth and Townsend 

Central Presbyterian Church* NE cor 
Golden Gate Ave and Polk 

Central R R Co, Charles Main, presi- 
dent, Jabez Hatch, secretary, office 
44 Turk 



Centre Market, N Dodge superinten 

dent, SE cor Grant Ave and Sutter 
Cereghino Benedetto, wood and coal, 

430 Pacific 
Ceregbino David, (G & D Cereghino) 

res 3262 Mission 
Cereghino & Debenedetti (Joseph Cere- 
ghino and Joseph Debenedetti), dry 
606 Montgomery goods 3258 Mission 

rAVENDISH H M. attorney at Cereg hino G & D (Giovanni Cereghino 
law 526Kearny, res 420 Van Ness and Dav id Cereghino, saloon, 3262 



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Mission 
Cereghino Giovanni, (G & D Ceregnino) 

res 3262 Mission 
Cereghino Joseph (Cereghino & Debe 

nedetti), res 3258 Mission 
Cereghino Rocco, groceries and liquors, 

Mission bet Twenty-ninth and 

Thirtieth, res same 
Cerf Albert (Cerf , Schloss & Co), res 716 

Post 



Cavlo Dericco, Saloon, 416 Pacific 
Cavo A, (A Cavo & Co) res 1302 McPher- 

son, Alameda 
Cavo A & Co, (A Cavo), marble works, 

706 Battery 
Cavour Hotel, 702 Front 
Cawley George, saloon, 13 Taylor, res 27 

Taylor 
CAWLEY WM,Baloon, 147 Third,, -y m ^^ 

res same _,_ u 110 o Cerf M Blochman & Cerf), res 1203 

CAYOT CELESTE, liquors, 1122 ueri Sutter 



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Harrison, res same 

Cazeaux D, (Cazaaux & Drayeur) res cl3 
Sacramento 

Cazeaux & Drayeur, (D Cazeaux and A 
Drayeur), proprietor Miners Restau- 
rant 531-533 Commercial 

Cazeaux J, butcher, 65 Centre Market 
res 520 Sutter 

Cazeres Guillaume, butcher, 322 Fifth 

Cedar River Coal Co, J J MeKinnon pres 
ident, 106-112 Mission 

Celery, Beef and Iron Extract Co, N ^ 
Griswold president, W H J Matthews 
secretary, 15-17 Post ■ 

Cellar George, confectionery, 1311 Pow- 
ell 

Cellarius C, (Thomas Taylor k Co) res 
2412 Pacific ave 

CELLARIUS G G, wood and 

coal, 211 Mason, res 112 Ellis 

CENTEMERI KID GLOVES 

T Henry Asche, 10 Geary 
Centenarv Methodist Church, Rev J J 

Ransom, Pastor, 1715 Bush 
Central American Packet Lines, 2C 

California 
Central G & S M Co, F E Dietz secretary 

Stock Exchange Building 
Central M E Church, Mission bet Sixth 

and Seventh 



Sutter 

CERF, SCHLOSS & CO, (Albert 
Cerf and Ben Schloss), manufactu- 
rers' agents crockery, glassware, 
etc, 111 Battery 

Cerisala (W Laingnitto & Co), res 1819 
Union 

Cerisola N, boarding-house, 331 Broad- 
way 

Cernogorcevich Christopher, saloon 15 
Vallejo, res 1711 Jones 

Cerruti Antonio, saloon 1326 Dupont, 
res 5 Gavin 

CERVELLI E, Colombo Hotel, 
621 Broadway 

CEVASCO & CANESSA, G B 

Cevasco and Paride Canessa, pu- 
blishers & proprietors Voce del Po- 
polo, 535 Washington, Italian News- 
paper. (See adv page 5) 

Cevasco G B (Cevasco & Canessa), re 
1216 Filbert 

Chace H B, moulding, etc, 126 Mam, 
res 2126 Broderick 

CHADBOURNE C F, ™« | 

chandise broker, 200 California, res 1 -^ 

712 Filbert, Oakland K.J 

Chadbourne F S(F S Chadbourne ft Oo), |"|-| 

res 1106 Bush -r-i 

Chadbourne F S & Co, (F S Chadbourne .. M 

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Chadbourne Jabez, attorney at law, 214 
Sansome, res Encinalave near High 
Alameda 

CHADBOURNE T J, (Eclips 

Cracker Co), res 1414 Dupont 
Chaffee, Gilbert & Bonestel, merchants, 

office 400 Front 
Chaigneau Alfred, proprietor, Le 
Franco Californien, (Courrier de 
San Francisco), 536 Clay, res 214 
San Jose ave 
Chaigneau V A, physician, 715 Clay, res 

214 San Jose ave 
Chalfant S P, dentist, 5% Kearny, res 

same 
Chalmers James C, manager Crystal 
Vinegar Works, 323 Front, res 527 
Twenty-second 
Chalmers W L, agent Fire Insurance 
Association of London, 423 Califor- 
res 641 Golden Gate ave 
Chamber of Commerce, Thos J Haynes 

secretary, 58 Merchant's Exchange 
Chamberlain Mrs H, proprietress Nuc- 
leus Hotel, cor Third and Market 
and The Rossmore 306 Stockton 

CHAMBERLIN JOSEPH P, 

proprietor Junction Saloon, Junc- 
tion Valencia and Mission, res cor 
San Jose ave and Army 

CHAMBERLIN R A, wholesale 
butcher, 411% California, res 1224 
Mission 

Chamberlin W, proprietor, The Beres- 
ford House, 600 Bush 

Champagne Joseph, saloon, 643 Broad- 
way 

CHAMPION & ELDER, 

(Geo W Elder and T E Champion) 
contractors, 302 Montgomery 

CHAMPION MACHINE CO, 

(Amos Whiteley president, S H 
Ray manager, wholesale and retail 
dealers in reapers, mowers and self 
binders, 10-12 Main 
Champion Mining Company, Theo "Wet- 
zel secretary, 522 Montgomery 
Champion M Co, (Mono Co, California) 

2 Nevada Block- 
Champion T E, (Champion & Elder), res 
10 Bartlett 

CHANDLER ED J, manager, 
Napa and Sonona Valley, wine de- 
pot, 1501 Fillmore corO'Farrell, res 
1323% Steiner 

Chandler Fred D, (Stanford, Lien & Co) 
res Saucelito 

Chandler R D, coal and iron, 507-509 
East, res SE cor Chestnut and Hyde 

Chandler T H & Co, (T H Chandler) 
coffees, teas and spices, 26 Main 



Chaperi Isaac, butcher, 992 Folsom J Bush 



cnapin Charles, real estate, 306 Pine 
rOom' 6 

CHAPIN GEO W, real estate 
agent, 314 Montgomery, room 13, res 
NW cor Sanchez and Hancock 

Chapman A F, solicitor Journal of Com- 
merce, 411 California 

Chapman Mrs Carrie L, assistant book- 
keeper Journal of Commerce 411 
California, res 907 Sutter % 

Chapman Cbas C, (Chapman & Moeh) 
res 797 Mission 

Chapman CE (Horn & Chapman), res 
504 Kearnv 

Chapman E B,' (J F Chapman & Co), res 
1021 Ninth ave, Oakland 

Chapman F M, Norfolk Stables, 126 
Ellis, res 418 Ellis 

Chapman H, watchmaker, 608 Merchant 
res East Berkeley 

CHAPMAN J F & CO, (J F 

Chapman and E B Chapman), ship- 

ping and commission, 22 California 
Chapman J F, (J F Chapman & Co), res 

1021 Ninth ave, Oakland 
CHAPMAN & MOCH, (C c 

Chapman and M Moch), hatters, 797 

Mission 

CHAPMAN & SLACK, (W H 

Chapman and Charles W Slack), at- 
torneys at law, office 320 California, 
rooms 7-8 
CHAPMAN WILFRID B, 

consul for Belgium, 12a California 
res Union Club 
CHAPMAN W H, (Chapman & 
Slack), office 320 California, res 
Berkeley 
CHAPMAN WM S, mining, 306 

Pine, room 6, res Palace Hotel 
Chariot Madame Leontine, ostrich feath- 
ers, 415 Stevenson, res same 
Charmak H, watches and jewelry, 846 

Market, res 1059 Golden Gate ave 
Charonnat Er, mining, 406 Montgom 

ery, res Nevada City 
CHARTER OAK LIVERY 
STABLE, John T Hays proprie- 
tor, 775 Market 
Chartrey Raoul, vice-president Joshua 
Hendy Machine Works, res 2321 
Jackson 
Chase Albert, physician and sxirgeon, 

652 Market, res same 
Chase Lieut Geo N, Fourth Infantry, 
202 Phelan Building, res Fort Win- 
field Scott, California 
Chase J B, stevedore, 17 Steuart, res 

1518 Mason 
Chase Miss Leonore, dressmaker, 967 

Mission, res same 
IChase Mrs L M, boarding house, 603 



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Chase Q A, (Kohler & Chase) 

Cottage, Oakland 
Chase W T, carpenter, 3 Howard 
Chase W W, (W W Chase & Co), res 506 

Capp 
Chase William W & Co), W W Chase and 
R M Collins), hay and grain, 1912 
Market, branch store 619-021 Fourth 
Cbassagne Leon, (E A Jaujou & Co), res 

1830 Powell 
Chatain Evariste, (Chatain &Giletti), res 

1707 Sacramento 
CHATAIN & GILETTI. (Evar- 
iste Chatain & Secondo Giletti), Ro- 
man Artificial Stone and Mosaic 
Marble Tiles Manufactory, 1707 
Sacramento 
Chateau C A, artist, 420 Post, res same 
Chateau Rose, laundry, 904 Stockton 
Chatham Joseph, saloon, 1201 Steiner, 

res same 
Chattan J C, proprietor Everett House, 

55 Second 
CHAUCHE A G, importer 
and wholesale dealer foreign and 
native wines, 615-617 Front, and 
proprietor Mont Rouge Vineyard 
and cellar, Livermore Valley, Ala- 
meda Co. 
Cheignon Mrs Adolph, groceries, 814 

Howard, res same 
Chelini Lazzroa, fruits, 528 Third 
Cheminant Alaxis S, bookkeeper Win 
Letts Olilr, 328 Montgomery, res 
Alameda 
Cheney J C, (Brakenridge & Co), res 

177 Sixteenth 
Cheng Ping, Vice Consul China, 917 

Clay, res same 
CHENOWETH J M, liquor 
merchant, 902-904 Market, and 3-5 
Ellis 
Chesley C P, physician, 754 Howard 
Cbealey Geo W (Sacramento), office 310 

Sacramento 
Chesney Dennis, saloon, 111 Grant ave, 

res 19 % Sixth 
Chessler & Anderson, (Frederick Chess- 
ler and Adolph Anderson) saloon, 
518 Pacific 
Chester H C, house mover, 1408 Mission 
CHESTER J, editor and manager 
California Patron and Agriculturist, 
office, 40 California, res Regent bet 
R R ave and San Jose ave, Alameda 
Chetwood & Co, (J T Chetwood & John 
E Griffith), hardware, 1804 Market 

CHETWOOD JOHN Jr, at 

turney at law, 214 Sausoine, res 
Hotel Merritt, Oakland 
Chetwood J T, (Chetwood & Co), res 28 
Seventh 



Chevalier Mrs A, lodging house, 405 
Geary, res same 

Chevalier F & Co, (Geo F Chevalier), 
wholesale liquors, 520-522 Washing- 
ton 

Chevalier Geo F, (F Chevalier & Co), re^ 
1311 Powell 

Chevassus Edouard, agent French Board 
of Underwriters, 205 Sansome, res 
1710 Fillmore 

Chever Edward E, capitalist, 26 Mont- 
gomery, res 419 Stockton 

Chew Mrs J, confectionery and bakery, 
1109 Sutter, res same 

Cheyne Robert, fruits and |pys, 140 
First, res same 

Chicago and Alton R R, Chas Macabe, 
Pacific coast agent, 8 New Mont- 
gomery 

Chicago Art School, (The New), Win 
Lemos and wife, proprietors, 126 
Kearny 

Chicago Clock Co, 1063 Mission 

CHICAGO CLOTHING CO, 

Alfred Lilienfeld and Julius Her- 
mann, managers, cor Post and 

CHICAGO FURNITURE 

CO, M A Bernstein, proprietor, 
wholesale and retail dealer in fur- 
niture and bedding, 843, 845, 847 
Market 
Chicago Hotel, Mrs E. W Heimburg & 
Co, proprietors, 220-228 Pacific 

CHICAGO LIVERY AND 
BOARDING STABLE, 

George Redding, proprietor, 111 

Fifth 
Chicago Magnetic Shield Co, Mrs M J 

Tucker, manager, 106 Post, res 120 

McAllister 
Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul Rail- 
way, Chas E Fairbank, traffic agent, 

138 Montgomery 
Chicago and Northwestern Railway, H 

P Stanwood, general agent, 2 New 

Montgomery 
Chicago Phoenix M Co, Daniel Buck, 

secretary, 81 Nevada block 
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail- 
way, Clinton Jones, agent, office 36 

Montgomery 
Chichizola A, wholesale grocer, 322 

Pacific, res 325 Broadway 
Chickering W H, (Olney, Chickering & 

Thomas), attorney at law, res 9.0 

Sixteenth, Oakland 
Chief of Police, Patrick Crowley, room 1, 

Old City Hall 
Chielovich E, liquors, SE cor Mark* 

and Fifth 
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Childrens' Day Home, care of Sisters 
Holy Family, Sister M Dolores su- 
perior, 110 Hayes, branch Powell 
bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Childs Geo E, varieties, cor Eddy and 
Polk, res 913 Bryant 

Childs Walter C, (Gillespy & Childs) res 
Glencoe, Cal 

Chile Consul, Henry Barroilhet, 524 
Montgomery 

CHILINE G, (Chiline & Rossi), res 
332 Sixth 

CHILINE & ROSSI (G Chiline 
and V Rossi), retail fruits and 
vegetables, 332 Sixth 

Chinese Consul, Frederick A Bee, 917 
Clay 

Chinese First Presbyterian Church, 
fe: Stockton, bet Clay and Washington 

*~ Chinese Theater (New), 623 Jackson 

Chincovich Steve D, <E Lauterbach & 
Co), res 305 McAllister 

Chipara John, (G Podesta & Co) res 8 
Dunn alley 
CO Chismore George, physician, 920 Mar- 
ket 

Chittenden Talman, attorney at law 
220 Sansorae, res 633 Valencia 

CHOLLAR M CO, A K P Har- 
mon president, Chas E Elliot sec- 
retary, 79 Nevada Block 

Chown J G (Novelty Hardware Co), res 
534 Turk 

Choynski I N, editor and publisher 
Public Opinion, 105 Tavlor, res 
^ 1209 Golden Gate ave 

^ Choynski Herbert, attorney at law, 401 
California, res 1209 Golden Gate ave 

Chrestoffersen & Tway (A Chrestoffer- 
sen and Ephraim F Tway), ship- 
smiths and blacksmiths, Bryant 
bet Spear and Main 

Chrestoflersen A (Chrestoffersen & 
Tway), res 1410 Seventeenth, Oak- 
land 

CHRFTIEN JNO M attorney, 

230 Montgomery, room 20, res 804 

Bush 
Chretien Jules, groceries, 401 Geary, 

res same 
Christ Carstan, saloon, 254 Brannan 
Christ & Frahm (Robert Christ and 

Henry Frahm), bakery, 9 Stockton 
Christ Robert (Christ & Frahm), res 

420 X Natoma 

CHRISTEN J C, Lodgings, cor 
Venezuela and Yazoo, South San 
Francisco, res Venezuela 

CHRISTENSEN & ANDER- 
SON* (Henry Christensen and Pe- 
ter Anderson), saloon, 120 Mont- 
gomery Ave, res 518 Green 



(Christenson & 



Crlstenson Andrew 

Lord), res 23 Oak 
Christensen Christian, coffee saloon, 127 

Berry 
Christensen Ferdinand, coffee saloon, 

605 Montgomery, res 254 Clementina 

CHRISTENSEN G A E, dentist, 

303 Sixteenth, res Alameda 

Christensen H E, (Christensen & John- 
sen), 26 Rausch 

Christensen Henry (Christensen & An- 
derson), res 518 Green 

Christensen & Johnsen, (R E Johnsen, 
H E Christensen) dairy produce, 146 
Seventh 

Christensen Mrs Josephine, saloon, 114 
Jackson, res same 

Christensen & Lord, (Andrew Christen- 
sen and Edwin Lord), lumber, wood 
and coal, 1518 Market 

Christensen Martin A, coffee saloon 2' 
Fifth, res 909^ Mission 

CHRISTIAN M C, horse clipper, 
1110 Howard V 

CHRISTIANSEN JACOB 

wood and coal, hay and grain, 2736 % 

Sixteenth, res same 
Christin & Boudan (L Christin and L 

Boudan), saloon, 258 Fourth 
Christin Charles. & Son (Charles and 

Edwd Christinj wholesale liquors, 

313 Hayes 
Christin Charles, (Chas Kristin & Son), 

res 619 Octavia 
Christin Edward, (Chas Christin & Son) 

res 313 Hayes 
Christin L (Christin k Boudan), res 800 

Folsom 
Christman Henry (E Aigeltinger & Co). 

res 1756 Ellis 
Christmann Wm, druggist, cor Geary 

and Devisadero, res same 
Christophe Louis, barber, cigars and 

tobacco, 1410 Pine, res 1405 Polk 
Christopher F, dentist, 204 Sutter 
Christsen James, coffee saloon. 24 Third 
Christy Manufacturing Co, George R 

Spinney, Sect'y, 310 Pine 
Christy & Wise, (John H. Wise and 

Thomas Denigan), wool commission 

merchants, cor Fifth and Townsend 
Church Mrs, dressmaker, 6 Hayes, res 



Church A R, (Dolliver & Bro) res 2208 

Steiner 
Church Rev Edward B, Prop'r Irving 

Institute, 1036 Valencia 
Church SR, manufacturers' agent, 315 

California, res NW cor Fifteenth and 

Howard 
Church of the Advent, Rev John Gray, 

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Cibilo Creek M & M Co, L Osborn, se^'y. 
29 Nevada Block 

Cichi M, cigars and tobacco, 426 Broad- 
way, res same 

CICOTT FRANK X, commis- 
sion merchant ana manufacturers 
agent, 406-408 Market, res Lick 
House 

CIGAR MAKERS' INTER- 
NATIONAL UNION, No MS, 
Smoke only "While Labor Cigars 
head-quarters 268 Jessie 

Cincinnati Hotel, Otto Quellmalz.prop'r, 
529 Valencia 

Ciprico Ferdinand D, (Ciprico & Ma- 
rais), res 230^ Oak 

CIPRICO & MARAIS, (Ferdi- 
nand D Ciprico and Charles L P 
Marais,) manufacturers' agents and 
mechanical engineers, 104 Market 

Circle Julius, furniture, 939% Folsom, 
res same 

Cisueros Cristobal, carpenter, 1317 
Powell 

CITIZENS' BUILDING. AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Charles K Clark, sect'y, 411 Cali- 
fornia 

CITIZENS' INS CO of St Louis' 
Hutchinson & Mann, agents, NE cor 
California and Sansome 

CITY ARGUS, (Weekly) Robert E 
Culbreth, Prop'r, 526 Kearny 

CITY CAB AND CAR- 
RIAGE CO, J. C. Rierdon, man- 
ager, othce 7o8 Market, 2417 Mission 

City Front Chapel, (Sisters of the Holy 
Family), 222 Drumm 

City Hall Commissioners, Edward B 
Pond, Fleet F. Strother. (ieorge T 
Flournoy, jr, New City Hall 

City of Hamburg, Erzgraber, Oesting & 
Co, delicacies, 27-28-29-30, Cali- 
fornia Market 

City Hotel, John McGrath, prop'r, 512- 
514 Howard 

City Iron "Works, Joshua Hendy, prop'r, 
cor Vallejo and Sansome 

City of London Fire Ins Co, (The), W 
J Callingham, general agent, 213- 
215 Sansome 

City Physician, Chas Blacb, 514 Kearny 

City Post & Telegraph Co, (supply de- 
partment), 718 Montgomery 

City Public Morgue, James S Stanton, 
coroner, Dunbar Alley, Old City 
Hall 

City Railroad Co, William "Woodward, 
superintendent, M E Willis, sect'y, 
office cor Mission and Fourteenth 



CITY STEAM FORGE, Daniel 
Bingham, prop'r, manufacture! of 

marine and locomotive cr.mks, crank 
shafts, general forging and artesian 
■well boring tools, L'l'i Spear 

City Transit Co and 1CPD, office, 11 
Poet 

CITY WAREHOUSE, i i 
& Co, propr's, cor Lombard and 
Battery 

Clabrough & Golcher, (J P Clabrough 
and W J and H C Golcher >, guns 
and ammunition, 6ii0 Montgomery j 

Clabrough J P (Clabrough & Golcher)/ 
res England 

CLACK WM & CO, (William 
Clack and E A Wallazz,) propr's, I 
Hayes Valley Advertiser, 609 Hayes 

CLACK WILLIAM, (William 
Clack & Co), res cor Octovia and Ivy' 

Claffey Charles, prop'r, Lick House"' 
Montgomery, bet Post and Sutter,; 
and saloon 212 Sansome 

Clairmont R de, (Waitz & Clairmont) 

Clancy J. C, painter, 1152 Folsom 

Clapp Edward L, (Clapp k Jessup), res' 
323 O'Farrell 

Clapp & Jessup, (Edward L. Clapp and| 
Andrew J Jessup) coffee and spice! 
mills, NE cor Mission and Fremont 

CLAPP MILTON B, secretary! 
California Title Ins and Trust Co,i 
206 Sansome, res 1231 Washington I 

Clar & Cunningham, (S J Cunningham 
and L F Clar), Gents' Furnishing, 
Dry Goods, 1208 Polk 

Clar L F, (Clar & Cunningham) res 1220 
Polk 

Clara Consolidated Mining Co, W. L. 
Oliver, secretary, room 13, 328 
Montgomery 

Clarendon House, Mrs Moore, prop'r, 
574 Folsom 

Clark Mrs Ada, Dancing Academy, 211 
Sutter, res same 

Clark Albert V, (» Clark k Sons) res Sac- 
ramento City 

Clark Alvah K, book keeper with Chas 
K Clark, 411 California, res 615 
Tenth, Oakland 

Clark Mrs Anne, bakery, NW cor Nine- 
teenth and Shotwell 

CLARK MRS B, corset maker, 
215 Powell 

Clark Charles, restaurant, 617 Mont- 
gomery and 612 Kearny 

CLARK CHARLES K,secreta- 
ry Building and Loan Associations, 
411 California, res Berkeley 

CLARK & CONDON. (Robert 
L Clarke and Wm Condon), manu- 
facturing jewelers, 344 Kearny 



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Clark E J, (Thomas Clark & Sons), res 
607 McAllister 

CLARK FRANKLIN N, dent- 
ist, and President California Endow- 
ment Association, 8 Montgomery, 
res same 

Clark George, (Clark & Webster), res 
1327 Sutter 

Clark Geo, boarding-house, 110 Pacific 

Clark Geo E, (Carroll & Clark), res 420 
Fell 

Clark Geo A & Bro, Jas Elder, agent, 
Clark's Spool Cotton, 538 Market 

Clark George D, (N Clark & Sons), res 
Oakland 

Clark & Gleeson, (Robert L Clark, jr and 
Wm H Gleeson), manufacturing 
jewelers, 344 Kearny 

Clark G W & Co, (J B Stanford and T J 
Stack), paper hangings and window 
shades, 645 Market, branch 46 Third 

Clark Joseph, jr, attorney-at-law, 502 
Montgomery 

Clark John J, architect, St Ann's Build- 
ing, room 70, res 26 Rincon Place 

Clark L Curran, (Samuel Carson & Co), 
res 1921 Octavia 

CLARK LEONARD S, attor- 
ney-at-law, rooms y and 10, 224 
Montgomery, res 2011 Howard 

Clark Lewis C, (Truman S Clark & Son) 
res 735}$ Guerrero 

Clark Martin, (Martin & Horton) res 920 
Vallejo 

Clark Michael, wood and coal, NE cor 
Howard and Twelfth, res same 

Clark Nehemiah, (N Clark & Sons), res 
Alameda 

Clark Nettie, lodgings, 1018 Market 

CLARK N & SONS, (Nehemiah; 
Albert V and (ieo D Clark), manu- 
facturers sewer pipe, chimney pipe 
and stoneware, 106 Market 

Clark P F, boots and shoes. 314 Sixth, 
res same 

CLARK ROBERT C, proprie- 
tor Danicheli Kid glove factory, 
119 Grant ave, res 204 Ellis 

Clark Mrs R C, millinery 906 Market, 
res 204 Ellis 

Clark Robert L (Clark & Condon), 344 
Kearny 

Clark Robert L Jr, (Clark & Gleeson), 
344 Kearny 

CLARK S, (Smith & Clark), res 205 
'ihird 

CLARK SPB, wood and coal hay 
and grain, Twenty-sixth and San 
Bruno Road, res 2S50 Harrison 

Clark T F, (Thos Clark & Sons), res 607 
McAllister 
lark Thos, (Thos Clark & Sons), res 
607 McAllister 



Clark Thomas F, barber, 1947 % Mission, 
res 313 Eighteenth 

Clark Thos J, groceries and liquors SW 
cor Waller and Webster, res same 

Clark Thos & Son (Thomas, T F and E 
J), plumbers, 611 McAllister 

Clark W A, Pacific springs aud mattress 
Co, res East Berkeley 

Clark & Webster, (George Clark and B 
F Webster), ship wrights, 22 and 24 
Spear 

CLARK WM, lodgings, 737 How- 
ard, res same 

CLARK WM M, saloon, 409 
Fourth, res same 

Clark Zerah P, Special Agent Commer- 
cial Union A-surance Co., 210 San- 
some, res 1812 Steiner 

Clarke Chas, bootmaker, 609 Howard, 
res same 

Clarke John J, physician, 238 Kearny, 
res 321 Taylor 

Clarke W H, dentist, 127 Kearney, res 
same 

CLARRAY MRS M, saloon, 51 

Third, res same 
Classen A, proprietor Arizona Hotel, rea 

11-13 Clay 
Classen J M, real estate, 419 California 

room 24, res 1808 Van Ness ave 
Classen John J, groceries, SW cor Sutter 

and Baker, res same 
Claudianos C M, fruit, 25 Stockton, rts 

same 
Clausen Charles, restaurant, 529 Wash 

ington, res same 

CLAUSEN FRANCIS H, 

manufacturing jeweler, 410 Kearny, 
res 17 Albion ave 

CLAUSEN WM, dealer in fine 

wines, liquors and cigars, NE cor 

Fifth and Folsom, res 868 3* Folsom 
Cla\i83 Jacob, pork packer, 3 and 

4 Grand Western Market, res 1228 

Pine 
Claussen & Buttelmann (H E A Buttel 

mann and J H Claussen), groceries 

NW cor Eleventh and Howard and 

NE cor Geary and Taylor 
Claussen C, groceries and liquorF, 912 

Bryant, res same 
Claussen J H (Claussen & Buttelmann >, 

res 504 Taylor 
Clavere & Bellegarde (J P Clavere and 

P Bellegarde), saloon, 530 Merchant 
Clavere J P (Clavere & Bellegarde) res 

82 » Broadway 
Clawson Leonard E (L E Clawson & Co) 

res 129 Oak 
Clawson L E & Co (Leonard E Clawson 

and J B Robinson), patent chimneys 

and sewer pipe, 1340 Market 



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Clay C C (Sherman, Clay & Co) 
Fruit Vale 

Clayburgh A, hides and leather, 45 Clay 
res 904 McAllister 

Clayburgh M & Co (Meyer Clavburgh), 
hides, pelts and tallow, 109 Clay 

Clayburgh Meyer (M Clayburgh & Co), 
res 2129 Bush 

Clayburgh Moses. (H Brandenstein & 
Co), cor New Montgomery and Mis- 
sion 

Clayburgh S, (Poly, Heilbron & Co), res 
632 Golden Gate ave 

Cleary Andrew J, assistant lib/arian 
Odd Fellows' Library Association, 
res 534 Second 

Cleary Frank C. attorney at law, 310 
Pine, room 24, res 291*9 Howard 

Cleary Patrick, bootmaker, 514 Mission 

Cleary Robert, collector, 628 Montgom- 
ery, room 19 

Clees Peter, billiard table maker, 804 
Pacific, res 1205 Stockton 

Clement E B, (J & E B Clement), res 
Oakland 

Clement Grammar School, Geary bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 

Clement Henry N, attorney at law, 420 
Montgomery, res 120 Camp 

Clement J & E B, (Joseph Clement and 
E B Clement), searchers of records 
710 Washington 

Clement John, commission merchant 
211 Sansome, res Lick House 

Clement Joseph, (J & E B Clement) 
res 526 Green 

CLEMENT R P, attorney at law 
43U Montgomery, room 14 

Clements Gilbert," commission mer- 
chant, 318 Front, res Webster bet 
Union and Green 

Clerc P F, (Clerc & Steber), res 11 Te- 
hama 

Clerc Ranul, grain broker, 63 Merchants" 
Exchange, res 426 Sutter 

CLERC & STEBER, (P F Clerc 
and J C Steber), machine works and 
manufacturers of laundrv machin- 
ery, 219-221 Main 

Cleveland C D, Physician, 600 Leaven- 
worth 

CLEVELAND C F, business 
manager Carbolic Smoke Ball C 



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Clift Fred C, law student Wiggington 
Creed & Hawes, res 1547 San Pablo' rv- 
ave, Oakland I Jr> 

CLIFT WM, president and supe, _ 
intendent Presidio and Ferries Rail- ! 3 
road Co s office, 1111 Union, res 1547 W 
San Pablo ave, Oakland Hi 

Clime E J, saloon, 13 Stockton H| 

Clin £ b ( B J > architec *. 629 Kearnv, res £2 
305 Kearny 

Cline William* plumber, 2104 Fillmore 
res 26 J6 Sacramento 

Clinton C A, physician, 30Phelan Build- 
ing and Mission opp Twenty-ninth 
res Twenty-first and Howard 

,linton Fire Ins Co, Jacobs & Easton 
managers, 423 Cali forma 

Clinton Mary, bakery, 450 Sixth 

CIi r- N i T ?^ t^ IRE CLOTH 

CO, J B Bayley, agent, 3JU-311 

Front 
Clisby Seth, Eureka Warehouse, c< 

Montgomery and Chestnut, res 535 

Thirty-sixth, Oakland 
Cloney Miss M, lodgings, 1235 Market 
Clot John (Clot & Meese), res '.'456 

Market 
Clot & Meese, (John Clot and Constant 

Meese), machine works, 129-131 Fre- 
mont 



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652 Market, res 708 Golden Gate ave 
Clever Christian H, fancy goods, 22103* 

Mission, res same 
CLIFFORD EUGENE, saloon, 
nuJ 60 * Mission, res 233* Minna 
Clifford H, dairy, office 35 Eddy 

CUff M£lit M ? rla ^' (J , Cliff0rd «* j|ciuin r °E er F 
Morlarty), saloon, 708 Mission Drumm 



CLOUGH ALTON H, secret.rv 
a M Smith, res cor Twenty-third 
ave and East Fifteenth, Oakland 

Clough Geo H, stoves and tinware. 2708 
Mission, res 908 Shotwell 

C LOV ERDALE AND 
URIAH R R CO, general 
othce 410 Mission, president Jas M 
Donahue, secretary Thos W Johnston 

Clow Mrs Sarah, dress maker and ma- 
-,ch ine button holes, 8 Sixth 

CLUFF BROS, (William ciuff and 
Thomas Cluff), wholesale and retail 
grocers, 9-11 and 409-411 Montgom- 
ery ave, 401 Hayes, 40 Fourth and 
40-42 Second 

CLUFF THOMAS, (Ohifl Bros), 

res 1916 Vallejo 
CLUFF WILLIAM, (Cluff Bros 
and William (.Tuff & Co), res 1916 






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Cluff W B, (W B Cluff & Co), res Rose! *W 

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>* Cluin & Tormey, (E F Clnin & Patrick 

TH Toriney), commission merchants, 

r* | 117 Drumm 

^ Cluuie A J, (Clnnie, Young & Clnnie), 

mm l attorney at law and assistant city 

^J | attorney, res 1001 Pine 

QiClunie T J, (Clunie, Young k Clunie), 

O attorney at law, res 836 Turk 

CLUNIE, YOUNG & 
^ CLUNIE, (T J Clunie, J N 
^^ Young and A J Clunie), attorneys 

at law, 401 California 
i^^nopius John, groceries and liquors, 
^^ 1522 Folsom res same 

^iCoadoe Julius, (Young & Coadoe), res 
•^ I 208 Francisco 
— "JjCoEdy Mrs Annie F, dry goods, 2927 

m Mission, res same 
jCoakley J, saloon, 236 Townsend, res 
JU same 

Coalter James J, (Coalter & Watson), res 

2912 Mission 
Coalter & Watson, (JameR J Coalter and 
W J Watson, livery stable, 2912 
Mission 
ffi Coast Review (The) J G Edwards pub- 
; lisher, 320 Sansome, room 13 

Coast Seaman's Union of the Pacific 
Coast, Andrew FurBeth secretary, 

2 513*6 East 

Coates Wm W, clerk C H Reynolds & 
|TI Co, res 218 Locust ave 

COAST AND RIVER 
STEAMSHIP CO, Steamer 
Coos Bay, Joseph Brandenstein 
president, John L Koster agent, 
office 323 Front 

Coats Alfred, carpenter, 216 Twelfth 

Coates C, saloon, 37 Sutter, res 916 Cen- 
ter, Oakland 

COBB & CO, (H A Cobb), real es- 
tate agents and auctioneers, 321 
Montgomery 

COBB H A, (Cobb & Co). 321 Mont- 
gomery, res 813 O'Farrell 

Cobb H A Jr, insurance agent, 321 Mont- 
gomery, res Saucelito 

Cobb D, photographer, 1144 Market, res 
1822 Post 

COBB MOSES G, attorney at law, 
103 Montmery 

COBINE JOHN, dealer in wines 
and liquors, wholesale and retail, 
10 Steuart, res 127 Folsom 

Cobleigh John L, wagonmaker and 
blacksmith, 2020 Polk, res 1714 Clay 

Cobliner Bros, wholesale millinery, 543 
Market 

Coblentz Jos, (John S Bowman k Co), res 
1408 McAllister 

Coburn C W, (C W Coburn & Co), res 30 
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Coburn C W & Co, (C W Coburn), com- 
mission merchants, 6 Battery 

Cochinard F, agent Comptoir D'Ea- 
compte de Paris, res Union Club 

COCHRAN J P, (Craig & Coch- 
ran), res 312 Edd y 

COCHRAN J T & CO, (J t 

Cochran), shipping and commission 

merchants, hops and grain, 302 Cal 

ifornia 
Cochran J T, (J T Cochran & Co), res 565 

Sixteenth, Oakland 
Cochrane E O, dentist, 850 Market, res 

333 Larkin 
Cochrane Mrs M, dressmaker, 13 Van 

Ness ave, reB same 
Cocian Nicholas, saloon, 449 Broadway 
Code, Elfelt & Co, canned goods, 314 

Washington, works 125 Main 
Code P D, (Code, Elfelt & Co), res 

Valencia 

CODY JAMES F, manager Old 
Corner, cor Twenty-ninth and Mis 
sion 

CODY PATRICK J^ proprietor 
Old Corner, cor Twenty-ninth and 

Mission 
Coe Mrs N T, lodgings, 419 Geary, res 

same 
Coebel George, butcher, 247 Third, res 

same 
Coehn Newman, barber, 931 Market 
Cofer E M, (Cofer, Hills & Co, res 1830 

Turk 
Cofer, Hills & Co, (E M Cofer and A H 

Hills) commission merchants, 36 

California 
Coffee Andrew J, notary public, 507 Ca 

lifornia, res 646 Folson 
Coffey James, groceries and liquors 

565 Bryant, res same 
Coffey James V. judge superior court 

dep't, 9 New City Hall 
COFFEY JOHN J, attorney at 

law, 619 Montgomery, rooms 9-10- 

11, res 426^ Grove 
Coffey Joseph F, atorney at law, 636 

Clay, res 1036^ Jackson 
Coffin A F, (Coffin & Sanderson), res 

Oakland 
Coffin Alonzo, (Coffin & Woods), res 8 

Ridley 
Coffin & Mayhew, (Rodolph W Coffin 

and Henry H Mayhew), druggists, 

SE cor Sixteenth and Valencia and 

NW cor Twentieth and Mission 
Coffin Rodolph W, (Coffin & Mayhew), 

res 442 Guerrero 
COFFIN & WOODS, (John F 

Woods and Alonzo Coffin) patern 

and model makers, bat and bonnet 

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Coffman Miss Lottie, fortune teller, 

615 Sacramento 
Cofran J W G (Belden & Cofran), res 

1404 Van Ness Ave 
COGAN JOHN, books and stalio- 

nery, 834 Market, res Golden State 

House 
COG6IN I C, business manager, 

Second Kegiment Band, 33 Kearny 
COGHILL & SIMON, (J ** 

Coghill and J C Simon), importers 

of teas and wholesale grocers, 205- 

207 Market 
Coghill T B, (Coghill & Simon), res 1304 

Jackson, Oakland 
Cohan M D, varieties. 96914 Mission, res 

same 
COHANE LAWRENCE, 

carpenter and builder, 710 Turk, res 

28 Turk 
Cohart Patrick, groceries and liquors, 

317 Fifth, res same 
Cohen A A, capitalist, 320 California, 

room 10, res foot Versailes ave, 

Alameda 
Cohen Aaron, clothing, 309 Sixth, res 

same 
Cohen Abraham, clothing, 671 Howard, 

res 112 Silver 
Cohen Alfred H, attorney at law, office 

320 California, room 10, res Fruit- 
vale 
Cohen Dan, watchmvker and jeweler, 

1424 Polk, res 2306 Polk 
COHEN DAVID, locksmith and 

bellhauger, 1084 Howard, res same 
Cohen David, watchmaker and jeweler, 

1014 Market, res 42 Grove 
Cohen E A, (Cohen & Quane), res 1324)$ 

O'Farrell 
Cohen Edgar A, (Costigan, Cohen & Co), 

res Alameda 
Cohen G, tailor, 240 Sutter, res Alameda 
COHEN HARRIS, dealer in C ohn G, clothing, 219 Pacific, res same 

clotuing, hats and furnishing goods, Cohn G, cigars and tobacco, 304 Califor 

54 Fourth, res 7/ Fourth nia res 1715 Laguua 

Cohen I S, sewing machine agency, 145 

Sixth, res 30!<j Russ 
Cohen J, clothing, 48 Steuurt, res 908 

McAllister 
Cohen Louis, merchant tailor, 547 Mis- 



Cohen Newman, barber, 'J97 Market, res 

1008 H Minna 
Cohen Philip, barber, 12 Sacramento, 

res 729 Golden Gate avt 

COHEN & QUANE, (EA Cohen 

and J F Quane) sign painters, 424 

Clementina 
Cohen Mrs Waldow, music teacher, 1215 

Clay, res same 
Cohen W G, (Costigan, Cohen & C01, res 

New York 
Cohen William, (Win Cohen k Oo), 

res Grand Hotel 
Cohen "W & Co, (William Cohen ?nd 

Leopold Hirsch), gents' furnishing 

goods, 13-15 Battery 
Cohen Wolf, glazier, 2407 California, 

res same 
Cohen & Wood, (Morris Cohn and Alex 

Wood), saloon, 1906 Market 
Cohn Mrs A, fruit and vegetables, 910 

Larkin, res same 
Cohn A B, clothing, 1068 Howard, res 

same 
COHN ADOLPH, (Cohn Bros., 

res 147 Seventh 
Cohn Alexander, barber, 2955 Sixteenth, 

res 309 Octavia 
COHN BROS, (Adolph Cohn and 

Herman Cohn), watchmakers and 

jewelers, 44 Sixth 
Cohn D, physician, 431 O'Farrell, res 



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Cohn Edward, (Edward Cohn & Co>, 
_808 Geary 

Cohn Edward & Co, (Edward Cohn), 
cigars and tobacco, 225 Montgom- 
ery and 1 Kearny 

Cohn Elias, cigars and tobacco, 206 
Third, res 808 Folsom 

COHN G, (G Cohn & Co), res 1236 
O'Farrell 



Pion, res 208 Polk 
COHEN MARKS, barber, 21 

Taylor, its 729 Uoldeu Gate ave 
Cohen Max, (Goodman & Cohen) 
Cohen M D, varieties, 959 Hi Mission, res 

same 
Cohen Mercado, manufacturer cigars, 

307 Commercial, res 1600 Geary 
Cohen Morris, confectioneiy, 013 BfeAl 

lister, res same 
Cohen Morris, (Cohen & Wood), res 103 

Ridley! 



COHN G & CO, (G Cohn), import- 
ers of leaf tobacco and manufactur- 
ers of cigars, 206-208 Battery 

Cohn Gabriel, (Gabriel Cohn k I 
2221 Sutter 

Cohn Gabriel & Co, (Gabriel Cohn and 
Adolph Harris), manufacturers ci- 
gars, 411-413 Battery 

Cohn H, manufacturer otoUlt] 
Bush, res 309 Powell 

Cohn Mrs H, dressmaker, 2188 Fillmore, 
res same 

COHN HERMAN, iCoha Bro«>. 

res 169 Minna 
Cohn Hermann, (Goldstein & Cohn\ 
res 1608 Scott 



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Cobn J, boot and shoe factory, 103 Pa- C °IfDWELL G W, boots and 
cific, res 1040 Folsom shoes, Kentucky near Butte, Po- 

Cobn J, tailor, 1036 Howard res 33!- , tr F, ' res cor Iowa and Solano 



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Cohn J & Bro, (Joseph and Solomon 
Cohn), manufacturers clothing and 
furnishing goods, 723 Montgomery 
Cohn Joseph, (J Cohn & Co), res 942 

Folsom 
Cohn Lewis, clothing, 306 Pacific 
Cohn M, cloihing, 224 Sixth, res 226 

Sixth 
Cohn Marks (Marks Cohn & Co), res 708 

Fulton 
Cohn Marks & Co (Marks Cohn), junk, 

1076 Howard 
Cohn M B, clothing, 131 Jackson, res 

same 
Cohn Max (Kellner & Cohn), res 1030 

Folsom 
Cohn Meyer, drygoodsand clothing, 510 

Fourth, res same 
Cohn Meyer, bootmaker, 239 Sixth, res 

237 Sixth 
Cohn Michael, clothing, 132 Pacific 
Cohn R (Cohn & Silverstein), res 951 

Folsom 
Cohn Reuben, furniture, 1015 Folsom 
Cohn S, boots and shoes, 320 Sixth, res 

same 
Cohn Samuel, furnishing goods, 28 

Sixth 
Cohn Samuel (Goldfish, Cohn & Co), res 

Healdsburg 
Cohn & Silverstein (R Cohn and M Sil- 
verstein), furniture, 307 Sixth 
Cohn Solomon (J Cohn & Co), res 44 

South Park 
Cohn Solomon (J Cohn & Brother), res 

723 Montgomery 
Cohn Sol (Morris & Cohn), res 602 Linden 

ave 
Cohn S S, broker, 428 Montgomery, res 

1452 O 'Fan ell 
Cohn Thomas, tailor, 653 Washington 
Cobn William, candy factorv, 144 

Seventh 
Cohn W L, merchant tailor, 409 Pine, 

res 380 Geary 
Cohnreich Bros (Israel Cohnreich), boots 
and shoes, 84 Market 



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■Z? 309 Powell 

Coit & Folsom (Griffith Coit), commis- 
sion merchants, 20 California 
Coit Griffith (Coit & Folsom), res Oak- 
land 
Colbert John H, stationery, 450 Third 

res same 
Colby W H, clairvoyant, 605 Ellis 



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jCole Edward P, attorney at law, 122 
Phelan Building, res Lick House 

COLE FOSTER P, treasurer Cali- 
fornia Furniture Manufacturing Co- 
res 1707 Bush 

Cole I C Mrs boarding house, 725-727 
Pine 

Cole J B, drayman, NE cor Main and 
Mission, res 1416 Folsom 

COLE N P, president California 
Furniture Manufacturing Co. res 
1801 Franklin 

COLE R BEVERLY, physician, 

218 Post, res 2115 Broadway 
Cole R E, (McKenna & Cole), res 737 

Folsom 
Cole William, paper-banging and fres- 
coing, 1323 Bush, res 33 Austin 
Coleman Abe, barber, 527 Sacramento, 

res 428 Green 
Coleman Adolph, barber, 218 Pacific, 

res 428 Green 
Coleman Andrew, jeweler, 41 Third, res 

2039 Howard 
Coleman C, (Coleman & Wright), res 1517 

Post 
Coleman C C, (Wm T Coleman & Co), res 

2018 Webster 
Coleman D, saloon, SE cor Front and 

Vallejo 
Coleman E J, (Pacific Transfer Co), res 

1450 Sacramento 
Coleman Giffin, plumber, 3015 Mission, 

res same 

COLEMAN JAMES V, capital- 
ist, 42-43 Nevada Block, res Palace 
Hotel 

Coleman J E W, painter, 924 Foleom, 
res same 

COLEMAN JOHN A, groceries, 
and liquors, 23 Clara, res same 

Coleman Jno W, president North Pa- 
cific Coast R R, res Palace Hotel 

Coleman John S, physician, 520 Valencia 

Coleman Jno T, (Coleman & Son), res 
2039 Howard 

Coleman Joseph, boots and shoes, 102 
Second, res 41 Minna 

Coleman Luther B, (Coleman & Wat- 
tles), res 525 Golden Gate ave 

Coleman Michael, furnishing goods, 396 
Sixth, res 138 Lombard 

Coleman Mrs M M, dressmaker, 402 
O'Farrell, res same 

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O .tarrell, res same 

COLEMAN SAMUEL, 

and shoes, 1643 Mission, res 



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Coleman & Wattles, (Luther B Coleman 
and W 8 Wattles), stock krokers, 307 
Montgomery 

Coleman & Wright, (C Coleman and D 
Wright), real estate and insurance 
brokers, 321 Montgomery 

Coleman Wm T, (Wm T Coleman k Co), 
res 1299 Taylor 

COLEMAN WM T& CO, (Wm 
T Coleman, F S Johnson, C C Cole- 
man and Richard Delafield), whole- 
sale shipping and commission mer- 
merchants, 121 Market 

Coles Mrs Mary J, bakery, 988 Folsom, 
res same • 

COLETTI LOUIS, blacksmith, 3 
Vallejo, res 414 Vaiiejo, rear 

Coli A, (A Coli & Co), res y07 Washing- 
ton 

Coli A k Co, (A Coli and G Boccatagha- 
ta), wood and coal, 907 Washington 

Coll Patrick, tailor, 307 Minna, res 353 fc 
Minna 

COLLATERAL BANK, B H 

:oll™^e^^ MARTIN 

of the Cross, supetioiess, Dolores 



Collins Patrick, proprietor Washington 

Hotel, cor Mission and First 
Collins S H, jewelry and optic i] goods, 

227 Kearnv, res 2512 Sacramento 
Collins SM (WTaeeland & Collins), res 

i9 Broderick 
Collins R M (WW Cbase * Co), res 506 

Capp 
Collopy James, bakery, 953 Bryant, res 

same 
Collor Martin, groceries and liquors, 

2700 Mission, res same 
Colman A, tailor, 776 Market, res 635 

Jessie 
Colman Mrs A F, fancy goods, 234 Noe 

res same 
Colman Chas, (Chas Colman 4: Co), res 

9 5 Hyde 
Colman Charles & Co, (A Stern and Chas 

Colman). clothiers, 202-204 Kearny 
Colman & Newman, cloths and tailors 

trimmings, 22 Sutter 

COLMAN N J, mining engineer 
3^0 Pine, room 44, res 2002 San An 
tonio Ave, Alameda 



supenoiess 
bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Colley F A, manager wholesale depart- 
ment A L Bancroft k Co, res 202 

San Jose ave 
Colley John, horseshoer, Railroad ave, 

South San Francisco 
Collier P F, publisher, 14 Grant ave, res 

New York 
Collin Henry, tailor. 1307 Pacific, res 

1309 Pacific 
Collins B, bakery, 5c9 Fourth, res same 
Collins C H, saloon. 825 Folsom 
Collins & Co, (Chas J Collins, Jr, and 

Chas A Buldemann), hatters. U 

Market 
Collins Cuarles J, Jr, (Collins k Co), res 

2318 Mission 
Collins Mrs Delia, ladies* nurse, 11 

Ninth 
Collins F T, hatter, 1223 Polk, res 10 

Hyde 
Collins Geo D, (Wall & Collins), attorney 

at law, 715 Clay, res 1939 Broadway 
Collins Geo H, (Higgins k Collins) 

res 526 Tenth, Oakland 
COLLINS JOHN A, attorney at 

law, 5u6Ke*rny, res 1807 Jessie 
Collins J C, expressman, cor Pine and 

Summer, res 1305 Mason 
Collins Mrs Mary, bakery, 521 Fourth, 

reB same 
Collins Mit»s Ora, typewriter, Jordan k 

Bull, res 932 Harrison 
Collins Matthew, saloon 2 Dunbar Alley, 
res 144 Chestnut 



tor Calaveras saloon, NE cor Pine 
and Kearny, res 639 California 
Colombat A, dress and cloak trimmings, 
108 O'Farrrell, res same 

COLOMBO HOTEL, A Quilici 
and E Cervelli, proprietors, 621 
Broadway 

Colonnade The, Mrs Alfred Rix, pro- 
prietress, boarding house, 121 6. Mar- 
ket 

COLTON A O, attorney at law, 406 
Kearny, Room 1. res 1522 Polk 
olton C F, druggist, 304 Fourth, res 
same 

COLTON DENTAL ASSO. 

CIATION, Dr Cl.as W Decker 

proprietor, rooms 6-7-8 and 10 

Phelan Building 
Columbia Foundry, Llewllyn Reese, 

proprietor, 133-135 Beach 

COLUMBIA GAS SAVER, 

W Fasset & Co, proprietors and 
manufacturers, 108 Eddy 

COLUMBO MARKET RES- 
TAURANT, F Lucchetti I Go, 

COLUMBUS CON M'NG CO, 
Esmeialua County, Nevui 
5 uffington secretary, I y California 

COLUMBUS EXCHANGE. 
C Cuneo and D Ginocchio i 
tors, 539 Washington 

COLUMBUS FRUIT PACK- 
ING CO. M J r'outauft proprietor,' 
28-30 Sacramento 



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COMBINATION MNG CO, 
ARIZONA, Aug Waterman sec 
retary, 25-26 Nevada Block 

Combland Mrs R, dressmaker, 637 Post 



res same 

Comerford Hall, cor Church and Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Comerford Joseph M, real estate, junc- 
tion Mission and Valencia, res 330 
Duncan 

Comerford Patrick, wholeale liquors 
and rectifier of spiritss, 1911' Hyde 

Comines Chas, saloon, 800 Kearny, res 
1018 Washington 

Comins Cooper, lodging house, 425 Bush 

COMMERCIAL. AGENCY, 
(The) Pickens, Fulton & Co, 4U1 Cal- 
ifornia 

Commercial Clerk Employment Bureau, 
(S Morris & Co), 34 Kearny 

Commercial Hotel, 130 Montgomery ave 

COMMERCIAL INS CO OF 
CAL, John H Wise president, 
Chas A Laton secretary, 439 Califor- 
nia 

COMMERCIAL NEWS, (daily 
and weekly), Commercial Publish- 
ing Co, 4: 5 Montgomery 

COMMERCIAL PUBLISH- 
ING COMPANY, Morris D 
Bates president, George F Neal 
manager, 415 Montgomery 

Commercial Record, (The; (weekly) Chas 
B Flanagan proprietor, 536 Clay 

COMMERCIAL SOAP CO, 

Dakin & Libbey proprietors, man- 
ufacturers soap, 223 Sacramento, fac- 
tory cor Alameda and DeHaro 

Commercial Steam Power Works, Wm 
Potter Jr, superintendent, 506 % 
Commercial 

COMMERCIAL TEA IM- 
PORTING CO, G Pulschen 
proprietor, 957 Market 

COMMERCIAL UNION AS- 
SURANCE CO, (limited) of 
London, C F Mullins manager, 210 
Sansome 

Commins' E & Co, (E Commns and E P 
Commins), wines wholsaie, 5-7 Pine 

Commins P W, horseshoer and carriage 
maker, 3251 Mission, res same 

Comna A, fruits, 11 Powell 

Comptior D'Escompte De Paris F 
Ccchina'rd agent, 412 Montgomejy 

COMSTOCK LIVERY STA- 
BLES, J F Quinn proprietor,524 
Third 

COMSTOCK MINING CO, 

E W Scott president, A Everett Ball 
secretary, 39 Merchants' Exchange 
Comte A Jr, attorney at law, 534 % Cali- 
fornia, res 104 Guerrero 



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Comuth & Bigge (Edmund Comuth and 
Frederick Bigge), marble works, 
112 % Golden Gate ave 

Comuth Edmund (Comuth & Bigge), res 
22 Turk 

Con New York Mining Co, F E Dietz 
secretary, Stock Exchange Building 

CON PACIFIC MINING CO, 
F E Luty secretary, 330 Pine, room 

Conaly Peter, saloon, 21 Pacific 

CONANT A F, manager Pacific 
Trucking Co, res Alameda 

Conboy George C, bookkeeper Brown 
& Metzner, res 2523 Bryant 

Concamon Louis, groceries and liquors, 
1577 Market, res same 

Concordia Fire Ins Co, Jacobs & Easton 
managers, 423 California 

Condict G Herbert, electric lights, 419 
California, room 24, res Westmin 
ster House 

Condict J Elliot, mining, 419 California 
room 24, res Westminster House 

Condon John, saloon, 733 Howard, res 
rarne 

Condon William, (Clark & Condon) 344 
Kearny 

CONEY ALEX K, Consul Gen- 
eral of Mexico, 531 California, res 
817 Post 

Coney Mrs S A, dress maker, 1920 Fil- 
more, res same 

CONFIDENCE LAW COL- 
LECTION AND DETECT- 
IVE BUREAU (J F Quinn, R 
L Apple. Geo H Bahrs), 220 Sansome 

CONFIDENCE SILVER 
MINING CO, A S Groth sec- 
retary, 414 California 

Confield, R J, clerk S F Produce Ex- 
change, res Alameda 
Congregational Publishing Society, 757 

CONKLIN BROS(Frank Conklin) 
Pacific Steam Carpet Beating and 
Renovating Works, 333 Golden Gate 
ave 

Conklin F C & Co, California Glove Co, 
585 Market 

Conklin Frank (Conklin Bros), res 611 
Jessie 

Conklin P (Yates & Conkltn), res 2216 
Webster 

Conklin T C, Pacific Brush Factory 
1638 % Mission 

Conklin William, livery stable, 1116 
Mission, res 611 Jessie 

Conlan Charles T, attorney at law, 629 
Kearny, res 16 Oak 

Conlan J W, wood and coal, 1460 Mar- 
ket, res 1 Sumner 

Conlin James, (Conlin & Roberts), 728 
Mission 



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Conlin & Roberts, (Jas Conlin and J C 

Roberts), metal roofers and gal van | 

ized iron, 728 Mission 
Conlon Michael, (Fitzgerald & Conlon), 

res 1521 California 
Conly Peter, saloon, 21 Pacific, res same 
Conn Edward, saw maker and repairer, 

641 Mission, res 27 Haight 
Connair Miss, dressmaker, 605J^ Post, 

res same • 

CO sra& C E U C T oi R H E Al$: 

FORD, Robert Dickson manager, 

Wm Mac Donald assistant manager, 

441 California 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co, 

F R Noyes, San Francisco agent, 315 

California 
Connell Charles H, cigars and tobacco, 

625 Union, res 1409 Mason 
Connell Maurice, assistant observer U 

S Signal Service, 42 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res 1130 Pine 
Connell Mi-s M L, dressmaking, 30 

Kearny, res same 
Connell Mrs Nellie, groceries, 1331 

Minna, res 211 Eleventh 
Connell v & Borle, iJames Connelly and 

Lewis Borle), furniture and carpets 

719 Market 
Connelly F J, (Lane & Connelly) res 2oll 

Fillmore 
Connelly James, (Connelly & Borle), res 

409 Oak 
Connelly Martin, wood and coal, 1082 

Howard, res 227 Clara 
Connelly T E. physician, 168 Ninth, res 

same 
Connelly Thomas, Mechanics' Laundry 

517 Mission, res same 
Conning Robert, cashier W J Calling 

ham, res 900 Pine 
Conner Mrs J L, artist, 14 Grant ave, res 

Alameda 
Conner Mrs M, I proprietress Hampton 

House, G75 Mission 
Conners John, saloon, 130 Pacific 
Conolley Edward, saloon, 1200 Mar 

ket, res 1342 Folsom 
Connolly J J, saloon, 214 Post, res 217 

Post 
Connolly Patrick, real state 331 Mont 

gomery. res 2452 Howard 

CONNOLLY PATRICK, Uq 

uor dealer, wholesale and retail 
422 Kearnv, res 609 Pine 
CONNOLLY PATRICK 

wines, liquors and cigars, 5: 

Fourth, res same 
Connolly Thomas, game and poultry, 

7-9-11 market, res 411 Oak 
Connolly W[J, butcher, 1206 Valencia 

res 138 Fair Oaks 



Connoly Morris, saloon, 525 Mission, 
res same 

CONNOR JAMES, wood and 

coal, 113 Shipley, res same 
Connor J H, plumber, 528 Third, res 

same 
Connor John H, (Onesti & Connor), res 

246^ Oak 
Connor Mrs L, matron Nurses' Home, 

res 1005 Sutter 
Connor Martin, wood and coal, 239 

Tenth, res 232 Tenth 
Connor P, bootmaker, cor Union and JQ 

Montgomery ave, res 115 Valparaiso ^m 

CONNORS MISS I E, Hn ma'S 

Howard), milliner, res Alameda 
Conor Frank, lapidary, 614 Merchant, 

res same 
CONRAD ANDREW, piano 

manufacturer, 17 Clinton Park, bet 

Guerrero and Dolores, res same 
Conrad HA, carpenter, 625 California, 

res 16 Salinas place 
Conrad J G, (Conrad & Maxwell), res 

441 Golden Gate ave 

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G Conrad and J D Maxwell) rre audi 
marine underwriters, 421 California 

Conrad Wack, saloon, 16 Eddy, res same 

CONRADES FERD, restaurant, 
012 Market, res 12^0 Howard 

CONRADI & MOSS, (Phil Con- 
ridi and L Moss), importers and| 
dealers in leaf tobacco, cigars and 
manufacturers fine Havanna cigars, I 
323 Sacramento f ^ 

Conradi Phil, (Conradi & Moss), res 763 •— 
Jackson, Oakland ' 

Conradi J, dentist, 821 Kearny, res 201 6 | 
Gearv 

Conran Thomas S, Cutlery Manufacture ^ 
er's agent, 120 Sutter iij 

Conro Geo A, (Conro & Mathews), res jn 

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2811 Pine 
CONRO & MATHEWS, ( 



vey Mathews and Geo A Conro), V> 
agents Edward Aschermann & Co's J£ 
White Labor Cigars, 518 Battery . | 

Conroy Thos J, assistant manager Pacific -jj 
Insurance Union, res 1303 Hyde ~Z 

Consani A, butcher, 111 Sixth, res 46'.' {J} 
Minna 

CONSERVATORY (Tbei Wm W\ 

Strohback proprietor, D bet First 
and Second ave 
CONSIDINE JOHN, wines. 

liquor and cigars, 7 3$ Mission, res 
27 Clinton 
CONSOLIDATED CALI- 
FORNIA AND VIRGIN- 
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MING G M CO, (Nev City) J 

M Buffington secretary, 309 Cal 

Constant & Sofichi, saloon, 19 Vallejo 

Contardi V, fish, Grarid Western Market, 

stalls 23-24, res 608 Greenwich 
Contention Con M Co, D C Bates, secre- 
tary, W E Dean, president, 79 Nevada 
Block 
CONTINENTAL INS CO OF 
NEW YORK, Hutchison \ 
Mann, agents, NE cor California and 
Sansome 
Contra Costa Laundry Association, Geo 
H Hallett, Pliny Bartlett, P E Dal- 
ton, proprietors, 58 Sacramento and 
30 Gearv 
CONTRACTOR (THE), Peet 

Bios, proprietors, 411 X California 
Convey Edward, butcher, cor Hyde and 

Green, res same 
Conway Bernard, saloon, 907 Market 

res 1205 McAllister 
Conway Mrs Catherine, groceries, 524 

Bryant, res same 
Conway James, saloon, 200 Fourth, res 

139 Fourth 
Conway Major, (McPherson & Conwav), 

res 205 Turk 
Conway M G, saddles and harness, 931 

Mission, res same 
Conway Patrick, wood and coal, 133 Sec- 
ond, res 139 Minna 
CONWAY T G & CO, cutlery, 
Yun B Cotrel, ageDt, 109 California 
Coogan T C, attorney at law. 310 Pine 
rooms 36-l J 8, res 1217 Filbert Oak- 
land 
Cook A H. (Sands & Cook), res 446 Third 
Cook Alexander S, (Mclntyre & Cook) 

res 908 Valencia 
Cook Mrs Annie, saloon, 400 Third 
Cook Mrs^. O, (A O Cook & Son), res 606 

Guerrero 
COOK A O & SON, Mrs A O and 
F R Cook), leather belting, 415 
Market 
Cook A S, physician, 224 Post, res same 
Cook Mrs C A, Physician, 224 Post, res 



COOK CARROLL, attorney at 
law 68 Nevada blok, res 122 Lake 
Oakland 

Cook Mrs C B, hairwork, 637 Kearny, 
res same 

Cook Charles, bakery, cor Chesnut and 
Mason, res same 

Cook Chas W, clerk with SOUTH'- 
ERN CALIFORNIA INS 
CO, 405 California, res 778 Elev- 
enth, Oakland 

Cook Mrs Delia, groceries, cor Octavia 
and Grove, res same 



COOK EMANUEL, proprietor 

Geary St Restaurant, 1601 Geary, res 

sam e 
Cook Mrs Elizabeth, bakery, 707 Hyde, 

res same 
S°°, k ^ c > Physician, 106 Eddy, res same 
Cook F R, (A O Cook & Son), res 

Guerrero 
Cook G E, (D R Billings & Co), res 614 

Broadway 
COOK GEO W F, attorney at 

law, 330 Pine, room 46, res 218 

COOll HORATIO N, leathe 

belting and hose, 32J«& Fremont ree 

809 Hyde 
Cook J J, druggist, 603 Montgomery, 

res 1722 Bush J 

COOK JOHN, barber, 131 Montgo- 

mery, res 8u5 Mason 
Cook John, carpenter, 515 Pine 
Cook John, cashier Moore, Ferguson k 

Co, res 733 Bush 
COOK JOHN A, (L Dinkelspiel 

& Co), res New York 
Cook John T, groceries and liquors, 268 

Stevenson 
Cook Seth, capitalist, 29 Nevada Block, 

res Palace Hotel 
Cook Thos A, clerk Pacific Ins Unioo 
_ *£» 56 ° Twenty-fifth. Oakland 
COOK WM HOFF, attornev at 

law, 68 Nevada Block, SE cor Six- 
teenth and Hoff ave 
Cooke C A, physician, 707 Post 
Cooks Bros (Louis Cooks, Wm Cooks 

and Max Cooks), paper and house 

decorators, 108 and 110 Post 
Cooks Louis, (Cooks Bros), res 1524 

Eighth, Oakland 
Cool W P, dentist, 22 Kearny 
Coolidge H C, cigars, 55 Fifth, res 109 

Fifth 
COOLEOGE JOSEPH, (Wells 
ruwm£El£§ a | enc 5 r) ' res 2| Howard 
COOMBS A L, stenographer, 224 

Sansome, res 50^ Powell 
Coon C M, (I H Morse & Co), res 2304 

California 
Coon & Co, (J H Coon, D W Coon, H C 

Statzell andFF Peabody), collars 

and cuffs, 518 Market 
Coon David, proprietor Wadsworth 

House, 234 Bush 
Coon D W, (Coon & Co), res Troy, N Y 
Coon H I. .Pacific Fruit Company), res 

614 Folsom 
Coon J H, (Coon & Co), res New York 
COON M F, wood engraver, 405 

bdnsome, res San Pablo ave station 

Oakland 

Cooney Miss Anne, dry goods and varie- 
ties, 291 Union, res t&me 



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Coone, J pain.er. 118 Fourth, «» SISJCOPELAND >ft BANKS <J» 

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Spring Water Co, res 1729 Sutter 
Cooper A T, patent cook stoves, 757 
Howard ' 

Cooper C F, (C F Cooper & Co), res 2926 

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Cooper C F & Co, (C F Cooper), real es- 
tate directory, 529 Clay 
Cooper D F, (liumni & Cooper), res 327 ?4 

Golden Gate ave 
COOPER E M, general superin- 
tendent Wells, Fargo & Cos' Express, 
res 933 Adeline, Oakland 
Cooper Geo D, ("W & J Sloane & Co), res 

830 Post I 
Cooper Henry, bakery, 2819 K Mission, 

res same 
Cooper J, tailor, 24 New Montgomery, 

res 704 Sutter 
Cooper J K, stationery, 746 Market, res 

219 Powell 
COOPER MISS L W, dress and 
cloak maker, 196 Stevenson, i 
same 
Cooper Medical College, Dr L C Lane 
president, cor Webster and Sacra- 
mento 
Cooper Morris, tailor, 413 Powell, res 

same 
Cooper Mrs Sarah B, president and man- 
ager Flora Sharon Free Kindergar- 
ten, res 1902 Vallejo 
Coopers, Protective Union, 316 Post 
Coos Bav, Columbia River, Shoal Water 
Bav'and Gray's Harbor Packet Co, 
(AM Simpson), 48 Market 
Coos Bay Cooperage (Coos Bay Stave fe 
Lumber Co), Brannan and Eighth, 
office 323 Front 
CO-OPERATIVE GRO- 
CERY STORE, cor Sixteenth 
ami Doloies 
Cope and Bovd (W W Cope and James 
T Boyd), attorneys at law, 324 Pine, 
rooms 11 to 14 
Cope George W (C H Maddox & Co, res 
SE cor Market and Seventeenth, 
Oakland 
Cope \V W (Cope & Boyd), attorney at 
law and reporter decisions Supreme 
Court of Cal, res 826 Powell 
Cope W B, attorney at law, 324 Pine, 
room 12 



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Corbert & Roche, saloon, 23 Second, res 
634 Hayes 

Corbett Mrs E J, physician, 402 O Far- 
rell 

Corbett H E, dairy, 518-520 Hayes, res 
532 Grove 

Corbett P J, livery stable, 518-520 Hayes, 
res same 

Corbett P J (Self-Endowment Life Se- 
curity Association, res 518 Hayes 

Corbett S* J, physician, 402 O'Farrell 

Corbett Mrs Tbomas, underwear and! 
fancv goods, 485 Larkin 

CORBETT WILLIAM, gilt 

imitation and ornamemal mould- 
ings, 406 Ninth, res 1065 Bryant 

Corbitt & Macleay (Wrn Corbitt, Donald 
Macleay and Kenneth Macleay), 
office 218 California 

Corbitt Wm (Corbitt & Macleay), res 
San Mateo 

Corcoran Philip, mining superintend- 
ent, 39 Merchants' Exchange 

Corcoran W H, bufcher, 515 Bryant, res 
542 Brvant 

Cordan A C, barber, 208 Drumm, res 
Oakland „ . 

CORDANO G B (John Demartini 
& Cot, les "-toy Fouith 

CORDANO JOHN (John De- 
martini & Co), res 303 Fourth 

Cordano John, fruit, 3112 Mission, res 
same 

Cordeiro M M, barber, 325 Drumm, res 

CORDELIA WINE VAULTS 

Adulph Beck proprietor, SE cor 
Sixth and Mission 

Corden T J, news depot, stationery and 
cigars, 525 Fourth, res same 

CORDES BRUN, groceries and 
liquors, cigars and tobacco and 
commission merchant, SW cor 
Twenty-third and Valencia, res 1004 
Valencia 

CORDES JACOB, groceries and 
liquors, SE cor Valencia and Twen- 
ty sixth, res same 

Cordes John, saloon, 213 Pine, res 2104 
Folsom 

Corey Thoniaa, tinner, 204 Pacific, res 
811 Harrison 



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P| Corinson Nathan, barber and cigars 
p* 1829 Union, res sam 

£_j Cork W H, (W H Cork & Co), res 131 
V2 Larkin 

Cork W H & Co, (W H Cork and W A 
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groceries and liquors, NE cor Ful 
ton and Laguna, res same 
Corkery James, (Corkery & Quill), 530 

Tehama 
Corkery & Quill, (James Corkery and An- 
thony Quill), groceries and liquors, 
cor Fifth and Howard and SW cor 
Twenty-sixth and Alabama 
Cormac T E K, attorney at law, 307 San- 
some, res Saucelito 
. CORNELIUS FERD H, grocer- 
s' ies and liquors, 636 Minna, res same 
« Cornell A A, (Andrews & Cornell), res 
S 417 Main 

*+ CORNELL WM C, cashier of 
Harding's Collection Office, res 1736 
Eddy 
Cornwall F, oculist and aurist, 120 Post, 

res 1020 Geary 
Cornwall P B, president Black Diamond 

Coal Mining Co, res 609 Harrison 
Cornwell S G, books and stationary, 612 

Montgomery, res 522 Turk 
Cornyn James, proprietor Manhattan 
House, 705-707 Front 

|— CORONA COSMETIC CO, 

<C H "Wheeler manager, manufactur 
ers of cosmetics, 126 Kearnv 
^ Corporation Yard, S F F D, Win Eyre 
^> clerk, Samuel Bainey superintend- 
ent of engines, 50-52 Sacramento 
Corrado L ; (L Corrado & Co), res 321 
\Jj Broadway 

fy ICorriea F M, cigars and tobacco, cor 
"r Washington and Montgomery 

UJ Corrigan Mrs A, bakery, 418^ Seventh 
L_ Corrigan John, tailor, 304 Minna, res 
' . sam e 

CORRIGAN W C, engines and 
boilers, 444 California, res 532 Mis- 
sion 
Corriveau L, baths, 113 Geary, res same 
CORTEL YOU EDWIN, butch 
er, stall 4, Grand Central Market, 
res 826 Treat ave 
Cortelyou P L, (Wilton & Cortelyou) 

res 230 Seventeenth 
Corwin G B, (G B Corwin & Co), 179 Six- 
teenth 
O Corwin G B & Co, cigars and tobacco, 
925 Market 
7 Corwin Geo W, manager What Cheer 
*■ Laundry, res 2581 Mission 

O Cor y Isaac H, res 326 Oak 

OCosbie Hugh S C, harnessmaker, 2207 
Mission, res same 



COSBIE WM, harness and sad 

dlery, 516-518 Mission, res 24 Silvei 

Cosgnff Mrs A G, millinerv, 48 Third 

res 2411 Webster 
COSGRIFF MARTIN F, (Mil 

ler & Cosgriff), res 1612 Franklin 
Cosgrove Mrs Eliza, lodgings, 16 Mason 
~B$Z?l e Mrs Elle n. groceries, 268 Clara 
COSGROVE JAMES, saloon 

and lodg ng house, 100 JicAllister 
Cosgrove John T, plumber, 1828 Market 

res 222^ Fulton 
Cosgrove Mrs M, dressmaker, 413 Sut- 
ter, res same 
Cosley T B, (T B Cosley & Co), res 425 

Kearny 
COSLEY T B & CO, (TB Cosley), 
rubber stamps, 434 Montgomery, res 
425 Kearny. 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, D Buckley pro- 
prietor, 100-102 Fifth 
Cosmopolitan Mining Company Nev 

2 Nevada Block 
Coso House, L J Ewell proprietor, lodg- 
ings, 411 Sansome 
COSSERNO ARMAND, cabi 
net-maker, 1720 Polk and 639 Cali- 
fornia, res 1720 Polk 
COSTA GIACOMO, boarding 

house, 314 Pacific 
Costa Joseph, insurance agent, 406 

Montgomery, res 1512 Broadway 
Costa Lorenzo, commission merchant 

614 Front, res 452 Vallejo 
Costant Manuel, (Manuel Costant & Co) 

res 424 Davis 
COSTANT MANUEL & CO, 
(Manuel Costant and Fracisco Bra- 
zil), commission merchants, 424 
Davis 
Costello Daniel, saloon, 821 Folsom 
Costello James, groceries and liquors, 

341 Jessie, res same 
Costello John, wood and coal, 220 

Eighth, res same 
Costello Peter, bootmaker, 706 Larkin 

res same 

Costigan, Cohen & Co, (J M Costigan 

Wm G Cohen and Edgar A Cohen), 

grain and wool brokers, 205 Battery 

Costigan J M, (Costigan, Cohen & Co) 

res Oakland 
Costre Spiro, bootmaker, 504 Larkin 
COTREL THOMAS Jr, agt E 
R Durkee's spices and baking pow- 
ders, 405 Front, res 1955 San Jose 
ave, Alameda 
Cotrel Wm B, manufrs agent, 109 Cali- 
fornia, res 823 Polk 
Cotte Mrs Elodie, laundry, 411 Geary, 

res same 
Cotterman F, (Kearny & Cotterman), 
res Vallejo, near Baker 



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rnTTn v AYLETT R, attor-Cowen Joe R,(Cowen. Porter & Co), res ~U 

nef, 230 Montgomery, res 699 Ellis) 118 Geary J 

COTTON CE, secretary California Cowen P, (Davis & Cowen), res Peta-j^Q 

Cowen, Porter & Co, (J R Cowen, J W GQ 
Porter, D H Schuyler), undertakers,!^ 
118 Geary J 

Cowie G N, (Peters & Cowie), res Sulh- rt\ 
van Block, Mission, bet Fifth and v ' 



Bridge Co, res 2214 Telegraph ave, 
Oakland _, , 

Cotton D E, California Oil Works, res 

1013 Pierce ^ 

Cotton Mrs L, lodgings, 304 Stockton, 

res same 
COTTRELL MRS E S, artist, 

:i26 Larkin 
Cottura Peter, basket maker, 704 Front 
JCoughlan Mrs J, millinery, 919 Market, 

res same 
Coughlin John D, butcher, 1040 Bryant, 

res 1012 Bryant 
COUGHLIN JOSEPH E, en 

gineer and machinist, dealer in new 

and second-hand machinery, 7i 

Bryant, res 251 Perry 
Coughlin W F, groceries, 1329 Sansome 
COTJLSON NAT T, dentist, 850 

Market, opp Fourth, room 9, res 

same See adv 
Coulter Geo T, room 56, 320 Sansome 
Counter CE, paints and oils, 1826 Mar- 
ket, res same 
Coulter Robert, manager Wakefield Rat- 
tan Co, res 1413 Van Ness Ave 
Coupland W F, (Boysen & Co), res 2414 

Hyde 
Couret H L, dentist, 1306 Polk 
CourBen Miss Ellen, vocal music, 320 

Post, res 1060 Fulton 
Coursey Jno, saloon, 66 Jessie, res same 
Courtney L F, Umbrella maker and 

books and pictures, 763 Mission, res 

same 
Courvoisier F L, varieties, 2431 Mission 

res same 
Cousins A H, bakery and restaurant 

420-422 Folsom, res 418 Folsom 
Cousins J C, superintendent California 

Dry Dock Co, and Merchants' Dry 

Dock Co, office foot of Spear 
Cousins William G, attorney at law 

534 X California, res 1083 Broad 

•way 
Covell Mrs E, dressmaker, 501 Mason, 

res same 
Covell C H, (W M Brandon & Co), res 

278 East Tenth, Oakland 
COVERT H M, manager Farmers 

and Merchants' Business Agency, 

office 203 Sacramento, res Redwood 

City 
COWAN Dr R H, chiropodist, 

126 Kearny, res 711 Treat Ave 
Cowdery J F, attorney at law, 325 Mont- 
gomery, res 2406 Mission 
Cowell Henry, (Davis & Cowell), res 413 
Hyde 



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groceries and liquors, SE cor Six 

teenth and Guerrero jf\ 

Cox Aaron, (Thos A Cox & Co), res 319 V 

Fremont C" 

Cox Mrs A M, fancy goods, 110 Tayler 
Cox Chas, poxiltry and game, 81-82 Cali- 
fornia Market, res 336 O'Fanell 
Cox Miss C, dressmaker, 1918 Steiner, 

res same 
Cox Geo, cigars and tobacco, 433 Mont- 

gomerv ave, res 222 Jones 
COX GEO F, (Cox & Wallenstein), 

res bia Eighteenth, Oakland 
Cox James, bootmaker, 1161 Howard, 

res same 
Cox J F & Co, (J F Cox), hay and grain, 

430 Fifth, res 437 Fifth 
Cox Mrs J P, artistic embroidering, 4i<: 

Geary, res same 
Cox Thos A, (Thos A Cox & Co), res 319 

Fremont 
Cox Thos A & Co, (Thos A Cox, W m A 

Cox and Aaron Cox), seeds, 411-41o 

Sansome _ ______ 

COX & WALLENSTEIN 

(Geo F Cox & J H Wallenstein). 

wholesale stationers and paper, 411 

California 
Cox Wm A, (Thos A Cox & Co), res 319 

Fremont 
Coye H L, president Nevada Salt and 

Borax Co, 310 Pine, res 807 Green- 
wich 
Coyle Henry, boots and shoes, 402 Third, 

res same 
COZY SALOON, H S Meyer, 21 

Davis 
C P R R Ticket office, 222 Montgomery 
Crabb Henry, stationery and fancy 

goods, 2331 Mission, res same 
CRAB RICHARD SOUR 

MASH WHISKY, Bpthto. 

Dallemand & Co, agents, 215 Call 
fornia 
Crable Mrs H If, lodging house 

Crabtiee Mrs Margaret, groceries, 1186 

Harrison, res same 
Crackbon C L, (C A Murdock & Co., 

res 2740 Pine ^ 

Crackbon F A, bookkeeper with C A 

Murdock & Co, res 2740 Pine 



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Crad ]i a C v k enw a oSh 8ten0g^aphe^, ^ 308 | Cran « \ lbert E . "*1 estate agent, 410 
rPAnnrv nr« v Montgomery, res 6*1 Folsoln 

C± ^&4? OCK WM, horseshoeing, Crane B G, (Crane, Hastings & Co) w»«, 
833 Geary, re3 1413 Devisarlem *o» wi „ ' "* SU "« H « ^O) res 



833 Geary, re3 1413 Devisadero 
Craig A, (Taylor & Craig), res 2308 Mar 

ket 
Craig A W, (Craig & Mosher), res 310 

Third, Oakland 
Craig Alex, (Craig & Cochran), res 26 

Mint ave 
CRAIG & COCHRAN, (Alex 

Craig and J P Cochran), undertakers 
and embalmers. 22-26 Mint ave 
Craig Chas H, undertaker, 946 Mission, 

res 6073$ Natoma 
Craig C W. distiller, agent and commis- 
sion, 306 Battery, res north side 
Santa Clara ave, Alameda 
Craig Geo, groceries and liquors, 314 

Eighth, res same 
Craig Homer A, (Brown, Craig & Co), 
res SW cor Thirty-fifth and Grove, 
Oakland 
Craig Hugh, manager New Zealand Ins 
Co, 312 California, res Piedmont, 
Alameda county 
Craig John R, plumber, 226 Ellis, res 

1039 Mission 
CRAIG LEE D, searcher of rec- 
ords, notary public and commis- 
sioner of deeds, 316 Montgomery 
res 3040 Sixteenth 
Craig & Meredith, (Win Craig and J H 
Meredith), attorneys at law, 328 
Montgomery, room 23 
Craig & Mosher, (A W Craig and J L 
Mosher), solar printing, 22 Kearny 
Craig Wm, (Craig & Meredith), attorney 

at law, res 2503 Clay 
Craker J T, (Day, Huber & Craker), res 

Oakland 
CROALL MRS E A, milliner, 

1221 Stockton, res 1231 Stockton 
Cram Wm R, harness maker, 81 Fourth, 

res 19 Verona 
Cramer Charles L, photographer, 402 

Kearny, res 324 Seventeenth 
Cramer O L, manufacturing chemist, 

110 Ellis, res same 
Crampton James, groceries and liquoas, 
NW cor Eighteenth and Dolores, 
res same 
Crandall Bros, (E D Crandall), job 

printers, 339 Bush 
Crandall E D, (Crandall Bros), res 339 

Bush 
Crandall O A, (T P Crandall & Co), res 

Rockford, 111 
Crandall T P (T P Crandall & Co), res 

210 Powell 
CRANDALL T P & CO, (T p 
Crandall and O A Crandall), hosiery, 
103 Battery 



428 Ellis 

Crane, Hastings & Co, (B G Crane) whole- 
sale liquors, 316 Sacramento and 321 
Commercial 

Crann Mrs Kate, tailoress, 11 Geary, res 
same 

Cranz L T, dentist, 103 Geary, res 4 Yer- 
ba Buena 

Cranz Louis, restaurant, 444 Spear, res 



Crasalia Martin, oyster saloon. 15 Third 

res 419 Stevenson 
Craven Mrs A, notions, 4123*5 Geary res 

same ' 

Craven Jane, (Craven Sisters), res 11 

Geary 
Craven Mary, (Craven Sisters), res 11 

Geary 

Craven Sisters, (Jane and Mary Craven), 

importers patterns, 11 Geary 
Craviotto August, tailor, 1521 Dupont 

res same 
Crawford A & Co, (Andrew Crawford) 

ship chandlers, 27 Market 
Crawford Andrew, (A Crawford & Co) 
Crawford Daniel, milk depot, 9323$ Har* 

rison, res same 
Crawford F M, assistant manager Alta 

California Publishing Co 

CRAWFORD J M, collector 

state Harbor Commissioners, Beale 

street wharf, res 1104 Scott 
Crawford James W, cigars and tobacco, 

160 Third, res 363<s Zoe 
Crawford Thos, (Cain & Co), res 409 

Twelfth, Oakland 
Crawford Thos O, attorney at law, 325 

Montgomery, res Oakland 
Creba Samuel, ;Samuel Creba & Son) 

res 1608 West Mission ' 

Creba Samuel & Son, (Samuel Creba) 

horseshoers, 1543 Mission.lres 1608 

West Mission 

Creed W H, (Wigginton.Creed & Hawes). 
attorneys at law, res 541 Hobart' 
Oakland 

Creedon William, bootmaker, 27 Com- 
mercial, res same 

Creely James, horseshoer, 108 Jessie 
res 64 Natoma 

Creger William, clothing manufacturer 
4 Trinity 

Creighton H H, barber, 3303^ Montgom- 
ery, res 47 Third 

Creighton Joseph, umbrellas and para- 
sols. 136 Eddy, res same 

Creighton Patrick, wines and liquors 
SE cor Fifth and Folsom, res 72© 
Folsom 



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Crescent City Mill, A M Simpson & Bros 

agents, 48 Market 
Crescent City Wharf and Dock Co, 

Hobbs, Wall & Co agents, 314 Spear 
Crescent Coal Company, A Summerrield 

Jr agent, 36-31 Clay 
CRESCENT DISTILLING 

CO, whiskies, Alfred Greenebaum 
& Co agents, 111 Front 
Cribbin Michael, saloon, 641 First, res 



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Crichton P, carpenter, 30 New Mont- 
gomery 

Crim William H, (O F Von Rhein & Co), 
res 2526 Howard 

Crimmin Dennis, (Crimmin & Dona- 
hue), res 666 Mission 

Crimmin & Donahm , (Dennis Crimmin 
and John Donahue), saloon, 666 Mis- 
sion 

CRIST JOHN I*, carpenter, 30 
Geary, res 1918 Jessie 

Cristensen Crist, restaurant, 127 Berry, 
res same 

Crittenden C 8, livery stables, 409-411 
Taylor, res 305 Jones 

Crittenden James L, attorney, 240 Mont- 
gomery, res 1533 San Pablo ave, Oak- 
land 

Crittenden Parker, auctioneer and real 
estate agent, 240 Montgomery, res 

CRITERION SALOON, James 
S Brownlie^proprietor, SE cor Eigh 
teenth and Castro 

Crockard H, shipsmith, 20 Mission, res 
Seventh ave, South San Francisco 

Crocker Aaron, (A Crocker & Bros), res 
1111 Mason 

Crocker A & Bros, (A J and A Crocker), 
clothing, 1125 Stockton 

Crocker Adolpb, (A Crocker & Bros) 
res cor Mason and Clay 

Crocker Charles H, (H S Crocker k Co), 
res Palace Hotel 

Crocker C W, (Sisson, Crocker & Co), res 
1609 Sutter 

Crocker Henry J, (H S Crocker & Co), 
res 1609 Sutter 

Crocker H S, (H S Crocker & Co), 
res Palace Hotel 

CROCKER H S & CO, (H S 
Crocker, John D Yost, Henry J 
Crocker and Chas H Ciocker), sta- 
tioners, printers, lithographers and 
blank book manufacturers, 215-217 
219 Bush 

Crocker Jacob, (A Crocker & Bros), res 
Eureka, Cal 

Crocker J H, (Crocker & Suydam), res 
1108 Bush 

Crocker Joseph, saloon, 1500 Stcckton, 
res same 



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boots and shoes, 7:24-726 Montgom- 
ery 

Crocker Mining Co, Aug Waterman secy, 
25-26 Nevada Block 

Crocker Morris, tailor, 202 Powell, res 
same 

Crocker Nathan, office 411-413 Battery, 
res 1616 Bush 

Crocker h Suydam, (J H Crocker and J 
N Suvdam), stock brokers, 327 Pine 

CROCKER WM H, cashier The 
Crocker- Wool worth National Bank 
of 8 F, 322 Pine, res NW cor Califor- 
nia and Taylor -n 

CROCKER WOOLWORTH! m 
NATIONAL BANK OF Li* 

S F, (THE) R C WoolworihrU 
president, Wm H Crocker cashier , f\ 
322 Pine \\J 

Crockett J B, president San Francisco ^0 
Gaslight Co, res 2029 California 

Crockett John, mining, res 611 Mason 

Crockett Robert, attorney at law, 612 
Commercial 

Crogan James, painter, 1605 Buchanan, 
res 12 % Hollis 

CROLEY GEO H, importer 
Silver Star Baking Powder, 13 Pine 

Cronan John, groceries and liquors, 321 
Jessie, res same 

Cronan Michael, saloon, 41 West Mis- 
sion 

Cronan William, metal roofer, 1213-1215 
Market 

Cronin John, saloon, cor Fillmore and 
California, res 2331 California 

Cronin Michael M, groceries, 1119 Har- 
rison, res same 

Cronin T J, saloon, 1120 Howard, r€ 
Natoma, bet Sixth and Seventh 

CROOK E W, manufacturer of 
custom shirts and agent for Keep's 
shirt, 126 Kearny, res 119 Oak 

CROOKS J J, real estate, 611 Clay, 
res Palace Hotel 

Croome Dental Association, dentists, 
823 Market 

CROSBY & CO, (AlphonsoCros 
by), tancy drygoods, 1800 Union, res 
same 

Crosett J F, (J F Crosett & Co), 628 Sac- 
ramento, res 2525 Folsom 

Crosett J F & Co, (J F Crosett), employ- 
ment office, 202 Stockton 

Crosman C D, restaurant, 503 Davis, res 
cor Washington and Davis 

Cross C W, (Byrne & Cross), attorney at 
law, res 718 Waller 

CROSSE WILLIAM, bronre 
goods, 516-518 Market 

Crossinan James U, mining, 330 Pine 



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CROSTHWAITE MICHAEL 

H, plumber, Gasfitter and metal 

roofer 2124 Filmore. res Fifth Ave 

and Point Lobo3 road 
Croudace F W, publisher of Breviate of 

Records, 620 Merchant, res 2203 Fill 

more 
Crough John A, dairy produce 428 Hayes 

and 313 Linden Ave, res 428 Hayes 
CROW C P, Financier Farmers and 

Merchants' Business Agency, res 814 

Thirteenth, Oakland 
Crowe Mrs If L (Cameron & Crowe), res 

134 Hancock 
Crowell M L Route Agent Wells Fargo 

& Co's, Express, Western Division, 

res 2620 Sacramento 
Crowley Cornelius, restaurant, 126}$ 

Seventh, res same 
Crowley Cornelius, saloon, NW cor 

Twenty-sixth and Valencia, res 



Crowley George, stoves and tinware, 
230 Sixth, res 512 Natoma 

Crowley Nathaniel G, manager Great 
American Tea Co, 2906 Sixteenth, res 
334 Third 

Crowley Patrick, chief of police, office 
1 Old City Hall, res 1629 Sacramen- 
to 

Crowley T J, horseshoer, cor Merchant 
and Drumm, res 5 Birch ave 

Crown Point G & S M Co, James New- 
lands, secretary, 329 Pine 

CROXALL J D, agent for Lind- 
ley & Co, Sacramento, office 405 
Front, res 314 Jones 

CRUMMEY & HALL, (Jas 
Crummey and Jas Hall), butchers 
wholesale, First ave (Honduras) S S 
F, office 651 Harrison 

CRUMMEY JAMES, (Crummey 

& Hall), res 14 Erie 
Crummey J T, butcher, Butte st, res 11 

Minnesota 
Cruse J H, saloon, 527 East, res 230 Dun- 
can 
Cruvelli, vocal music, 209 Geary, res 

same 
Crystal Drug Co (The), druggists, 943 

Valencia 
Crystal Hotel, William Ellis, proprietor, 

NE cor Fourth and Berry 
Crystal Mining Co, (The) A K Durbrow, 

secretary, 69 Nevada Block 

CRYSTAL NATIONAL 
YEAST CO, Isaac Barker, man- 
ager, 757 }$ Howard 

CRYSTAL PALACE BA 

KERY, August Harenberg, pro- 
prietor, cor Post and Laguna 



Crystal Vinegar Works, James C Chal- 
mers, manager, manufacturers of 
vinegar and compressed yeast, office 
757 Howard, works cor Fourteenth 
and Folsom 

CUBERY & CO, (William M Cu- 
bery), steam printers and dealers in 
society cards. 415 Market 

Cubery William M, (Cubery & Co\ re 
704 Powell 

CUCAVICH & BUSLACH, 

(Peter Cucavich aud Charles Bus 
lach), saloon, 412 Washington 

CUCAVICH PETER, (Cucavich 
& Buslach), res 2020 Powell 

Cucuel Emile, (Bishop & Cucuel), res 
1225 Clay 

CUDDY JEREMIAH, (Wall & 
Cuddy)), res 22 Verona 

Cuello Joseph J, restaurant, 156 Second 

Cuenin I, (I Cuenin & Co), res 911 Val 
lejo 

Cuenin I & Co, (I Cuenin), Italian res- 
taurant, 531-533 Clay 

Culbertson Miss M, matron Presbyteri- 
an Mission Home for Chinese, 933 
Sacramento, res same 

Culbreth Robert E, proprietor City Ar- 
gus, 526 Kearny, res 603 J$ Third 

Cullen Mrs Bridget, saloon, cor Brod- 
erick and Ellis, res same 

Cullen Wm, property clerk police de- 
partment, room 9, old City Hall, 
res 59 South Park 

Culley John P, plumber, stoves and 
ranges, 24 Seventh, res 102 Tehama 

Culligan John, nursery and florist, 703 
Turk, res 707 Van Ness ave 

Culver Chas G, (Culver & Piatt), res 332 
Tenth 

)ulver & Piatt, (Charles G Culver and 
Sharon P Piatt), real estate, 53* 
Kearny 

CULVERWELL STEPHEN 

S, contractor and builder, sash, 
doors and blinds, 3003 Sixteenth, 
res 211 Capp 
Cumming Alex M, bookkeeper W Greer 
Harrison, res Fruitvale, Oakland 

GUMMING FIND LAY, (A 

Cameron & Co), res 2718 Folsom 
Cummings Adley H, (Royce & Cum- 

mings), attorney at law, res 1836 

Eddy 
Cummings Benjamin F, (Cummings' 

Sons), 327 Kearny 
Cummings F & Co. (Frank Cummings), 

wholesale leather, 420 Commercial 
[Cummings Frank, (F Cummings & Co), 

res 11*2 Sutter 
Cummings Capt George, port warden's 

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CUMMINGS J E, dentist, NW; Curlett Win, (Curlett & Cuthbertson), 

cor Bush and Polk, res 1402 Bush res San Rafael 

Cummings Mrs J M, dressmaker and Curley J H & Co, (J H Curley), merchant 



maguetic baths, 128% Seventh, res 



Cummings L B, jeweler, 138 Montgom- 
ery, res 1617 Polk 

Cummings Patrick, horseshoeing, 319 
Leavenworth, res 1814 Scott 

Cummings' Sons, ("Win Cummings Jr. 
Benj F Cummimgs), jewelers, 327 
Kearny 



tailors, 14 Montgomery 
Curley John, groceries, cor Wood and 

Geary, res same 
Curley John W, dairy, office 35 Eddy 
Curley Miss Mary A, dressmaker, 103 

Sixth, res same 
Curlowen Mrs Minnie, furniture, 171.1 - * 

Mission, res same \JJ 

Curragh John M, dentist, 413 Bush ^ 



Cummings Walter B, proprietor Laurel; CURRAN B saloon> 512 B rvant, u\ 
Creek farm, office room o, 328 Mont- J res 148 Minna *** 

Curran Michael, bakery, 717 Brannan, O 
res same ~y 

Curran Thomas E, attorney at law, 331 vj 
Montgomery, rooms 34-35, res 717 ft* 
Brannan ~ 

Currey John, president Saucelito Land Q5 
and Ferry Co, 419 California, room 9 
res Palace Hotel . 

Currier Amos, oil paintings, engravings, 1 -J 
etc, 103 Stockton, res 635 Ellis 

CURRIER C B, physician and ^ 
surgeon, specialty throat and chest, i ^* 
11 to 12 a m, 7 to 8 p M, 921 Geary, 1 
res same ^. 

Currier Chas H, block and pump maker, CT 
28 Market, res 816 Grove UJ 

Currier James Parker, (Carlson & Cur- 
rier), res 614 Sutter 

Currier J F, (W J Murray & Co), res 922 

Currier J P, (Carlson & Currier), res 
New Westminster House, 614 Sutter 
Jackson 

Curry Alexander, saloon, 219 Second 

Curry C H M, Grand Reporter K of H, 
6 Eddy room 47, res 324 Seventeenth 

Curry D, painter, 513 Fell, res same 

Curry J, lodgings, 765 Market 

Curry John (N Curry & Bro), res 45 
Bryant 

Curry M O, real estate, 725 % Bush, res 
same 

Curry N (N Curry & Bro), res 2416 
Howard 

Curry N & Bro (B Curry and John Curry ', ft- 
guns and sporting material, 113 J*j 
Sansome LiJ 



Creek 

gomery, res San Mateo 

Cummings Win Jr, (Cummings' Sons) 
res 2137 Mission 

Cuneo Charles, (Gabriele & Cuneo), res 
422 Vallejo 

CUNEO CHARLES, fruits, veg- 
etables- etc, S E cor Pine and Du- 
pont, res 5 Quincy place 

Cuneo G & Co, wood and coal, 531 Pine 

Cunha Freeman, saloon, 111 Jackson, 
res same 

Cunnien Arthur, saloon, SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Filbert 

Cunningham Mrs, bakery, 442% Third, 
res sama 

Cunningham A C, (Simmons & Cun 
ningham), res 626 Jessie 

CUNNINGHAM & ADAMS, 

(J F Cunningham and Will S Ad- 
ams), wholesale and retail grocers, 
18 Clay 

CUNNINGHAM, CURTISS 

& WELCH< (James Cunning 
ham, E B Curtiss, N Y, and Samuel 
B Welch), wholesale stationers, 
printers, and blank book manufac- 
turers, 327-329-331 Sansome 

Cunningham's Free Warehouse, (Haslett 
& baily), cor Green and Front 

Cunningham James, (Cunningham. Cur- 
tiss & Welch), res 2518 Broadway 

Cunningham J F, (Cunningham & Ad- 
ams), res 439 O'Farrell 

Cunningham S J, (Clark & Cunningham), 
res 1519 Calif ornia 

Cunningham T J, (Downey & Cunning- 
ham), res 4 Twenty-seventh 

Cunningham Wm W, (P P Mast & Co), 
res 2019 Broadway 

Cuppy E E, cigars and tobacco, 450% 
Third, res 62 Tehama 

Curby C E, manager Drummond Tobac- 
co Co, 121 California, res 224 Ninth, 
Oakland 

Curien PE, barber, 6 50 Fourth, res Mime 

Curlett & Cuthbertson, ( Wm Curlett and 
W J Cuthbertson), architects, 307- 
309 Phelan Block 



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Curtaz Benj (Benj Curtaz & Son), res 50 CD 

Bartlett 
Curtaz Benj & Son (Benj Curtaz and 

Henrv J Curtaz), pianos and organs, 

20 O'Farrell 
Curtaz Henry J (Benj Curtaz & Sont, res 

50 Bartlett 
Curtin C, drvgoods, 911-913 Market, res 

318 Ellis 
Curtin James & Co (James Curtin, stoves 

and ranges, 1123 Market, res same 
Curtin James M, saloon, 1119 Market 



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Curtin John (Curtin & Lawson), res 14 

Turk 
Curtin John, boarding-house, 112 Steu- 

art, res same 

i CURTIN JOHN H, saloon, 648 

Second, res same 
! Curtin Julia B, groceries and liquors, 

506% Natoma, res same 

'CURTIN & LAWSON, (John 

Curtin and A B Lawson), detective 
agency, 328 Montgomery, room 21 

iCurtin Mrs Margaret, saloon, 1062 How- 
ard, res same 

Curtis Madam, dressmaker, 125 Oak, res 
same 

[Curtis Mrs C, dressmaker, 211 Powell, 
res same 

(Curtis, Dixon & Co (John W Curtis, Geo 
W Dixon, W S Johnson), cigar man- 
ufacturers, 309-313 Clay 

Curtis James M. gauger, 123 California, 
res 447 Bartlett 

CURTIS JOHN MORRISON, 

architect, 528 California, res 717 

Hyde 
Curtis John W (Curtis, Dixon & Co), res 

620 Golden Gate ave 
Curtis S T, mining, 411% California 
Curtis Thomas, Stanford Light, 333 

Golden Gate ave, res 116 Haight 
Curtis W P, shipchandler, 267 East, res 

514% Fell 
Curtis Mrs W R, millinery, 1235 Market, 

res same 
Curtoni F D, (Curtoni & Metrovich), res 

615 Turk 
Curtoni & Metrovich, (F D Curtoni and 

M L Metrovich), fruits, vegetables, 

etc, NE cor Turk and Larkin 
Cusack Thomas B.groceries and liquors, 

715 Brannan, res same 
Cushing C, physician, office and res 636 

Sutter 
Cushing Chas A, gas stoves, 105 Fre- 
mont, res 2418 Pacific ave 
CUSHING CHAS H, secretary 

State Investment and Insurance 

Company, 218-220 Sansome, res 1164 

Eighth, Oakland 
Cusack T B, groceries and liquors, 715 

Brannan, res same 
CUSICK JAMES E, plumber, 

gas and steam fitter, 939 Mission, 

res same 
Cusick Thomas, saloon, 134 Seventh, res 

same 
Cuthberler Joseph, boots and shoes, 546 

Washington, res 1808 Stockton 
Cuthbertson W J, (Curlett & Cuthbert- 

son), res 824 Twenty-eighth, Oak- 
land 
Cutlar R, dentist, 104 Phelan Building 



Cutler A D, (Pacific Fruit Company), res 

613 Eddy 
CUTLER E B, attorney at law, 

330 Pine, rooms 53-54, res 1737 

Broadway 
Cutler S M, (Sisson, Crocker & Co), res 

914 Eight, Oakland 
Cutten E L, (B M Atchinson & Co), 2516 

Sacramento 
Cutter Annie, magnetic physician, 1020 

Market, res same 
Cutter B O, (J B White & Co), res Oak- 
land 
Cutter Chester G, cattle raiser, office 328 

Montgomery, res 146 Lake, Oakland 
CUTTER E B, secretary Port Costa 

Warehouse and Dock Company, 306 

California, res 2421 California 

CUTTING FRUIT PACK- 
ING COMPANY, A D Cutler 
president, Sidney M Smith vice 
president, J B Black secretary, office 
17-19 Main, factory, 1134-1136 Har- 
rison 

Cutting John T, (John T Cutting & Co), 
res Occidental Hotel 

Cutting John T & Co, (John T Cutting), 
shipping and commission, 23-25 
California 

CUTTING PACKING COM. 
PANY, Sidney M Smith presi 
dent, Francis Cutting vice-presi- 
dent, manufacturers of hermetically 
sealed goods, office 17-19 Main 

CUZENS H L, (Harris & Cuzens) 
res 1054 Howard 

Cuzens Mrs H L, candy store, 1054 How 
ard , res same 

CYCJLOPS MACHINE 

WORKS, Tait & Hainque pro 

prietors, 115-117 Beale 
Dabcovich D C, fruits and confection 

ery, 502 Kearny, res 213 Stevenson 
Dabelos C, bootmaker, 443 Green, res 



Dabelstein Henry, cigar manufacturer, 
28% First, res 2524 Sutter 

Daclin Chas, (Daclin & Son), res 911 
Vallejo 

Daclin Emile, (Daclin & Son), res 911 
Vallejo 

Daclin & Son (Chas and Emile), black- 
smiths and wagonmakers, 324 Jack- 
son 

Dagenais G, (O'Banion & Dagenais), res 
Hayes Valley 

Daggett J R, president McCollam Fish- 
ing and Trading Co, res cor Eleventh 
and Harrison, Oakland 

Daggett Ore Sampling Co, 123 Califor- 
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D AHINDEN JOSEPH, tailor 

608 Market, res cor O'Farrell and 

Larkin 
DAHL B F, mining president and 

stock broker, 331 Montgomery, res 

Berkeley 
Dahl Cbris, grocer NE cor Greenwich 

and Fillmore 
Dahl Henry, restaurant, 320 Folsom, res 

same 
Dahlen Charles, saloon, 1147 Market 
Dahm Chas, astrologer, 319 Stockton, 

res same 
Dahmel AEG, groceries, NW cor Turk 

and Scott, res same 
Dahmke F, groceries and liquors, SE 

cor Berry and Ritch, res same 
Dailey Mrs *E T, furnished rooms, 655 

Washington 

DAILY ALTA CALIFOR- 
NIA, Alta California Publishing 
Co, proprietors, 529 California 

Daily Cricket (The), Doutrick & McYey 
publishers) 429 Montgomery 

DAILY EVENINGPOST, 

Post Publishing Co proprietors, 500 

Montgomery 
DAILY EXAMINER, Examin- 

er Publishing Co, proprietors, 10 

Montgomery 
DAILY SHIPPING AND 

HOTEL NEWS, Jay Feder- 

lein publisher, 415 Market 

DAINOERFIELD W R, at 

torney and counselor at law, 234 
Montgomery, rooms 9-10, res 502 
Powell 

DAISLEY MRS JOHN, board 
ing-house, 412 Hyde, res same 

Dake E C, advertising agent, 64-65 Mer- 
chants' Exchange, res 1709 Turk 

Dakin Mrs A T, bakery, 2218 Pine, res 
same 

Dakin Edwin, (Dakin & Libbey), res 
517 Fell 

DAKIN E A, surveyor and printer 
Dakin Publishing Co, 320 Sansome, 
res 218 Stockton 

DAKIN & LIBBEY, (Edwin 
Dakin and J G Libbey), proprietors 
Commercial Soap Co, 223 Sansome 

DAKIN PUBLISHING CO, 
(Geo W Spencer president, Tom C 
Grant vice-president, J W Staples 
secretary and treasurer, E A Dakin 
manager), maps, survey and insur- 
ance printing a specialty, 320 San- 
some, rooms 42-3-4-5-6 

Dakin Win, fruits retail, 1037 Howard 

Daylay Mrs Anna, lodging-house, 520 
Bush 

Dalciet Paulin, saloon, cor Twenty 
fifth and Alabama, res same 



DALEY & ELLIOTT, (J B Daley 
and E Klliott), carpenters and build- 
ers, 659 Folsom 

Daley Francis R, grocer, SE cor Twenty- 
eighth and Alabama 

DALEY J B, (Daley & Elliott i, 
res 28 Hampton place 

Daley R H, architect, 218 Post 

Dalgleish H D, (Shipper & Dalg!eisb>, 
res 211 Polk 

Dall C C, (Woest & Dall), res 1»23 Powell 

BALL JOHN H, (Bradley & Ru- 
lofson, 14 Grant ave), importer 
photographic material, 610-620 Clay 
res Occidental Hotel 

Dallam R B, (Amies & Dallam), res cor 
Grove and Fifteenth, Oakland 

Dallamore Geo C, (Lyons & Dallamore) 
res 1901 Larkin 

Dalldorf Rudolph, saloon, NE cor Mis 
sion and Beale, res 1206 Mission 

Dallemand Albert, (Bothin, Dallemand 
& Co), res 909 Polk 

DALLEMAND & CO, (Chicago), 
wine and liquor merchants, office 
215-217 California 

Dailman L, (B G Ruhl & Co), res 15 
Hyde 

Dal Pino Amato, fruit and vegetables 
1526 Dupont, res same 

Dal Pino Giovanni, fruits and vegeta 
bles, 3252 Mission, res same 

Dal Pogetto A, (A Dal Pogetto & Co), res 
392 Dolores 

Dal Pogetto A & Co, (A Dal Pogetto and 
E Dal Pogetto), fruits, 392 Dolores 

Dal Pogetto E, (A Dal Pogetto & Co), res 
392 Dolores 

DALTON BROS, (Frank and 
Thomas B Dalton), fruit and pro- 
duce commission merchants, 308- 
310 Davis 

Dalton Frank, (Dalton Bros), res cor 
Twenty-sixth and Fair Oaks 

Dalton P E, Contra Costa Laundry Asso- 
ciation, res SW cor Jackson and 
Ninth, Oakland 

Dalton Thomas B, (Dalton Bros), res 
2510 Clay 

Da Luz Francisco F, grocer, 721 .Broad- 
way 

Daly C, groceries and lodgings, 430 
Brannan, res same 

DALY & CAVANAGH, 
(John Daly and Win A Cavanaghj, 
Fremont Machine Works, 230 Fre- 
mont 

Dalv D J, saloon, 35 Pacific, re* 1220 
Powell 

Dalv Edward, blacksmith, 2312 Pine, 
res 118 Wilder 

Daly Hannah, vegetables and fruit, 457 
Tehama 






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Dalv John, saloon, 121 Montgomery, res;Daniels Wm L, plumber and gas fitter, 
| 449 Jessie 234 Po8 *. res 407 H 7 de 

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. Daly John F, 
E* ; Howard 

PJ Daly & Kinne, (John D Daly and Will- 
£r\ j iam H Kinne, proprietor San Mateo 
p3 | Dairy, 1010 Valencia 
f-J .Daly John D, (Daly & Kinne), res 
t/\ Valencia 

Daly Mrs J T, saloon, 621 Merchant, res 
<J '626 Merchant 

•-• Daly L, wood and coal, 319-321 Seventh, 
^ res 321 Seventh 

P5 Daly Martin, saloon, 904 Illinois, res 



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fx* Daly P, (Lonergan & Daly), res 1221 
Polk 

Dalziel & Moller, (Robert Dalziel and 
Wm Moller), importers plumber's 
materials, 413-415 Mission 

Dalziel Robert, (Dalziel & Moller), res 
J-i 522 Fifteenth, Oakland 

""=** Dameron J P, attorney at law, 230 Mont- 
gomery res 2709 Larkin 
M Damianovich Peter, New Orleans Res- 
H taurant, 217 Sixth, res same 

52 DAMON JAS E, banking loans 
P5 and real estate, and manager Alame- 

nieda Real Estate Associates, 436 
Montgomery, res 1522 Clay 

Dams Henry, teacher of languages, 1419 
Powell ,, ^. 

Dana George H, capitalist. 314 Pine, res 
1411 Van Ness ave 

D'Ancona A A, physician. 14^8 Howard 

Daneri Antonio, hardware, 420 Battery, 
res 808 Valle.io 

Daneri A, (Zolfo & Daneri), res 121o 
Powell 

DANERI F & CO, (Francisco 
Daneri and Henry Casanova), whole- 
sale groceries and liquors, 27-29 
California 

Daneri Francisco, (F Daneri & Co), res 
Italy 

Daneri Gi, saloon, 131 Pacific, res same 

Daney Eugene, attorney at law, 53--: 
Kearny . 

Danforth E P, (Oilman & Danforth), res 
1200 Mason 

Dangers Henry, (Sorenson, Dunker & 
Co), res 111 Grove 
S> Danguet Frank, laundry, 532 Sixth, res 
same 

DANICHEFF KID GLOVE 
FACTORY, Robert C Clark, 
proprietor, 119 Grant ave 

DANIEL JOHN, Italian marble 
and Scotch granite, monuments, 
mantles, etc, 421 Pine, res 2013 Polk 

Danielewicz Sigismund, hairdressmg, 
631 Kearny, res 715 Montgomery ave 



530 Daneilson Peter, (Anderson & Daniel- 
son), res 416 % Austin 

Daneilwitz Joseph, dry goods, 2939 Six- 
teenth 

Danglada Y, (Matoon & Danglada), res 
1712 Stockton 

Daneilson Peter, (Anderson & Daniel- 
son), res 416 Austin 

Danis Mathew, restaurant, 1032 Howard 
res eame 

Danly Miss H A, dressmaker, 846 Valen- 
cia, res 1827 Jessie 

Dannals C W, groceries, 825 Valencia, 
res 818 Valencia 

Danner Albert, bootmaker, 130 Oak, res 
same 

D'Arcy John, attorney at law, 530 Cali- 
fornia 

D'Arcy J T (J T McDermot & Co), res 
250 H Tehama 

Darcy John, baker, 911 Buchanan, res 
sam e 

DARIUS MRS P, ladies and 
childrens underwear, 408 % Sixth, 
res same 

DARLING MME ADELAI- 
DE, dressmaking parlors, 37 Fifth 
res same 

DARLING F H, agencies, 37 Fifth 
res same 

Darneal H, stenographer, 65 Nevada 
block, res Alameda 

Darrin K, magnetic physician, 113 Stock 
ton, res 933 Post 

Darrin S I, magnetic physician, 113 
Stockton, res Baldwin Hotel 

O'Artenay Eugene, druggist, NE cor 
Post and Mason, res 510 Mason 

Darwin Charles B, attorney at law, 636 
Clay, room 18, res San Rafael 

Dasmann F W. groceries, 512 Hayes, 
res 80 Colton 

Dasmann William, saloon, 1641 How- 
ard, res 205 Thirteenth 

DASSONVILLE FRED, with 
Baker & Hamilton, cor Pine and 
Davis, res 2315 Webster 

Dastugue G, meat market, stalls 7 and 
and 9 Pacific fruit market 

Dastugue Mrs R, laundry, 6 4 Broad- 
way, res same 

Daugherty John, saloon, 301 Sixth, res 
318 Sixth 

Daugherty Jno (Mat Sullivan & Co), res 
517 Howard 

Dauvilliers Justin, gardener, 2411 Bush 
res same 

Davalli V, proprietor Toscano Hotel 
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DAVEGA EDGAR, proprietor 
New Era Market, MY cor Hyde and 
Jackson, res same 

Davelstein Henry, cigar nianufacttirer, 
28}$ First, res 2524 Sutter 

DAVENPORT RICHARD' 

architect, 126 Kearny, res 313 Fourth 

DAVERKOSEN PETER, 

meat market, 2512 Bush, res same 
Davey Silas, cigars and tobacco, 1348 

Market, res same 
Davico Chas, groceries, cor Willow and 

Jessie, res same 
David A, plumber and gasfitter, 1103 

Stockton 
David Jules, commission merchant, 215 

Sacramento, res 1129 McAllister 
David R L, clothing, G13 Broadway 
David Wm, tailor, 609 Howard, res 

same 
Davidson A, dairy, office 35 Eddy 

DAVIDSON D B, cashier The 

Nevada Bank of San Francisco, res 

San Rafael 
Davidson J D, locksmith and bell 

hanger, 30 O'Farrell 
Davidson J R, physician, office 224 

Kearny, res 411 Golden Gate ave 
Davidson M, drayman, 21-23 Battery, res 

517 McAllister 
Davidson Marcus, crockery and glass- 
ware, 231 Sixth 
Davidson & Rued, (J W Davidson and 

J C Rued), morocco factory, 317-319 

Eleventh 
Davidson Sam L, boots and shoes, 110 

Third 
Davidson & Son, dairy, office 35 Eddy 
Davidson W W, attorney at law, 420 

California, res 9 Fulton 
Davies Mrs Antonia, dressmaker, 1006 

Pacific 
Davies Mrs M, nurse, 426 Kearny 
Davies Shadrach, cabinetmaker, 905 

Clay, res 1328 Washington 
Davies W H, physician, 25 % Haight, 

res same 
Davis A, barber, 333 Fifth, res same 
Davis A, (A Davis & Son), res 1013 Clay 
Davis A E, vice-president and general 

manager S P C R R, res 601 Stockton 
Davis Andrew M, (Davis Bros), res 1109 

Bush 
Davis Ansley G, (Davis Bros, Bergmann 

& Co), res 1605 Scott 

DAVIS A & SON, (A Davis and 

J Davis), loan office, 411 Kearny 
Davis Bros (Percy L DaviB and Andrew 



Davis Brothers (Louis Davis and Mark 

Davis), cigars and tobacco, 30 M<.nt- 

gomery 
Davis Brothers, Bergmann & Co, lEuye- 

ne G Davis, Ansley G Davi.s uni 

Jacob Bergmann), toys and fam\ 

goods, 10-12-14-16 Sutter 
Davis Mrs C, furnishing goods, 608 

Fourth 
Davis Charles E, (Byrne k Davis), res 

3102 California 
Davis & Co, (M Davis), tailors, 1215 

Market, res 2321 California 

DAVIS & COWEEE, (Imm E 

Davis and Henry Cowelli, lime 

and cement, fire brick and plaster, 

211-213 Drumm 
Davis & Cowen, (P Cowen and E Davis ', 

crockery and glasswaie, 929-931 

Market 
Davis C W, dentist, 6 Eddy, room 10, 

res same 
Davis D, (Davis & Cowen), res 5263* 

Birch ave 
Davis Daniel, restaurant, SW cor Sutter 

and Kearny, res 2423 Sutter 
Davis Mrs E, clairvoyant, 4 Leonard 

Place, res same 
Davis Edward, tailor, 347 Third, res 

same 
)avis Mrs E K, dressmaker, 906 Pa- 
cific 
Davis Eugene, (Davis Bros, Bergmann 

& Co), res 907 Sutter 
Davis Frank, barber, 208 Brannan, res 

same 
Davis G E, physician (homcepathic), 

office 520 Sutter, res K-7 Ridlev 
DAVIS GEO A, agent Fish Bros' 

wagoiiB, 1021 to 1027 Bryant, res 

Lick House 
Davi.s G W, physician, office 433 Geary 
Davis Henry C, dentist, 131 Post, res 

1318 Jackson, Oakland 
Davis Henry H, attornev at law, office 

420 California, 100m 3, res 2321 Cali- 
fornia 
Davis Horace, (Horace Davis &; Co), res 

1011 Bush 
Davis Horace & Co, (Horace Davis), pro-l 

prietors Golden Gate Flouring 

Mills, 41-49 First 
Davis Isaac E, (Davis & Cowell, res 1802 

Pacific ave 
Davis Isidore, tailor, 404 Third, res 168! 

Perry 
Davis Jacob, merchant tailoring, 131. 

Second, res 58 Minna 
Davis J, (A Davis & Son*, res 1013 Clay 



Davis & Jameison, saloon, 668 Mission 
M Davis), toys and fancy goods, 718- DAVIS J AS M, secretary I'acifw 
720 Market, 1234 Market, and 4191 Saw Manufacturing Co, 17-19 Fre- 
Kearny mont, res 514 Sutter 



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920 Guerrero 

'Davis J B F & Sod, (J B F Davis and W 
S D;ivis), managers Standard Marine 
Insurance Com panv, 429 California 

DAVIS JOHN T, president San 
Francisco and Lake County Rail- 
road Company. 318 Pine, room 5, 
res Baldwin Hotel 

Davis Joseph, (R D W Davis & Co), res 
1714 O'Farrell 

Davis Louis, (Davis Brothers), res 106 
Austin 

DAVIS I* & M, (Louis Davis and 
Mark Davis), cigars and tobacco, 946 
Market, res Baldwin Hotel 

Davis Louis, (L ft M Davis), res 106 
Austin 

Davis Mark, (L & M Davis), res 106 
Austin 

Davis Miss Mary, bakery, 2218 Larkin, 
res same 

Davis Max, (Schonw T asser & Co), res 1710 
"Webster 

Davis M D, (Davis & Jameison), res 35 
Everett 

Davis M, tailor, 540 Commercial, res 
1024 Folsom 

Davis Mrs M M, dressmaker, 5 Mintave, 
res same 

Davis N, tailor, 708 Folsom, res same 

Davis Percy L, (Davis Bros), res 927 
Sutter 

Davis Phillip, (Hoffman & Davis), res 
624 Haves 

Davis R D W, (R D W Davis & Co), res 
731 Bush 

Davis R G, president Sterling Furni- 
ture Co, res 1226 Valencia 

Davis Rosa, fruits, 202 Pacific 

DAVIS R O, SUCCESSOR 



es Davis "W S, city agent Brown, Craig & 
Co, 429 California, res 1040 Dolores 

Davison W P, branch bakery, 1002 Pa- 
cific 

DAWARTZ J FRITZ, beer 
hall, 220 Montgomery ave 

DAWES RICHARD C, man- 
ager Shot Tower, Selby's Smelting 
and Lead Works, res 2526 Bush 



Dawley J M, manager Petroline Paint 
Co, res Oakland 

Dawson Geo, saloon, 321 California, res 
Alameda 

Dawson James, saloon, NW cor Polk 
and Pacific 

Dawson John H, druggist, 1145 Valen- 
cia, res same 

Dawson Thomas, ship carpenter, 46 
Main, res 200 Mission 

Day Clinton, architect, 310 Pine, res 
Berkeley 

Day Geo F, (Dav, Huber & Craker), res 
17 Bartlett . 

DAY, HUBER & CRAKER, 

(Geo F Day, Frank Huber and J T 
Craker), manufacturers of sash, 
blinds and doors, 160 Main 

Day Mrs Ida, dairy, office 35 Eddy 

DAY J E, American Tool Works, 
109 Mission, res 407 First 

DAY J G, contractor and builder, 
124 Main, res 509 Golden Gate ave 

Day J G Jr, physician and druggist, SW 
cor Pacific and Leavenworth, res 
509 Golden Gate ave 

Day J S, (J S Day & Co), res 1009 Natoma 

Day J S & Co, (J S Day), carriage manu- 
facturers, 948-950 Mission 

Day Robt, secretary Guide Publishing 
Co, and Bosqui Engraving and Print- 
ing Co, res 1410 Leavenworth 
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IMPORTING TEA CO 

77 Fourth, res Morris ave 

Davis Sewing Machine, H C Fiske gen- 
eral agent, 7 1 8 Washington 

Davis Thos J, (Potter & Davis), res 2018 
Fillmore 

Davis T, (T Davis k Co), res Alameda 

Davis T & Co, (T Davis), proprietary 
medicines and commission, 103 
Montgomery 

Davies Thomas W, cigars and tobacco, 
1751 Mission, res ^0 Twelfth 

Davis William, wholesale saddles, har- 
ness-leather, 410 Market, res 2094 
Market 

DAVIS W H & CO, (W H Davis), 
saloon, 105-107 Grant ave 

Davis "Wm G, cashier Conrad & Max- 
well, res 520 Eddy 

Davis "W J, proprietor Ellis Bakery and 
coffee saloon, res 22 Hawthorne 



327 Pine 

Day Synagogue, Congregation Beth Is- 
rael, Rev Dr A J Messinc pastor, 
Turk bet Taylor and Jones 

DAY THOMAS & CO, (Limit- 
ed), (F J Symmes and Vanderlynn 
Stow), gas fixtures, tile and plumb- 
ing goods, 222 Sutter 

DAY THOS H, builder and con- 
tractor, manufacturer of doors and 
window frames and general mill 
work, 134 Main 

DAY THOMAS J, engraver. 103 
Montgomery, res Berkeley 

Day "William, bootmaker, 1877 Mission 
res same 

Days John It, attorney at law, 526 Kear 
ny, res 1616 Turk 

Dayton Jeremiah B, ("W E Straut & Co) 
res 118 Thirteenth, Oakland 



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DEACON WM t proprietor Main Deasy Mrs B, lodging house, 52 Second, 

Street Iron Works, 131 Main, res 811 ! res same 

Twentieth IDEASY BROS. (Jeremiah Deasy 

Deadv Edward, saloon, 538 Hayes, res! and Cornelius Deasy) boots and 

537 Ivy ave' shoes, 118 Third 

Deakin F H, real estate, 120 Sutter I Deasy Mrs C, groceries, 317}$ Fifth, res 

DEAL & BONESTELL, (WEF same - ' 

Deal and C K Bonestell), attorneys Deasy Cornelius, (Deasy Bros), res GH 

at law. 73-74 Nevada Block Dale place 

Deal WEF, (Deal & Bonestell), attorney Deasy Jeremiah, (Deasy Bros), and solic- 

at law, res Palace Hotel itor Commercial Insurance Company £»j 

Dean C O dentist, 126 Kearny, res SW! of California, res 1205 Laguna £h 



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cor Twentv-first and Church 
DEAN E B & CO, (E B Dean, Da- 
vid Wilcox and C H Merchant), 
Marshfield Lumber Manufactory, 
Marshfleld Mills, Oregon office 22 
California, room 4 
Dean E B, (E B Dean & Co), res 1219 

Grove, Oakland 
Dean Geo A, straw goods, 141 Fourth, 
res cor Eureka and Twentieth 



DEASY MRS JEROME & fe 

CO, (S L Deasy and John T miller), q 

florists, 31 Geary ^ 



Deasy Mrs Jerome, (Mrs Jerome Deasy 
& Co), res Second ave and E 
Eighteenth, Oakland r^i 

DEBB FRANK, produce market, CI 
214 Second, res same ^* 

Debels & Co, (Martin Debels, Nicholas 
Schneider, John F Stellman), saloon,' .; 
DE IN J B, president and treasure?: . 8 Sacramento . g 

"tkuS.m^Z n«.™„ Co. res 1325'Debcls Martin, (Debels & Co), res 8 bac- £J 

ramento |^ 

Debenedetti Joseph, (Cerghino & Deb- ^j 
enedetti), res Half Moon Bay ! i_J 

Debicke Albert, (Wia Meyer & Co), res: O 



King-Morse Canning Co, res 132 
Jackson, Oakland 

Dean Miss M A, principal Redding Pri 
rnary School, cor Pine and Larkin 
res same 

DEAN PETER, president Mer 
chant's Exchange Bank of San Fran 
Cisco, (in liquidation), office 320 San- 
some, room 9, res Lick House 

Dean W E, capitalist, 79 Nevada Block 
res Baldwin Hotel 

Dean William, saloon, 204 Clara, res 
same 

DEAN W Y, manufacturer of bug- 
gies and light wagons. Jobbing and 
repairing a specialty. 55 Beale, res 
781 Mission 

Deane Coll, stock broker, room 18 
Stock Exchange, res Oakland 

Deane C T, physician and surgeon 
131 Post, res Palace Hotel 

Deane E B & Co, (Horace A Gandy 
Geo Searle and Evans B Deane) 
job printers, 402 Montgomery, room 
24 

Deane Evans B, (E B Deane & Co), res 
1218 McAllister 

DEARBORN JOHN S, house 
and sign painter, 108 Ellis, res 1208 
Eddy 

DeArcy Alfred, teacher of navigation, 
404-406 Beale 

Deardorf Frank, Japanese goods, 120 
Sutter 

BEARING O A, secretary Pacific 
Type Foundry Co, res 105 Larkin 

Deas Henry, mining secretary, 44 Ne- 
vada Block, res 2310 San* Antonio 
ave, Alameda 



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& Cot, res 115 Grant ave, 

DEBRUNER U, cloths and tailors' 
trimmings, 120 Sutter, res Alameda 

De Cardona S Adalberto, manager La 
Correspondencia, 410 Kearny, room 
32 

DE CASPER F, boarding and 
lodging, wines, liquors and cigars, 
330 Main, res same 

Decatur James G, student Tilden li Til- 
den, res 419 Geary 

Deckelman Frank, (Deckelman & Lip- 
man), res 1703 Jones 

Deckelman Hiram A, barber, 13$ Polk 
res 132 Lily ave 

Deckelman Lewis N, tailor, room 103 
Phelan Building, res 1215 McAllister 

Deckelman & Lipman, (Frank Deckel- 
man and S W Lipman), barbers, 413 
California 

DECKER Dr CHARLES W. 

proprietor Colton Dental Assoc'n, 

rooms 6-7-8-10 Phelan Building, 

res San Mateo 
Decker Henry C, real estate agent, 85C 

Market, room 15, res 413 O'Farrell 
Decker H M, (Peterson & Decker), res 

646 Fourth 
)ecker J H, groceries, 1031 Hyde, res 

same 
Decker R, groceries, \"W cor Grove and 

Devisadero, res BUM 



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Market, room 15, res 413 O'Farrell 
jDe Clairmont R, accountant, 320 San- 
some 
jDe Courcy Mrs F, milliner, 1907 Fill- 
more, res same 
DECOURTEEUX A, meat mar- 
ket 25-27-29 San Francisco Market, 
branch stalls, 17-19 Pacific Fruit 
Market, res 725 Broadway, tele- 
*^ phone 995 

^ DECOURTIEUX A, jr, book 
pq keeper and manager with A Decour 

y^ tieux, sr, res 725 Broadway 

^* DeDerky F F, physician, 2418 Califor 

. nia, res same 

CO DEE J P, (Nielsen & Co), res 56 
r-t Clementina 

Dee Thomas, saloon, 21 Natoma, n 
same 
m Deely James, groceries, wines and 

H liquors, 3100 California, res same 

jDeer & Deer, (Miss Helen Deer, Mrs 
Q I Lena Deer), saloon, 626 Sacramento 
•^ jDeering C J, real estate, 109 Battery, res 
1353 Eleventh ave, East Oakland 
|Deering Edward, sign painter, 635 Cali- 

Qfornia, res 543 Minna 
DEERING F P, attorney at law, 
225 Montgomery, res 929 Fillmore 
-^Deering James H Jr, attorney at law, 
DC j 523 Montgomery, res 929 Fillmore 
IjJ De Forest Mrs W F, millinery, 24 Kearny, 



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DE FORREST HARRY E, San 

Francisco Printing and Advertising 
Co, 526 Sacramento, res 1512 O'Far- 
rell 

DE FREMER Y JAMES & CO 

(James and W C B De Fremery),com- 
mission merchants, 410 Battery 

DE FREMERY JAMES, 

^ (James De Fremery & Co), and Con- 
sul Netherlands, agent Amsterdam 

Board of Underwriters, 410 Battery, 

res 1305 Adeline, Oakland 

De Fremery WCB (James De Fremery 
& Co), res Prospect ave, Oakland 

Degan & Green (Jas J Degan and Jno J 
Green), wood and coal, 922 Mont 
gomery 

Degan & Orford (Patrick Degan and Ro- 
bert Orford), contractors for stone 
work, NE cor Ellis and Broderick 

Degan L P, leather and belting, 128-130 
First, res 1375 Sixteenth, Oakland 

De Ghetaldi Emilio, saloon, 5143*5 Bat- 
tery, res 113 Capp 

DEGNAN THOMAS, wines and 
liquors, 18 Fifth, res 26 Rausch 

De Greyer Harry, street contractor, 302 
Montgomery 



Dehuc E, (Brady & Dehuc), res cor Ma- 
son and Broadway 

Diehl Fred, (Schmidt & Diehl), res 1323 
Dupont 

De Labrousse A, veterinary surgeon, 
office and res 439 Golden Gate ave 

DE LA MONTANYA J, im 
porter tin plate, copper and sheet 
iron, sto-ves, ranges, 214-222 Jackson 
606-608 Battery, res 1510 Taylor 

De Landresse H Clerc, secretary, Yo 
semite Queen Gold, Silver and Lead 
Mining Co, office 206 Phelan Build- 
ing, res 10 Jansen 

DE LANO & DE GUERRE, 

( W W De Lano and F H De Guerre), 
tinners, plumbers and sheet iron 
workers, 9 Spear 

Delaney John, saloon, 1338 Market, res 
218 Collinwood 

De Lano Mrs H M, confectioner, 15 
Sixth and 135 Kearny, res 26& 
Kearny 

Delano L T, butcher, 1145 Folsom, 
res same 

De Lanoy Fred N, commission mer- 
chant, 214 California, res Healds- 
burg 

DEEANT Y E J, dealer in wines, 
liquors and cigars, 24 Howard, res 
120 Howard 

DeLaveagaJ Vincente, capitalist, office 
258 Market 

De Laveaga M A, capitalist, 258 Market 

De Lay Brothers, (Charles E De Lay, 
Edwin J De Lay), wood and coal, 
hay and grain, SE cor Sixteenth 
and Guerrero and Third st wharf 

De Lay Charles E, (De Lay Bros), res 
625 Valencia 

De Lay Edwin J, (De Lay Bros), res 625 
Valencia 

Deleau Bros, (Jules and Joseph) lodg- 
ing and saloon, 531 Jackson 

Deleau F, saloon, 1211 Powell 

Deleau Joseph, (Deleau Bros), res 531 
Jackson 

Deleau Jules, (Deleau Bros), res 531 
Jackson 

Dellepiane & Co, (I Dellepiane and P 
Alferitz), commission merchants, 
425-427 Battery 

Dellwig Charles, bakery, 2952 Mission, 
res same 

Dellwig Theodore, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 1912 Polk, res same 

Del Mar Eugene, attorney-at-law, rooms 
16-44 Phelan Building, res 622 
Turk 

DEEMAS D M, attorney-at-law, 

310 Pine, rooms 23-24-25, res 1327 
Clay 



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DEL MONTE EXCHANGE, : Demers Eu<ebe, (Deniers & Eisner), res 
i 6aloon, Thomas Knudson, prop'r.j 1129% Mission 

318Brannan De Mill E G, shirt manufactur. 

|Delmonte Giacomo, furniture, 532-610} Market, room 1, res same 

Vallejo, res same JDemingEO, treasurer, Deming-Palmer 

!Del Monte Milling Co, Thos J Parsons, | Milling Co, res 716 Ellis 

president and manager, S side ofjDeming H A, agent Butterick's Pat- 

Brannan, near Second terns, 124 Post, res 621 Bush 

DEL NORTE COMMER- Deming Jay, tR D Hume & Co,) res 439 



CIAL CO,, lumber, R D Hume 
president, Jay Denning, secretary, 
405 Front 

Deloche Frank, liquors, Geary st, near 

i# Terminus 

DE LONG FRANK, manufac- 
turer cider and vinegar, Novato 
Ranch, 206 Battery, res Novato 

Delorieux John, (Toulouse & Delo- 
rieux), res Berkeley 

De Lorme G V, secretary Stockton Mill- 
ing Co, 319 California, res 534 Bush 

DELL' OSSO CHAS, fruits and 



Golden Gate ave 
Deming J G, president Deming-Palmer 

Milling Co, res 225 Page 
Deming-Palmer Milling Co, J G Dem 

ing, president, D H Vail, secretary, 

flour mills, 202-204 Davis 
Demozonio Louis, (C Foppiano A: Cot, 

res 1402 Dupont 
Dempsey Mrs F, groceries, 942% Har- 
rison 
Dempsey J, marble works, 1069 Market 
Dempster Clacey J, (Dempster & Kevs), 

36 Glen Park ave 



vegetables, 1308-1310 Dupont, 

same 
DELPHIE MME, magnetic 

healer, rheumatics a specialty, 

rooms 4-5, 303 Jessie cor Fourth 
De Luca A, meat market, 13S8 Dupont, 

res 1810 Dupont 
Delucchi Antonio, (F Luchetti & Co), 

res 519 Davis 
Delury Daniel, grocer, 129 Second, res 

same 
Demaria Luig. feed stable, 619 Front 
DEMARTINI & CO, (Giovanni 

Demartini and Angelo Giovannini), 

wood and coal, 513 Bush 
Demartini Giovanni, (Demartini & Co), 

res 1421 % Dupont 
Demartini Giovanni, (E C Palmieri & 

Co), res 516 Filbert 



es DEMPSTER DR JAS, dentist, 
304 Valencia, res same 

Dempster & Keys, (Clacey J Dempster 
and Gilbert S Keys), shipping and 
commission merchants, 202 Market 

Dempsey C F, druggist, physician and 
surgeon, S V cor Sutter and Hyde, 

DENAVEAUX & MAISON, 
(M Denaveaux and H A Maison), im- 
porters and dealers in wines and 
liquors, NW cor Jackson and San- 
some 

Denaveaux Martin, (Denaveaux i Mai- 
son), res 1614 Steiner 

Denechaud Mme D, dressmaker, 2031 
Mission 

Denehy James (A Anstett & Co), res 725 
Grten 
Demartini Giovanni, bootmaker, 229%|Deneri John, (P Belando & Co), res 1210 



Montgomery ave, res 14 Union place | Powell 



DEMARTINI JOHN & CO, DENHARD JOHN, meat mar 
(Jobn Demartini, John Cordano and 
G B Cordano), fruits, wholesale and 
retail, 30-1*305 Fourth 

DEMARTINI JOHN, (John De 
martini & Co), res 303 Fourth 

Demartini L & Co, wholesale confec- 
tioners, 548 Mission, res 516 Filbert 

Demartini Mrs P, varieties, 1343 Du- 
pont, res same 

DE MARTINI PH, wines and 

liquors, "The Sunny Side", 304 

California, res 428% Chestnut 
Demerest F W, (Arnold & Demerest), 

res 922 Howard 



ket, bacon, hams, and lard and pork 
packers, 214 Ninth, res same 

Denicke Ernst A, manager Fredericks- 
burg Brewing Co, 539 California, res 
819 Turk 

Denigan Thomas, (Christy & Wise), res 
1715 Octavia 

Denison Miss Annie, groceries, 22 
Langton 

Denman Grammar School, James Den- 
mnn, principal, cor Bush and Taylor 

DENNERY L L, Bawetarj 

Associations, 423 California, res 
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DEMERS & EISNER, (Eusebe makers, 4« 8 OTarrell, 

Demers and Philip Eisner), tinners, Denning J F & Co, (J. F. Denning and| 
plumbers and gas fitters, 302% J P Mighell), writing machin.-s 



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Denning J F, (J G Denning & Co), res 

406% O'Farrell 
Denning Miss Sadie, (Fannie and Sadie 

Denning), res 408 O'Farrell 
Dennis A L, (Dennis Bros), res 2507 

Bush 
Dennis Bros, (G W Dennis, jr, and A L 

Dennis,) livery stable, 2611 Bush 
Denni3 Coleman, liquor store, 27 Val 

lejo, aud SE cor Front and Vallejo 
Dennis Frank H, physician, office 715 

Clay, res Palace Hotel 
Dennis G W, Jr, (Dennis Bros), res 

2507 Bush 
DENNIS S W, dentist, office and 

res 530 Sutter, NE cor Mason 
DENNISTON E G, San Francisco 

Plating Works, 653-655 Mission, res 

1224 Twenty-First 
DENNY EDWARD & CO, 

(Horace Denny), stationers, archi-! 

tects and surveyors' supplies, 418i 



Derby Miss Ida, dress maker, room 304 

Phelan Building, res same 
Derby O E, (EM Derby & Co), res Fruit 

Vale 
De Remee A, sewing school and em- 
broidery, 206 Ninth, res same 
De Remee A M, agent, 203 Sacramento 
Derham John, saloon, 638 Broadway, 

res same 
De Rome Louis, ("White & De Rome), 

res San Pablo ave station, Oakland 
De Rose Albert, (De Rose & Doelker), 

res 207 Fourth 
De Rose & Doelker, (Albert De Rose and 

John Doelker), sewing machine's, 

207 Fourth 
DE ROSE JULES, cigar factory, 

The only genuine K of L Cigar, 506 

Brvant, res same 
DE SABLA EUGENE, Jr 



(Eugene De Sabla & 
fornia 



Co), 40 Cali- 



Montgomery, res Oakland 
Dennv G J, artist, 408 California 
DENSMORE JOHN, carpenter 

and builder, 208 Stevenson, res 16 

Stockton 
Dentler E F, dentist, 2103 Fillmore, res 

same 



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DE SABLA EUGENE & CO, 

(Eugene De Sabla and Eugene De 
Sabla, jr), general commission mer- 
chants, agents Boker's Bitters, 40 
California 

jDesanio Mrs Mary, varieties, 760 Bryant 

De Saville George, dress and mantle 
maker, cor Stockton and Post, res 
same 

Desbarats J, boarding and saloon, 824 
Montgomery, res same 

Desbeck John, attorney-at-law, rooms 
30-31-32, 628 Montgomery, res 807 
Franklin 

Descalso Brothers, (L Descalso), boots 
and shoes, 42 Sixth 

Descalso L, (Descalso Brothers), res 
1920 Howard 

Descalso P C, (Nolan .'c Descalso), res 
1922% Howard 

De Shields B, laundry, 81 Fourth, res 
cor Railroad ave and Victoria 

Desimone Brothers, (Salvadore T Desi- 
mone and Dominick L Desimone), 
fruit and produce, 702 Valencia 

Desimone Dominick L, (Desimone Bros), 
res 702 Valencia 

Desimone Felix, fruit and vegetables, 
2505 Mission, res same 

Desimone Salvadore T, (Desimone Bros), 
res 702 Valencia 

Desmond Daniel, groceries, 455 Cle- 
mentina, res same 

Desmond Mrs Ellen, groceries, 318 Va- 
llejo, res same 
1138-1146 Desmond J J, insurance broker, office 
322 California 
DERBY E M & CO, (George H;De Sparr Eugene, barber, 107 Sixth, res 
Pavne, O E Derby, and A B Derby), I 23 Moss . M9mM l 

dealers in lumber and building ma-DESPREZ P F, liquors retail 3029 
terial, 22 California Sixteenth 



Denver Rio Grande and Western Rail 
way, W M. Rank, general agent 
office, 14 Montgomery 

DENZLER G AUGUSTUS, 

law and collection office, 330 Pine, 
res 420 San some 
[Deooley Mrs L, grocer, 535 Howard, res 

same 
De Pass J M, real estate, 331 Mont- 
gomery, res 1033 Market 

DEPIERRE EMILE, architect, 
334 Kearny, res 1160 Market 
£4 Deppe Henry, ("Wieman & Deppe), res 
©j | 10 "Washington ave 

iDe Pue Edgar J, general forwarding 
agent, S P Co, 419 California, room 
2, res Pacific Club 
;De Puy A A, physician, 393 Sixth 
Derbeck Blue Gravel Mining Company, 
Theo "Wetzel, secretary, 522 Mont- 
gomery 
Derbv A B, (E M Derbv & Co), res Fruit 

Vale 
Derby Chancelor, (Derby & Strouse), res 
»h| Reno, Nevada 

<J Derby & Strouse, (C Derby and Mark 
5> Strouse) wholesale and retail butch- 

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De Tavel A, veterinary surgeon, 81l!Devere Mrs J, restaurant, 118 Ellis, re«t C3 
Howard, res same I same j/j 

Detels & Bischoff, (John A Bischoff and; De Veuve James H, special insurance • 
Martin Detels), dealer in fine grope- agent, 423 California, res 1216 La- ^ 



ries liquors, wines and cigars, also 
ship stores, SE cor Harrison and 
Main _ 

Detels Martin, (Detels & Bischoff), res 
cor Seward and Peralta, Oakland 

Detels William, saloon, 418 Clay, res 
1000 Montgomery 

DETJEN A H, saloon NE cor Mis- 
sion and New Montgomery, res 770 
Harrison 

De Tocqueville Rene, capitalist, 217 
Sansome, res Paris 

Detrick E, (Ames & Detrick), res Pacific 
ave, Alameda 

Detroit Safe Company, S B Paige & Co, 
agents, 116 Front 

DE TROOST GEORGE, ad 
vertising broker, 608 Market, room 
1, res Oakland 

Dettmann Ludwig, (Sanders & Co), res 

109 "Webster 

Dettmar Mrs Mary, lodging-house, 629 
Clay, res same 

Dettmering J T, groceries, wines and 
liquors, 1319 Sacramento, res same 

Deubler George, barber, 722 Montgom- 
ery ave, res 1904 Mason 

Deucher Gottfried, (Deucher & Kalben), 
res 108 Jackson 

DEUCHER & KALBEN, (G 
Deucher and E C Kalben), bottlers 
and agents John Wieland's lager 
beer, 108-110 Jackson 

DEUPREY EUGENE N, att'y 
at law, 504 Kearny, res 2629 Bush 

Deutch Isaac, (L Greenbaum & Co), res 

110 Eddy 



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DevineMrs Henrietta, groceries, Bryant, 1 

bet Tenth and Eleventh, res same r^ 
Deviue James, druggist, 2£8 Kearny >•* 

Devine John, druggist, SE cor Clay and ^ 

Kearny, res 659 Clay — 

Devlin Chas J I, architect. 330 Pine, ["" 

rooms 22-23, res 1812 Dupont ^ 

Devote Michael, (Brichetto fc Devott- ^» 

res 109 Third __ 

Devoto Antonio, fruits, cor Powell and JJ 

Green, res same 
Devoto & Bricbetto, fruit store, 127 LJ 

Third I U 

Devoto Mrs Minnie, bakery, 134 Ninth, i 

res same 
Deweese C Jr, (Moore, Hunt & Co), res 

2219 Devisadero 
Dewar & "Webb, grain, ship and insur- 
ance brokers, 302 California | M 
DEWEY A T, (Dewey & Co), res CO 

1304 Franklin, Oakland | 

DEWEY & CO, (W B Ewer, A T Ht 

DewevandGeo W Strong), patent PJ 

agents, ndw No 220 (252) Market I fctf 
DEWEY & CO, (A T Dewey and 

W B Ewer), publishers Pacific Rural QQ 

Press, Mining and Scientific Press, — 

and Millman and Mechanic, new Ml 

No 220 (252) Market (/) 

Dewey Willis A, physician and surgeon, v 

office 36 Geary, res 908 Sutter l 

DEWEY WM P, stock broker,' 

member S F S and E Board, 310 

Pine, res Union Club 
Dewing J, president The J Dewing Co, 

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harness manufacturers, 1408 Polk 
Deutsch Jacob, bootmaker, 1515 Geary, 

res 1513 Geary 
Deutsch Joseph, hay, grain and feed, 

Thirtieth and Mission 
Deutsch Julius, (J Deutsch & Son), res 

1408 Polk 
Deutsch Robert W, ladies' tailor, cor 

Ellis and Polk, res same 
Deutsch Solomon, (J Deutsch & Son), 

res 1408 Polk 
Devany Jno A, groceries and liquors, 16 Harris), grocers, 

Heron, res same 216 Sixth |T| 

De Vaull John, (EG Rodolph & Co), res De Witt M, (De Witt & Harris >, res M _. 

1828 Post Folsom \J 

Devening Henrv C, phvsician and sur- Dewitt M fli Co, (M Dewitt ami A W De- — 

geon, 439 Third, res' same Witt), grocers, 221-233 rhird L- 

Dever James, saloon, 238 Third, res.DeWitt & Met Husland, i.T C l'.-\\ ltt • " ll ^ 

same NK MoCauslaBd), carpenter* and ^ 

Deve'rcy A F, capitalist, 609 Stockton \ builders, 320 Jackson 



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Oge secretary and treasurer, pub- JJ? 

lishers, importers and booksellers, \JJ 

420-422 Bush — 

Dewitt A W, (M Dewitt & Co), res 733 2 

Folsom /»"N 

De Witt J C, (De Witt k McCausland i, \iJ 

res 2 Helen 
jDeWitt & Harris, (M DeWitt and Wm F T£ 
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Dewitt Mortimer, (M DeWitt & Co), res Dickruan Chas, (Dickman, Jones, 
658 Folsom Hettiich), res 718 Howard 

DE WITT T BYRON, P^-iniCKMAN TOTVF^ Jtr 

HETTRICH, (Chas Dickman 
Geo Jones and Michael Hettrlch) 



cian, cor Butte and Kentucky, res 

1132 Kentucky 
Dewolf Wm M, (Greenwood k Dewolf j 

res 2217 Jackson 
Dexter Henry S, (Heatheote, Dexter & 

Co), res Palace Hotel 
Dexter N F, (Rodman & Co), 412 Cali- 

fornra 
S> Dexter Mrs S, boarding house, 534 Bush 

' DE YOUNG M H, r*o P rietor s f 

Chronicle, SE cor Kearny and Bush, 

res 1919 California 
De Zaldo Ralph, (De Zaldo, Sturteyant 

& Co), res 1118 Filbf-rt 
DE ZALDO, STURTEVANT 

& CO, (Ralph De Zaldo and Chas 

W Sturtevant), Spanish-American 

Mercantile Agency, 803 Montgomery 
Dezirello Domenico, fruit, 1817 Union, 
f^ res same 

O DIAMOND STATE DAIRY, 
James H Hall proprietor, ranch San nrrvnT Tk 
H_ » Mateo Co, depot 760 Twenty-second ■" X -&J2.\L*4J1 
DIAMOND STAR MAR. 
KET. Henry Mangles proprietor, 
1536 Dolores 
Dibbern J H, (Manheim, Staples & Co 
and Manheim, Dibbern & Co), res 
29 Grant aye 



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DICKSON, DE WOLF & CO 

(E D Heatley, Edwin Wotton and 

Ernest L Heatley), importing, ship 

ping and commission merchants, 

412-414 Batterv 
Dickson D M, Third Street Meat Market, 

235 Third, res 2937 Howard 
Dickson Frank W, (Mailliard, Woolley 

& Dickson), res 316 Page 
Dickson E, (Harrison & Dickson), res 

Los Angeles 

DICKSON ROBT, manager Lon- 
don Assurance Corporation, North- 
ern Assurance Company, Queen 
Insurance Company, and Conn Fire 
Insurance Company, 441 California, 
res NW cor Haight and Baker 

AFE AND 

LOCK CO, W B Scarborough * 
Co agents, 120 Front 
Dieckmann & Bahlmann, (H H Dieck- 
mann and H F Bahlmann), groceries 
and liquors, Railroad aye and Tene 
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<Dibeke Albert, ("Wm Meyer & Co) 
,Dicaud Joseph, proprietor Federal, 
^ Hotel, 1205 Stockton 

> Dick D J, (Dick & Pagander), res 3 Cen- 
tral place 
Dick k Pagander, (D J Dick and G W 
Pagander), clams and oyster dealers, 
83 California Market 
. Dickerson Henry, meat market, cor Oak 
LU and Market, res 112 Page 

ft- DICKIE BROS, (John W Dickie 
TZ and James Dickie), nayal architects, 
V^ ship and steamboat builders, mod- 

Zels, plans and specifications for all 
kinds of marine work, 252 Spear 
Q Dickie James, (Dickie Bros), res Penn- 
^^ sylvania aye 

Q^.Dickie John W, (Dickie Bros), res Penn- 
sylvania ave 
Dickinson Mrs Elizabeth, groceries, 
C j[ 1017 Leavenworth, res same 
_ jDickinson John H, attorney at law, 402 
1 1 Montgomery, rooms 16-17, res 2021 

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£} Dickinson P T, office 89 Merchants' Ex- 
j£ j change, res 1523 "Willow, Alameda 
^JDickinson R E, coffee saloon, 232}$ 
A j Montgomery, res 16 Hill 



sion merchants, 124 California, res 

Butler and San Pablo aves, North 

Oakland 
Diederich Henry, bakery, 2206 Bush, res 

same 
Diedrichs Herman, grocer, 321 Bryant, 

res same 
Diefenbacher George, barber, 91132 Lar- 

kin, res 3 Cedar ave 

DIEFFENBACHER 6c 

WIHL, (Wm Dieffenbacher and 

Gustave Wihl), vulcanized fiber 

washers, 318 Front 
Dieffenbacher "Wm, (Dieffenbacher 

Wihl), res 26 McAllister 
Diehl M H, shipping clerk Merchant's 

Warehouse, King bet Second and 

Third 
Diehm George, saloon, 222 Washington 

res 812 Ji Jessie 
Dieko H, groceries, NW cor Brannan 

and Clinton, res 716 Brannan 
Diel Carl, upholsterer, 2437 Mission, res 

same 

DIEMER JOHN, saloon, 657 
Washington, res 914 Jackson 

DienstCarlF, saloon, SW cor Sixteenth 
and Mission, res 850 Valencia 



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DIEPENBROCK BROS & 

DOEING, (M and F J Diepen- 
brock and C A Doeing), books and 
stationary, publishers Der Cailfor- 
nieche Volksfreund, 1049 Market 

DIEPENBROCK FRANZ 

JOSEPH, ( Diepenbrock Bros and 
Doeing,) res NE cor Twenty-sixth 
and Fair Oaks 
DIEPENBROCK MELCHI 

OR,(DiepenbrockBros <K Doeing), 
res NE cor Twenty-sixth and Fair 
Oaks 

Diercks H. carpenter, 500 Bush, res 
1455 Fifth, Oakland 

DIERKS THEODORE, under- 
taker, 957 Mission, res same 

Diers Henry, saloon, NE cor Sacramen- 
to and Davis, res 729 Turk 

Dieter Phillip, groceries and liquors, 
1606 Mission, res same 

DIETLE CHARLES, hoot and 
shoe manufacturer, 235 Bush, res 
234 Page, 

Dietrich Charles, grocer, SE cor Golden 
Gate ave and Fillmore 

Dietrich W A. bakerv, 927 Broadway 

DIETZ A C & CO, (A <J Dietz and 
C G Clinch), manufacturers and im- 
porters paints, oils, varnishes, cyl- 
inder, lubricating and illuminating 
oils, 9 Front 

Dietz F E. mining secretary, 327 Pine 
res 2115 Scott 

DIEZ C C, cigar manufacturer 
and importer Havana leaf, orders 
taken ou commission for principal 
brands Havana cigars, 409 Washing- 
ton 

Digges Alice, (Eva E and Alice Digges), 
res 1007 Union 

Digges Miss Eva E, (Eva E and Alice 
Digges), res 1007 Union 

DIGGES EVA E AND 

ALICE, type-writer copyists, 
8Ufi Montgomery 

Diggins A C & Bros, (Augustus C Dig- 
gins, Byron Diggins and Julius C 
Diggins), street contractors, 528 
California, room 5 

Dignan J P, tailor, 1055 Market, res same 

Dijeau Alex, (Weitz & Co) res 34 Third 

Dikeman D S, general business agent, 
200 McAllister 

Dillon Mrs E, grocer, 172 Minna, res 
same 

Dillmann George, (Becker & Dillmann), 
res Nebraska street 

DILLON & CO, (Edward Dillon 
and Edward Dillon, Jr), chrono- 
meter and watchmakers, charts, op 



Dillon Edward, (Dillon & Co), res 1818 

Hyde 
Dillon Edward, Jr, (Dillon & Co), res 

Berkeley 
Dillon John, saloon, Twenty-fifth and 

San Bruno Road, res same 
Dillon Peter F, proprietor Dillon Hotel. 

512 Mission 
Dillon Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

237 Minna, res same 
Dillon "William, upholstery, 934 Folsoni, 

res same 
Dimmer Nicholas, grocer, SE corner 

Broadway and Powell 
Dimmig J A, Mission pharmacy, 1638 

Mission, res same 
Dimontini P, (P Bocca & Cot, res 1228 

Dupont 
DIN AN MRS L, groceries, i 

Vallejo, res same 
Dinan D C, (Dinan & Nolan), res 5 Jane 

place 
Dinan & Nolan, (D C Dinan and P T No 

Ian), proprietors West End stables, 

2414 California 
DINGLEY C L & CO, (C L 

Dingley Sr and C L Dingley Jr) 

lumber, shipping and commission 

13 Steuart 
Dingley T F, teas coffee and spices 

325^ Fifth, res 325 Fifth 
Dini Attilio, (Dini & Co), 240^ Fifth 
Dini & Co, (Pietro L Dini and Attilio 

Dini), fruits and vegetables, 240% 

Fifth 
Dini Pietro, (Dini & Co), 240% Fifth 

DINKELSPIEL E, (L Dinkei 
spiel & Co), res 2293 Sacramento 

Dinkelspiel J S, (S B Dinkelspiel & Co) 
res 1012 Van Ness ave 

DINKELSPIEL L, <L Dinkei 
spiel & Co), res cor Octavia and 
O'Farrell 

DINKELSPIEL F & CO, (L 

Dinkelspiel, John A Cook and Emil 
Dinkelspiel), importers foieignand 
domestic dry goods, 37-39 Battery 

Dinkelspiel S B & Co, (Joseph Haber. D 
E Josephi and J S Dinkelspiel) 
manufacturing jewelers, 116 Butter 

Dinkins H C, Pacific Coast passenger 
agent St Louis and San Francisco 
R R, 4 New Montgomery, res 510 
Geary 

Dinklage H & Co, Japanese goods, 17-19 
Battery 

Dinniene J H, glass cutting, 108 Main, 
res 1705 Jessie 

Di Nola Leon, pharmacist, 1600 How- 
ard, res same 



ticaland nautical instruments, 310JDinsmore R, (R Dinsmore & Co), res 
California 219 Leavenworth 



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Dinsmore R & Co, (R Dinsmore and DIXON SAM W, manager M 
Marsh French), stock brokers, 228)4 Meussdorffer, 404 Kearny, res 12 
Montgomery Pacific 

Dirking Fritz, watches and jewelry, 806 Dixon Walter 



Market, res 9 Fair ave 
DISBECKER SAMUEL, 

secretary, (Schmidt Label and 

Lithographic Co), res 817 Franklin 
Dispatch Line of Clipper Ships, John 

Rosenfeld, agent, 202 Sansome 
Dispensary (City) V P Buckley and Dr 

Bass, 629 Kearny 
Dissat Antonine, hair dresser and wig- 
maker, 511 Kearny, res 509 Kearny 
Dittes Charles, (Dittes & Haberly), res 

1505, Fillmore 
DITTES & HABERLY, (Chas 

Dittes and William Haberly), but- 
chers 1604 Geary 
Dittes Michael, barber, 1505 Fillmore, 

res same 
Dittli Henry, saloon, NE cor Greenwich 

and Pierce, res same 
Dittmann Emile, books, stationery, 1514 

Polk and 1324 Market, res 1127 Ellis 
Dittmar C, (Dittmar & Hird), res 2409 

Howard 
Dittmar C E, cigars and tobacco, 1709 

Devisadero, res 1312 Devisadero 
Dittmar & Hird. (C Dittmar and C J 

Hird), bakers, 2409 Howard 
Dittmer Frederick, tailor, 444 Sixth, res 

same 
Dittmer J F, saloon, cor Minna and !New 

Montgomery, res 66 Tehama 
Di Vecchio E, butcher, cor Hayes and 

Oetavia and 640 Post, res 3 Webster 
Di Vecchio F, butcher, 301 Hayes, res 

307 Hayes 
DIVIDEND (THE), saloon, J B 

Marvin, proprietor, 5 Leidesdoiff 
Divisich Stephen, restaurant, 317 East, 

res 1217 3^ Kearny 
DIXON ANTONIO, saloon, 508 

Broadwav, res 4^8 Broadway 
DIXON, BORGESON & CO, 

(J B Dixon and Charles Borgeson), 

manufacturers of show cases and 

store fixtures, 37 Market 
Dixon Clement, saloon, 8 Summer 
DIXON CRUCIBLE CO, 

James G Allen agent, pencils, stove 

polish, axle grease, graphite and 

oils, 106 Davis 



clerk with M Meuss- 
doffer, res 1223 Pacific 

Doane J G, hay and grain, 1117 Golden 
Gate ave, res same 

Doane I Y, (John Lee & Co), res 312 
Turk 

Doane & Henshelwood, (W G Doane and 
T R Hensbeiwood), dry goods, 132 
Kearny 

Doane W G, (Doane & Henshelwood), 
res 418 Hyde 

DOBBAS B B, proprietor Cali- 
fornia Boulevard, NW cor Califor- 
nia and Central ave, res same 

DOBBIE J B, (Elder & Dobbie), 
res 529 Post 

L'obinson J H, secretary, office 305 San- 
some, res Palace Hotel 

Doble Abner, iron and steel importer 
and manufacturer of tools, 13-15 
Fremont, res 1315 Gough 

Dobler Mrs E, groceries, 1530 Powell 
res same 

Dobrindt J, varieties, 1804 Polk, res 



Dobzensky Miss Sarah, varieties, 71 
Larkin, res same 

Docking Mrs Ellen, dairy produce, 909 
Folsom, res same 

Docking Joel, brick mason, 407 Mont- 
gomery ave and 634 Vallejo 

Dodel X, p'hvsician, 1315 Howard 

DODGE BROS, (Z U Dodge), sta 
tioners, printers and engravers, 225 
Post 

Dodge Daniel, wholesale and retail 
butcher, 159 Steuart, res 410 Har- 
rison 

Dodge E J, (Pollard & Dodge), res 2058 
Alameda ave, Alameda 

Dodge Miss Emily, music teacher, 123 
Julian ave, res same 

Dodge Henry L, (Dodge, Sweeny & Co) 
president Hawaiian Commercial 
and Sugar Co, and presid't Wooden 
ware and Cooperage Co, res 1298 
Van Ness ave 

Dodge Henry W, physician, 217 Geary 
res cor California and Devisadero 

Dodge H W, plumber, 1030 Sutter, res 
439 O'Farrell 



Dixon George W, (Curtis, Dixon & Co),|Dodge H W, physician, 217 Geary, res 

res Devisadero near Haight 2742 California 

Dixon J B (Dixon, Borgeson & Co), res Dodge N, superintendent Center mar 

983 Willow Oakland ket, res 1019 Twenty-first 

DIXON JOHN, proprietor Pacific DODGE, SWEENEY & CO, 
"^^ ■ •'""A*™.*. — •- »-« ( h L Dodge, L H Sweeney, J E Rug- 

gles and F W Van Sicklen), whole 
sale provisions, 114-116 Market, 11 
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Patent Agency, 102 St Ann's Build 
res 2443 Howard 
Dixon Samuel, (Susmann k Dixon), res 
946 Mission 



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pine, redwood, white cedar 
sugar pine.SW cor Howard and 
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Doe Bartlett, (B & J S Doe), 46 Market 



fornia 
Dolbeer John, (Dolbeer & Carson t, res 

828 Lombard 
Dolder L F, groceries and liquors,' 642 
DOE B&JS, (Bartlett Doe, John I Jackson, res 925 Washington 

S Doe and Chas F Doe), manufrs Dolliver & Bro, (Samuel R Dolliver and 



doors, windows and blinds, 44-46 

Market 
Doe Chas F, (Charles F Doe & Co), res 

419 Geary 
Doe Frank P, (Chas F Doe & Co), res 601 

Buchanan 
Doe J S, (B & J S Doe), res Grand Hotel 
DOEING C A, (Diepenbrock Bro 8 

& Doeing),res cor Twenty-sixth and 

Fair Oak 
Dcelger John, bakery and confectionary 

832 Pacific 
Dcelker John, (De Rose & Dcelker), res 

207 Fourth 
Doerrer W G, house and sign painter, 

1626 Market, res SE cor Noe and 

Twenty-First 
Doesel G D, physician, 219 Powell 
Doggert S W, real estate, 609 Sacramento, 

res Twenty-sixth near Valencia 
Doherty George, (McMcolgen & Doher 

ty, res 224 Third 
Doherty Geo, groceries and liquors, 123 

Silver, res same 
Doherty Mrs J A, proprietor Working 

men's Laundry, 517 Howard, res 

same 
Doherty John P, plumber, 345 Kearny 
Doherty P, fruits, 415 y> Sixth, res same 
Dohlruann, John, saloon, 26 Eddy 
Dohle John, saloon, 231 Third, res 311 

Clementina 
>ohrmann & Co, (A Dohrmann and H 

Wangenheiin), flour mills, cor 

Washington and Drumm 
Dohrmann Frederick W, (B Nathan & 

Co), res Alameda 
Dohrmann John, (Fortmann & Dohr" 

mann), res 26 Eddy 
Dolan & Hook. (Joseph Dolan and James 

Hook), fruit, vegetables and poul 

try, 2764 Mission 
Dolan John M, attorney at law, rooms 



8 to 10, 628 Montgomery, res 
Perry 
Dolan Joseph, (Dolan & Hook), res 2764 
Mission 

DOLAN WILLIAM, horse 

shoeing, 7 Louisa, res 15 J$ Clinton 

Doland Wm B, liquor, 145 Third, res 



A. R Church), leather and findings 
573-575 Market 
Dolliver Samuel R, (Dolliver & Bro», 
res 1031 Golden Gate ave 

DOLLY MICHAEL, wood and 
coal, 5 Oak Grove ave, res 153$ Oak 
Grove ave 

DOLPH A M CO THE), laun- 
dry machinery and supplies, C W 
Gordon, agent, 320 Sansome and 419 
Sacramento 

Domenichini C, fruits and vegetables, 
1817 % Powell, res same 

Domenici Basilio, merchant tailor, 1335 
Dupont, res same 

Domenici Giovanni, bootmaker, 1333 
Dupont, res same 

Domenico & Gallion, (Cerruti Domenico 
and Thomas Gallion), fruits and 
vegetables, 707 Broadway 

DOMESTIC SEWING MA- 
CHINE, J W Evans, general 

agent, 29 Post 
Domingo Silva, restaurant, 3 Harrison 

res same 
Domrove Wm, boot and shoemaker, 10 

Post, res same 
Domuque Mme J, ladies' tarnishing 

goods, 1427 Dupont, res same 
Donahoe Moses, groceries liquors, 

cor Twenty-second and Fair Oaks 

res same 
Donahue Chas, (Kelleher & Donahue) 

res 153 Minna 
Donahue Cornelius J, groceries SE cor 

Eighth and Bryant, res NW cor 

Eightth and Bryant 

DONAHUE JAMES M, rresi 
dent S F and SPRK Co and Sono 
ma Valley R R Co, res San Rafael 

Donahue John, (Crimmin & Donahue) 
res 12 Mary 

Donahue Patrick, watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 104 Jackson, res same 



109|Donahue Patrick, saloon, SE cor 

and O'Farrell, res 6 O'Farrell alley 
Donald J J, (M J and J J Donald I, res 

1051 Devisadero 
Donald M J, (M J & J J Donald 

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Donaldson|& Co, (James Donaldson), in- 
p5 surance and commission, 319 Cali- 

^-A fornia 

"" Douavan Patrick, boots and shoes, 202 
Fifth 
DONA VON D J, law and collec- 
tion office, with R M Swain, attorney 
at law, 636 Clay, room 8, and 641 
Merchant, res 8 Godeus 
DONEGAN J J, (CALNAN 

& DONEGAN), res 48 Ritch 
DONELLAN & CO, (W T Donel- 
lan and A W Harrold) Canyoutell 
Blood Purifier, a sure cure for kid- 
nev disease and dyspepsia 1441 Mar- 
ket 
Donellan W T, (Donellan & Co), res 315 
Ivy 
^ Donleavy Miss Kate, groceries, 1426 
** Kearny, res same 

Donlevy Andrew, grainer, 122 Golden 

Gate ave, res 1050 Howard 
DONNELL A C, (A C Donnell & 
CO), also city agent California Ins 
Co of Cal and Union Ins Co of New 
Zealand, office 318 California, res 
1227 Myrtle, Oakland 
DONNELL A C & CO, (A C 
Donnell), general agents for "West 
Chester Fire Insurance Company, of- 
fice 318 California 
Donnellan J, livery stable, 719 O'Farrell 
Li res same 

■^ Donnelly B, cigars and tobacco, 23 Du 
^^ pont, res 806 Mission 

^ Donnelly, Dunne & Co,(E T Donnelly and 
^ J F Dunne), wholesale butchers, 601 
California, room 4 
Donnelly Edward, (Donnelly & Rob 

inson), res 13 Oak Grove ave 
Donnelly E T, (Donnolly, Dunne & Co), 

res 318 Oak 
Donnelly J W, (J W Donnelly & Co), res 
I 215^ O'Farrell 

•, Donnelly JW& Co, (J W Donnelly), real 
estate, 34 Kearny 
Donelly Patrick, (Steinman & Donnelly), 

res 28 Sixth 
DONNELLY & ROBINSON, 

(Edward Donuelly and Thos Robin- 
son), plumbers and gas fitters, 608 
Larkin 
Donnelly Thomas, (Skerrett & Donnelly) 

res 22S Sixth 
Donohue Martin, (Rudy & Donohue), res 
1 56 Steuart 
, _ Donohoe C, saloon, 314 Minna, res same 
Q5j Donohoe Dan, general manager La- 

Zfayette Brewery, res 724 Green 
'Donohoe Joseph A, (Donohoe Kelly & Co) 
^J ' res 5 ^6 Harrison 

Oi Donohoe Jos A Jr. (Donohoe, Kelly & 
Co), res 526 Harrison 



Donohoe, Kelly & Co, bankers, SE cor 

Sacramento and Montgomery 
Donohoe Dan, (A Anstett & Co), res 724 

Green 
DONOHUE JAMES, groceries 
and liquors, California wines a spec- 
ialty, 116 Seventh, res 603 Minna 
Donohue John, butcher, cor Preston 

place and Bryant 
Donohue John C, liquors, 1120 Bryant 

cor Preston Place, res same 
DONOHUE P J, groceries and 
liquors , SE cor Montgomery and Va- 

llejo, res 1028 Montgomery 
Donohue Thomas, marble works, 21 

Herman, res same 
Donovan Cornelius, wood and coal, 

1613 Pine, res same 
Donovan Daniel, bootmaker, cor Octa- 

via and Union, res same 
Donovan Daniel, boots and shoes, 427 

Montgomery ave and 1412 Stockton, 

res 757 Van Nes ave 
)onovan Miss E, milliner, 1526 Polk, 

res same 
Donovan & Foley/painters 1432 Howard 
Donovan & Heaphey, (James Donovan 

and Michael Heaphey), wood and 

coal, 222 Leavenworth 
Donovan J , (Donovan & Rosener), Nato- 

ma, bet Eigth and Ninth 
Donovan James, (Donovan & Heaphey), 

res 222 Lavenworth 
Donovan J J, (Donovan & O'Donnell), 

res 4 Elliott Park 
Donovan Joseph T, manager with W J 

Bryan, res 909 Lombard 
Donovan J P,|portrait artist, 126 Kearny, 

res same 
Donovan Mrs M, millinery and fancy 

goods, 847 Valencia, res same 
Donovan Mrs M A, furnishing goods 

and fancy dry goods, 1561 Market 

res same 
Donovan Martin, bootmaker, 2009 Geary 

res 1114 Pierce 
Donovan Michael, cigars and tobacco, 

foot of Commercial, res 14 Clay 
Donovan M M, carriage painter, 200 

Bartlett, res 1058 Howard 
Donovan & O'Dounell, (M O'Donnell 

and J J Donovan), restaurant, 1 

Bush 
DONOVAN PATRICK, boot 

and shoe manufacturer, boots and 

shoes, 202 Fifth, res same 
Donovan & Rosener, (J Donovan and P 

Rosener), hbrsehoers, 205 Eighth 
Donovan T, boot and shoe maker, 306 

Jessie, res same 
Dooley E T, superintendent Boys' and 

Girls' Aid Society, res Brooklyn, 

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Dooley Patrick, saloon, cor Hyde and 

Bay, res same 
DORAG MICHAEE, barber, 

1315}$ Powell 
Doran Mrs B, bakery, 110 Second, res 

samn 
Doran James, horsehoer, 55 Beale, res 

214 Capp 
Doran Patrick, florist, 1809 Lyons, res 

8'me 
DORAN THOMAS L, (Fitzpat- 

lick & Doran), res 5z6 Natoma bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Doran Wm P M, tailor, 109 Fourth, res 

526 Thomas 
DORCY PETE, saloon, 20 Stock- 
ton, res same 
Dore Chas, bookkeeper Maurice Dore & 

Co, res 1215 Jones 
Dore Edward, (Hurst & Dore), res 2211 

Mission 
Dore Maurice, (Maurice Dore & Co), res 

1215 Jones 

DORE MAURICE & CO, 

(iViaurice Dore), auctioneers and real 
estate agents, 412 Pine 

DORENBERG MAX, saloon, 
loO^ Bush 

Dorety Joseph H, agent L Prang & Co 
and others, 529 Commercial, res 
East Oakland 

DorganT J, stavionery and notions, 339 
Hayes, res 21a Hickory ave 

Dorgelah C, wines and liquors, NE cor 
Steuart and Mission, res 748 Minna 

DORLAND THOMAS A C, 
cashier A L Bancroft & Co, res b2o 
Seventeenth 

Dorler Anton, boots and shoes, 223 Six- 
teenth, res same 

Dormer Thomas, saloon, 439 Jackson, 
res 814 Montgomery 

Dormio Angelo, fruit, cor Clay and 
Kearny, res 505 (ireen 

Dorn & Dorn, (M A Dorn and D S Dorn), 
attorneys at law, 601 California 

Dorn F A, attorney at law, 240 Montgom- 
ery, res 708 Post 

Dorn Gustavus W, specialist, 607 Polk 

Dorn At A, (Dorn fc Dorn), res 318 Taylor 

Dorn Mrs S, millinery, 235-237 Six- 
teenth res 32/ Capp 

Dorn S P H, butcher, NE cor Ellis and 
\V\:b=iter, re-? J 6 Bauvin ave 

DORNBIER JAMES, machin 
1st, glovemaker's dies, 10 Stevenson 
res i'56 Perry 

DORNIN GEO D, Sf'S 

luti «jo of i^oudon, The Lion Fire 
Ins Co of London, Orient Ins Co of 
Hartford, and Washington Ins Co of 
Boston, 215 Sansome, res Beikeley 



DORNIN GEO W, chief clerk 
Geo D Dornin, res 1883 Telegraph 
ave, Oakland 

DORNIN OSCAR G, cashier 
Geo l» Dornin, res Berkeley 

Dorr L L, physician and surgeon, 118 
Grant ave, res 1020 Post 

Dorrance Wm C, saloon, 112 Second, res 
same 

DOS CHER FRED, saloon, 12' 
Oregon, res 821 Filtert 

Joscber Henry, groceries, SW cor 
O'Farrell and Pierce, res same 

DOS CHER HENRY, groceries 
and liquors, cor Michigan and Shasta 
res same 

Doscber Henry, (Doscher & Von Bar- 
gen) res 821 Webster 

DOSCHER MRS JOHN D, 
saloon and lodging-house, August 
Rosier manager, SE cor First and 
Mission 

Doscher & Von Bargen (Henry Doscher! 
and E Von Bargen), saloon, SE cor' 
McAllister and Webster 

Doton Mrs A E, lodging house, 302 
O'Farrell, res same 

)oud Aaron, (Healey & Doud), res 935' 
Valencia 

Dougherty John, liquors retail, 301 
fcixth 

Dougherty Mrs Julia, groceries, 711 Na- 
toma, res same 

Dougherty P E, (P E Dougherty & Co), 
res San Rafael 

Dougherty P E & Co, (P E Dougherty), 
printers and engravers, 412 Com- 
mercial 

Dougherty Wm C, deputy postmaster, 
res 1414 Taylor 

Doughty C E, secretary California 
Cracker Co, res 1518}$ Jackson 

DOUGLAS MRS E A, proprie- 
tress Eureka Bazar, 1841 Filhuo.e, 
res same 

Douglas James, boarding-house, 710 
Front, res same 

Douglass Joseph, bootmaker, 1017 J* 
Clay, res same 

Douglass L B, teacher guitar and banjo, 
106 Eddy 

Douglass Miss Mary, bakery, 2531 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Douglass Thomas, carpenter, 2809 
Geary, res same 

Douglas- W A, physician and surgeon. 
126 O'Farrell, res same 

Douglass W B. watchmaker, 120 Sutter, 
res 574 Folsom 

Douthitt D Wm, attorney at law, 318 
Pine, room 27, rea 160, E 

Doutrick Charles H, (Doutrick & Mc Vey), 
res 1004 Powell 



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Doutrick & McVey, (Charles H Doutrick 
and William J McVey), publishers 
theatrical programme Daily Cricket 
429 Montgomery 

Dow George E, (Dow Steam Pump 
Works), res Pensylvania ave, bet 
Solano and Butte 

Dow Martin, lamps and tinware, 124 
Second 

DOW STEAM PUMP 

WORKS, George E Dow and L 

Goss prop.ietors, 114 116 Beale 
Dowd Dennis, restaurr.nt, 625 Davis 
Dowe L, photographer, 6 Eddy, res 828 

Ellis 
Dowling Edward, livery stable, 127 

Fourteenth, res same 
Dowling John, fish, Grand Central Fish 

Market, 995 Market, res 1314 Scott 
Dowling Richard, livery stable, 329 

Sixth 
Dowling T H. (T H Dowling & Co), res 

232a Pacific ave 
Dowling T H & Co, wholesale grocers, 

219 Front 
Downes Charles, plumber and gas fitter, 

43 H Second 
Downey & Cunningham, (J J Downey & 

T J Cunningham), groceries, cor 

California ave and Bernal Heights 
Downey Mrs G W, bakery, 1314 Larkin, 

res same 
Downey J J, (Downey & Cunningham), 

res Twentieth near Gurrero 
Downey John, butcher, 944 Twentieth 

res same 

DOWN IE BOILER IN- 
CRUSTATION PRE 
VENTIVE CO, Thomas Cai 

neal piesident, John D McGillivray 
secretary, James McGillivray man- 
ager, manufacturers Downie Eu- 
calyptus Boiler Scale preventive 
and remover, 204 Market 

Downing Mrs F S, stationer and dress- 
maker, 1210 Valencia, res 239 Chat- 
tanooga 

Downing Orrien P, (Downing & Sch- 
midt), res 913 Folsom 

Downing & Schmidt, (0 P Downing and 
F L Schmidt), drug and proprietary 
specialties, 10 Second 

Downing Thomas, painter, 615 Mission, 
res 1220 Geary 

Dows Henry, truckman, 126 California 

Doxey Wm, books and stationery, 631 
Market, res 916 Fulton 



Doyle E H, (Doyle & Bumsted), res 1018 
Seventeenth 

Doyle & Fay, (J E Doyle and Ed Fay), 
proprietors Grand Hotel bar 

Doyle, Galpin & Scripture, (J T Doyle, 
Philip G Galpin and H D Soripture), 
attorneys at law, 432 Montgomery, 
room 3 

Doyle Henry, (Henry Doyle & Co), res 
San Mateo 

Doyle Henry & Co, commission mer- 
chants, 517-519 Market 

DOYLE, JACOBS & LEI- 
BOLD , (Patrick Doyle, Isaac Ja- 
cobs and George Leibold), harness 
and saddlery manufactured whole- 
sale and retail, 1011 Market 

Doyle James J, sail maker, 50 Clay, res 
West Oakland 

Doyle J C, (Doyle & Cashman), res 205 
Third 

Doyle J J, (Maurice Doyle & Son), res 
143 Shipley 

Doyle John E, (Doyle & Fay), res 2616 
California 

Doyle J T, (Doyle, Galpin & Scripture), 
attorney at law, res Menlo Park 

Doyle Maurice, (Maurice Doyle & Son), 
res 143 Shipley 

Doyle Maurice & Son, (Maurice and J J 
Doyle), horseshoers, 770 Mission 

Doyle Michael, candies, toys and 
musical instruments), 1S8 Ninth, res 



Doyle Patrick, (Doyle.Jacobs t Leibold) 

res 1023 Capp 
Doyle Richard, tinware, crockery and 

glassware, 534% Sixteenth 
Doyle Body, blacksmith, 82U Folsom, 

res 246 Ninteenth 
Doyle Thomas, horse shoeing shop, 116 
Washington, 57-59 New Montgomery 

res Oakland 
Dozier Mrs E M, art school, 1517 Market 
Drady D, pictures and mirrors, 230 

Fourth 
Drady Thomas, tailor, 6 Third, res ' 

Ellis 



Drago Giachino, barber and baths, 709 

Davis, res same 
Drake Charles S, inventor, 6 Eddy, res 

San Rafael 
Draper E P, (Brown & Draper), res cor 

Teneriffe and Railroad ave 
Drathen E P, cigars and tobacco, 79 

Fourth, res same 



Doyle & Bumsted, (E H Doyle and E H| Dra y eur A > (Cazeaux k Drayeur), res 

Bumsted), livery stable, 246 Third 621 Larkin 

Doyle & Cashman. (J C Doyle and DJDREIM ANN ANDREAS, salt 

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DRESBACH WM, grain and 
commission merchant, 318 Califor- 
nia, res 929 Pine 

Dreschler Louis, bootmaker, 1047 Bry- 
ant, res same 

Dresel G, physician, 219 Powell, res 
1705 Powell 

Dresher Chas, barber, 529 % Geary, res 



Dressen Mrs F, bakery, 1012 Pierce, res 



iicr ju r, presiuent <jamornia Jute 
Mills and president Utah Powder 
Co, res 1411 Van Ness ave 
Dreyer Albert, (Buck & Dreyer), 1 Will 
iam, bet Fifth and Sixth 



195 ca 

Droppel & Stewart, (H G Droppel and S § 



Illinois, res same 

Dreyer Ernest, saloon, SW cor Sutter 
and Stockton, res same 

DREYER JOHN, saloon, 514 ^ 
Sixth, res same 

DREYFUS B & CO, (Benjamin 
Dreyfus estate, Emanuel L Gold- 
stein. Jacob Frowenfeld, John J 



F Stewart, 331-333 Third 
Drossell J H, druggist, N\V cor Jackson 

and Powell 
Droudin Felix, (Pinchon & Droudin) 

res 822 % Green 
Drouet H, dealer in cooked meats, 315J4 

Fifth, res same 
Drown A N, attorney at law, 621 Clay 

res 1722 Vallejo y ' 

> 8am \ T ,t ,.« , Drucker August. (Drucker k Phillips) 

Drew H M, (Jesse & Drew) res 1422 Folsom ps '' 

DR R E 3 V & ^S?* A P G ?P LIN » (J Drucker George I, dentist, 121 Post res 
R Drew and F McLaughlin), stair 1422 Fulton ' #-» 

builders, 220-222 Steuart Drucker John, groceries and limine S 

DreweS r Henry L, butcher, 3-30 ^nty-| SW^^and KgA ^ 

Dre ^?^^^ nt P a ^ m l» Jute August li?uck* aid wnSaS^ ^ 

Phillips), real estate agents, 542 
California 
Drucker Wm E, dentist, 121 Post 
Drucker's Express Co, office 15 Market 



SSLS? } iqU01 ' 9 ' NE cor Na P a and Dru ™ Bros, (James L Drum and Wm P 



Drum), civil engineers, 402 Mont- 
gomery 

Drum Jas L, (Drum Bros), res 12 Henri 
etta square 

Drum Wm P, (Drum Bros), res Santa 
Cruz 

Drum W W, cigars and tobacco, 1158 
Market, res 1134 Sutter 



»wni,_*«u.uu xru^euxeia, Jonn J Market, res 1134 Sutter 

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New York), California wines and 

brandies, 105-107 California and 6i0- 

642 Brannan 
Dreyfus Mrs Regine, varieties, 1620 

Eddy, res same 
Dreyfus Theodore, dyer, 35Ji Sixth, res 

same 
Drinkhouse J A, importer cigars and 

tobacco, SW cor Battery and &acra- 

mento, res 42 South Park 
Drischman John, bootmaker, 25 West 

Mission 
Driscol Patrick, wood, coal and coke, 

234 Fifth, res same 
DRISCOLL, C E, proprieter San- 
itarium Saltwater Baths, 2210-2'n2 
Powell, res 1712 Bush 
Driscoll J F, (Driscoll & Ryan), res 320 

Clementina 
Driscoll J J, saloon, 229 J* Seventh res 



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Driscoll & Ryan, t J F Driscoll and H 
Ryan), groceries, 119 Fourth 

DRlSCOL,L,'S SANITA- 
RIUM BATHS, aSoKdfflH 

Powell 

Drobaz Matteo, coffee saloon and chon- 
house^ 503 East, res 723 Harrison 

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wood and coal, hav and grain, lime 
and cement, Valencia, bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth, res 119 Julian ave 
Drury Thomas J, coffee saloon, 424 % 

Davis, res 225 Jackson 
Drury Wm, Tailor. 323 Kearny 
Dryden Thos J, manager Great Ameri- 

Importing Tea Co, res 1419 Polk 
Duane Edward, butcher, SE cor Seven- 
teenth and Sanchez, res same 

Dubedat Eugene, (Pascal, Dubedat & 

Co), res 1714 Stockton 
Dubernet Felix, pictures, passe-par- 
touts and picture frames, artists' 
canvas and stretchers, 915 Mission, 
res 1271 Eleventh ave, East Oakland 

Duchene John, locksmith and bell- 
hanger, 761 Howard, res same 

Duck Lewis, (Grosslicht & Co), res 408 
Laguna 

DuckettCS, dentist. 37^ Sixth, ratttm H 

DUDDEN FRED, carpenter and W 
builder, 108-110 Ellis, tes 2814 Pmei hd 

Duden & Co, (H Duden and Jas Bailie), 
laces and embroideries, 537 Market Ui 

Dudley E C, (Wharff & Dudley), res 2015 1-3 
O'Farrell I nj 

Dudley James 8, accountant, 506 Bat- M 
tery, res 2229 Jackson 

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^ Duff & Co, (Robert P R Duff), commis 

-n sion merchants, 222 Davis 

J*' i Duff James, crockery and glassware, 

^ 414 Third, res same 

J Duff Robert P R, (Duff & Co), res 813 

~J Howard 

O DUFFEY BROS, (George F Duf- 

Ofey ami Eugene J Duffey), plumbers 
and gasfitters, 122 Sutter 
^ Duffey C E (Duffey & O'Brien), res 428 
Fourteenth 
Duffey Eugene J, (Duffey Bros), res 32 

< Duffey George F, (Duffey Bros) res 2096 

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Market 
Duffey & O'Brien (C E Duffey and T I liquors, wholesale and 

O'Brien), poultry and game, 3 and 4 "**£ • J re8 mg Harflf 

California Market 
DUFFY B C, real estate agent, 

1^45 H Market, res 204 % Eddy 
Duffy James, carpets, 917 Market, res 

1944 California 
Duffy J J, (J J Duffey & Co), res 319 

Hyde 
DUFFY J J & CO, (J J Duffy) 

commission merchants, 304-sOb 

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Duffy Mark C, saloon, 1026 Oak, res 

same 
Duffy Mrs Neal, bakery, 503 Jones, res 



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Duffy Patrick, bootmaker, 1414 Pacific 

Duffy Terrance, decorator and florist, 
948 Geary, res 1006 Polk 

Duffy Thomas J, city agent of Com- 
mercial Insurance and Fire Asso- 
ciation, res 113 Powell 

Dufour A, (Dufour & Co), res 167 % 
Silver 

Dufour A & Co, (A Dufour and "W Hoff 
man, jr), saloon, 515 % Fourth 

Dufranc Mrs V, laundry, 341 Third, res 



Dugan Albert, boot and shoe maker, 432 
Valencia, res same 

Dugan Miss Delia, (Mrs M Monson & 
Co), res 17 Hampton place 

Dugan Felix, saloon and cigar factory, 
cor Twenty-Fourth and Treat ave, 
res same 

DUGAN JOHN, saloon, 225 Pa- 
cific , res same 

Dugan P F, saloon, 225 Tbird, res same 

Duggan Timothy, wood and coal, 1024 
Clay, res same 

Dnhem August, florist, 121 Sutter, res 



Duhem Victor, solar and photograph 

printing, 1324 Polk 
Duisenberg Charles & Co, (Charles A C 
Duisenberg) commission merchant* 
and steamship agents, 314 Sacra 
mento 
Duisenberg Chas A C, (Chas Duisenberg 

& Co;, res 1031 Harrison 
Duke Mrs Catherine, dressmaker, 1200 Jj 

Larkin 
DULAC JOHN, lodging house, 

Vc6 Pacific 
Duley Frank P, (Fox & Duley), res 1713 

Mission 
Duley Lucy, fancy goods, 1146 Union, 

res same 
Dulion J P, lodging house, 609 Pin© 
Dullea Mrs C, millinery, iy43 Mission 
res same 

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Dun R G & Co, The Mercantile Agency 
Jay Lugsdin, manager, 320 Cali- 
fornia 
DUNAND LOUIS F, attorney, 
at-law, 331 Montgomery and 611 
California, res 28Lapidge 
Du Navent Mrs M A, dressmaker, 223 

Fifteenth, res same 
Dunbar L L, dentist, NW cor Sutter 

and Hvde, res same 
Dnnbar W A, veterinary surgeon, offic® 
SW cor Third and Market, res 20° 
Fifth 
Duncan Alexander, (Duncan Bros), 127 

Twenty-Ninth 

Duncan Brothers, (Alexander Duncan 

and Joseph Duncan), wood and 

coal, hay and grain, 2214 Mission 

Duncan George, (George Duncan & Co), 

res cor Turk and Larkin 
Duncan George & Co, (George Duncan), 
aspbaltum and mastic roofing, 652 
Market 
Duncan James, sole leather tannery. 
Brannan, bet Eighth and Ninth, res 
224 Kearny 
Duucan J M, French ranges, 1136 Mis- 
sion 
Duncan Joseph, (Duncan Bros), res 127 

Twenty-Ninth 
DUNCAN WM, horse-shoer, 22 

Golden Gate ave, res 463 Jessie 
Duncan VT L, stock broker, 304 Mont- 
gomery, res 1501 Jones 
Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Co, 
I E Thayer, secretary, office i 
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Duncombe Wm S, (Wm S Duncombe & 
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BUNCOMBE WM S & CO, 

(Win S Duncombe), medical pub- 
lishers, booksellers and printers, 
425 Sutter 
Dnndas Miss, dressmaker, 1026 % Lar- 
kin, res same 
UNDON'S BOILER 

WORKS, (P F Dundon, pro- 
prietor), steam boilers designed 
and constructed, boiler and sheet 
iron work of all kinds, iron ship 
work and repairs of all kinds, Dun- 
don's patent flame jacket boilers, 
131-133 Folsom 

DUNDON P F, Dundon Boiler 
Works, res 1C Rincon place 

Dungan G W, restaurant. 726^ Howard 
res same 

Dunham B F, (Dunham, Carrigan & Co), 
re3 1397 Alice, Oakland 

Dunham, Carrigan & Co, (B F Dunham, 
A Carrigan and Brace Hayden), im- 
porters and dealers in hardware, 
iron, steel, metals, etc, 1719 Beale 

Dunham George C, proprietor Seaside 
Garden's Saloon, cor Baker and Jef- 
ferson, res same 

Dunham Henry, plastering and whiten- 
ing, 345 Third, res same 

Dunker Adolph, (Sorenson, Dunker & 
Co), res 2710 Bush 

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461 Jessie, re-; 519 Jessie 
Dunlap & Co, (R M Dunlap and G.H 

Francis), general auctioneers, 225 

Danfip'VidL, cigar, and totocoo S^^to H SoZ .Robert. Alec and 

I*nft™ ( Dun>ap •^"TSwj, 1 J — D — «*>• ™*°^ coal 

Ellis 
Dunlavy Mrs Kate 



Dunn James, superintendent American 
Cracker Company, res 1526 Clay 

Dunn James, saloon, 650 Sacramento 

Dunn Mrs Mary, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 1638 Polk, res same 

Dunn Mrs M A, dressmaker, 428 Sixth, 
res same 

Dunn M J, dentist, 1228 Market 

Dunn Thomas, groceries and liquors, 

1042 J^ Folsom, res same m n 

Dunn Wm T. (Dunn Bros), 1318 Market _J 

Dunne J, ass't district attorney, depart- I 
ment 11, Old City Hall Q 

Dunne J F, (Donnelly, Dunne 4 Co), res ^i 
San Felipe, Santa Clara Co ^ 

Dunne Joseph J, attorney-at-law, 715 -n 
Clay, res 516 Lombard j ^ 

Dunne Owen, saloon, 21 First res 100j _ 

Fifth i rr\ 

Dunne P F, attorney-at-law, 420 Cali- w ' 
fornia, res 516 Lombard /y* 

Dunning Thcmas, groceries and liquors, j VW 
253 Clara, res same j Q 

DUNPHY LUKE, tailor, 1427! i— 
Broadway j !_ 

DUNPHY MRS M, massageAJ 
treatment, 1427 Broadway 

Dunphy T N, (T N Dunphy & Co,) res 
1115 Leavenworth 

Dunphy T N & Co, (T N Dunphy), adver- 
vertisiug agents and bill posters, 
506 Commercial 

Dunphy William, cattle dealer and 
raiser, 504 Kearny, res 2122 Wash- 
ington 

Dunsing Mrs F W, groceries, 3011 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Dunsmuir Alec, (R Dunsmuir & Sons), 
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groceries, cor Kear- P u P as Anadee « locksmith, 672 Mission. 

ny and Filbert res same iDupa^JMTsaloon, 635 Washington, res 

DunJeavy Jeremiah, harness maker, 615-, *" a " *"•' Daiv "' 

617 Howard, res 77 Clementina L„^v limo 

Dunlevy W S, groceries and produce,l JM 

cor Twentieth and Valencia, res cor 

Bond and Nineteenth 
Dunn B E, bakery, 151 Ninth, res same 



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stock and bond broker, 
421 California, res NW cor Jones 
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DUPRAT LOUIS, pork packer, 

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Dunn G W. naturalist. 629 Washington! 52: * Kearnv MJ 

Dunn Horace D, fishing tackle, 547 D U R A N D J A, merchandise JQ 
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Durant Mme C, French laundry. 109 
Fifteenth, res same 

DURBROW A K, mining secre- 
tary. 69 Nevada Block, re3 1615 
"Washington 

DURIE ROBERT H, dairy 

produce and delicacies, California 
st market, 2420 California, res 2927 
Clay 

Du Rose F F, comforter factory, 29 
Second, res 1117 Poplar, Oakland 

Duroux Joseph, wines and liquors, SE 
cor Fourth and Bryant, res same 

Durr Carl, (Lautermilch & Durr), res 
511 Montgomery 

Durr Charles, (Lautermilch & Durr), 
res 511 Montgomery 

Durst J H, attorney-at-law, 216 Sansome 

Duryeas' Starch, 109 California 

DUTARD H, commission mer- 
chant, dealer in grain, produce and 
hops, 126-128 Davis, res Occidental 
Hotel 

Dutch Wm, dentist, 24 Montgomery, res 
same 

Dutertre Louis, capitalist, 628 Mont- 
gomery, res SW cor Potrero ave and 
El Dorado 

D U T R A FRANK J, genera 1 
agent, 434 California, room 5, res 
225 Montgomery ave 

Dutschke Albert, (Hartman & Dutschke), 
res 503 Haight 

Dutton George W, (Henry Dutton, jr), 
res 732 Bush 

Dutton Henry, jr, ( Henrv Duttton, jr), 
res 1732 Pacific ave 

DUTTON HENRY, jr, (George 
W Dutton and Henry Dutton, jr), 
wholesale and commission dealers 
in hay and grain, pier 7, Steuart 

DUTTON & KENNEDY, (L J 

Dutton and Joseph Keunedy), car* 
penters and builders, 237 O'Farrell 

Dutton L J, (Dutton & Kennedy), res 
2370 O'Farrell 

Dutton & Partridge, (John Partridge and 
S E Dutton), importing and m\nu- 
factuiing stationers, printers, litho- 
graphers and book binders, 212- 
214 California 

Dutton' S E, (Dutton & Partridge), res 
2212 Steiner 

DUTTON WM J. secretary Fire- 
man's Fund Insurance Co, 401 Cal- 
ifornia, res 2007 Devisadero 

Duyal L, perfumery, 11 Stockton, res 
522 O'Farrell 

Duveneck Charles B, groceries and 
liquors, SE cor Eureka and Seven- 
teenth 



Duveneck Hall, Chas B Duveneck, pro- 
prietor, JJTW cor Church and Twen- 
ty-Fourth 

Duwanse Michael, watchmaker, 1311 
P iciffc, res same 

Dwyer George, retail grroceries, cor Du- 
pont and Bay, res same 

Dwyer James P, attorney-at-law, 310 
Pine 

Dwyer Jere, jr, cashier Wasp, res 925 
O'Farrell 

Dwyer John, groceries and liquors, 
2300 Howard, res same 

DWYER JOHN JOSEPH, 

attorney-at-law, 214 Sansome, res 
925 O'Farrell 
Dwyer Mrs K, cloak and dress maker 

23 Van Ness ave, res same 
Dwyer Mrs Mary, groceries, 745 Brannan 
Dwyer O & Sons, dry goods, 36-38 Third 
Dwyer Timothy, painter, |902J$ Folsom 
Dyer James M, ore crushing, 232 Fre- 
mont, res 334 Fremont 
Dyer J J, dentist, 37 Post, res 8: 

Golden Gate ave 
Dyer J P, (Kenney & Dyer), res 1257 

Jackson, Oakland 
Dyer Manly, tin, copper and sheet iron 
ware, and dealer in stoves, 749 Mis- 
sion, res 339 Sixth 
Dyer R C, electrician, 234 O'Farrell 
Dyle Thomas, saloon, 110 Jackson 



Eagan & Co, (R J Eagan). furniture, 745- 
747 Mission, res 26 Albion ave 

EAGAN CHARLES, (Rohrs & 
Eagan), res 47 South Park 

Eagan Capt Charles P, subsistence de- 
partment. 36 New Montgomery, res 
Occidental Hotel ' 

Eagan John, liquors, 1129 Foisoml 

Eagar A T, Clerk, Green & Co, res 318 
Turk 

|E?gle Brass and Machine Works, M 
Greenberg's Sons, proprietors, 205 
Fremont 

Eagle Coffee and Spice Mills, (L C Ber 
tin and C Lenori), 536 Commercial 

EAGLE EYE WORKS OF 
MILWAUKEE, Hummitsch 
& Breith, agents, 123 California 

Eagle Manufacturing Co, flavoring ex- 
tracts, Schwabacer & Salts, proprie- 
tors, 205 Front 

Eagle Refining Co, (The) (H V Sikes and 
W R Wands), lubricating oils, 204 
California 

Eagle Soap Co, (C Laufenburger) 204 
Clay, res 315 Lombard 

Eagle Warehouses, N R Lowell, proprie- 
tor, 17-19 Davis 



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Dreyfus & Co, 105-1;7 California, 
630-640 Brannan 

Eagleson & Co, (J G and Robert Eagle- 
son), gents furnishing goods, 4-6 
Kearnv and 5 36 Market 

Eagleson J G, (Eagleson & Co), res 317 
Stockton 

Eagleson Robert, (Eagleson & Co) 

Eames School, short hand and type 
writing 46 O'Farrell 

Earhardt Rem, with Byron Mauzy, res 
1126 Market 

Earl D W, (D W Earl & Co), res 2297 Sa- 
cramento 

EARL D W & CO, (D W Earl and 
Sisson, Crocker & Co), forwarding 
and commission merchants, 202 
Sansome 

Earl Jno O, mining, 401 California, res 
2440 Jackson 

Earle & Co, (S A Earle, A W Bogart and 
C H Sawyer), boots and shoes, 765 
Mission 

Earle Mrs Fannie M, groceries, wines 
and liquors, cor D and First ave, res 
same 

Earle G H, manager, Keystone Wringer 
Co, 150 Fifth 

Earle Mrs Minna, restaurant, 959 % Mis- 
sion, res same 

Earle S A (Earle & Co), res 414 Steiner 

Earll Arthur R, attorney at law, 214 
Sansome, res Alameda 

Earnest J T x Co (JT Earnest), grain 
brokers and commission merchants, 
202 Sacramento 

Earnest J T, (Earnest J T & Co), res Oak- 
land 

Earvin Mrs F, saloon 61 Jessie 

Easley John F, carpenter, 3042 Pine 

Easmann Ernest, drvgoods, 1022 Market 

East Best & Belcher S M Co.C H Mason, 
secy 331 Montgomery 

Easterby A Y, president California & 
Portland Cement Co, 330 Pine 

Eastern Oregon Land Co, T P Beach, 
secretary, 604 Merchant, room 10 

Eastland Alfred T, secretary Stockton 
Gaslight and Heat Co, res 966 Jef- 
ferson, Oakland 

EASTLAND MRS A J, dress 
making, 14 Grant ave, rooms 65-66, 
res same 

Eastland Joseph G, president Oakland 
Gaslight and Heat Co, and Stockton 
Gaslight and He*t Co, 601 Com 
meicial, res Oakland 

EASTMAN MISS EMILY R, 
photographer's artist, 11 Kearny 

EASTMAN FRANK & CO, 

(M Shannon and W H Eastman), 
book and job printers, 509 Clay 



Eastman Galen, manager Eastman Hard- 
ware Co, res 516 Valencia 

Fastrnan Hardware Co, 516 Valencia 

Eastman Rev J C, pastor Larkin Street 
Presbyterian Church, res 1332 Val- 
lejo 

Eastman Miss M W, stenographer Pacific 
Insurance Union, res 808 Hyde 

Eastman T S, carriages and wagons, 46 
New Montgomery, res 704 Stockton 

Eastman W H. (Frank Eastman & Co), 
res 2754 Octavia 

Easton & Eldridge, (Wendell Easton), 
real estate and general auctioneers, 
15-17 Post, 618 Market 

Easton Geo, (Jacobs & Easton), res 506 
Sutter 

Easton Wendell, (Easton & Eldridge), 
res cor Gough and Ellis 

Easton John, surveyor California Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, res 109 Fell 

EATON MRS ANNIE, hair 

work, 1212 Polk 

EATON CHAS S, Hazelton Bros 
and Hemme & Long celebrated 
pianos and musical instruments of 
all kinds, 735 Market 

Eaton F W, (F W Eaton & Co), agent San 
Francisco Steamboat and Transpor- 
tation Co, 8 Davis, res 2629 Cali- 
fornia 

EATON F W & CO, (Cosmo 
Morgan and F W Eaton), general 
commission merchants, dealers in 
flour, grain, etc, and steamer agents, 
8 Davis 

Eaton L, (H C Thompson & Co), 1726 
Stevenson 

Eaton J F, (Lock Spring Mattress Co), 
res 627 O'Farrell 

Eaton J M, physician, 121 Post, res 206 
Kearny 

Eaton Wm R, painter, 240 Ellis, res Col- 
onade Building 

EBBECKE CHARLES, pro 

prietor San Francisco Nur ery, Fol- 
som bet Nineteenth and Twentieth, 
res same 

Ebbets Arthur, coal, 109113 Sacramento, 
res 1401 Jones 

Ebbinghausen Henry, (H Ebbinghausen 
& Co), res cor Twenty-first and Shot- 
well 

Ebbinghausen Henry & Co, (H Ebbing- 
hausen and H Lilientbal), groceries. 
NW cor Twenty-first and Mission 

Eberhard Jacob, (Kron & Eberhard), res 
Santa Clara 

Eberhardt Mathew. (Mahoney & Eber- 
hardt), res Oakland 

Ebert Mrs Annie, bakery and varieties, 
323 Fifth 



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Ebert Jounes, crockery, 1417 Stockton, 

re 3 same 
Ebuer k Bro, (Charles L Ebner and Gus 
(fj W Ebner), liquors, 853 Market 

lEbner Charles L, (Ebner & Bro), res 485 
>>! Haight 

V, ; Ebner Gus W, (Ebner & Bro), res 485 
g) | Haigbt 

EEBY J D, Stearns Manufacturing 
Co, res 1213 Myrtle, Oakland 
O lEccleuian John, barber, 1309 Pacific, res 

M same 

rf Eccles S W, general freight agent Union 

*""* Pacific Railway, 1 Montgomery 

Eckart Wm R, mechanical engineer, 217 

Sansome, res 291)6 California 
Ecker Mrs V M, furnished rooms, 515 

K>arny, res same 
Eckert H F, bridge engineer, 432 Mont- 
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~-' Co and Tug Hiawaiha, 281 East, res 

^ Eckb-y Station, Contra Co3ta Co 

Eckhardt F, saloon, 15 Grant ave, res 11 

Bagley 
Ecks H, (Junker & Ecks), res 1130 Buch- 
yQ anan 

mm Eclectic Engraving Co, AT Dewey man- 
ager, 220 Market 
ECLIPSE BAKERY, TJ Chad- 
■ I bourne proprietor, 1414-1418 Dupont 

0C ECLIPSE CHAMPAGNE^ 
IjJ ! Arp^d Harasztby & Co producersi 
?■" | 530 Washington 

H ECLIPSE CRACKER CO, T 

^ J Chadbourne proprietor, 214 Sacra- 

^7 I mento 

^ Ecuador Consul Francisco Herrera, 
^ \ 218 California 

•Edelman Charle3 & Co, (Charles Edel- 

man), cigars and tobacco, 1109 Mar- 
ket 
iEdelman Jo3eph, locksmith, 702Larkin, 

res same 
Eden & Bucking, (M Eden and D Buck 

ing), groceries, N W cor Third and 

Silver 
Eden M, (Eden & Bi eking), res 434 Third 
Edgar Robert, <Zerto & Edgar 
Edgerly S A, books and stationery fan 

cy goods, 215 Montgomery ave, res 

216 Montgomery ave 
Edgerton Henry, attorney at law, 307 

Sansome 
Edmond3 Mrs Mary E, physician, 330 

Sutter, res 905 Bush 
Edmondson J G, painter, 220 Brannan, 

re3 408 Brvant 
Eimondson W H, barber, 623 Clay, res 

829 Greenwich 
Edmonds J J, bags, bagging and twine, 

5 Clay, res 9 Minna 



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Edmunds J Marion, dentist, 410 Ellis, 
res same 

Edouart Alexander, photographer, 6 
Turk, res 6 9 Ellis 

Edson C A, (C A Edson & Co), res Alame- 
da 

EDSON C A & CO, (C A Fdson 
Jas G Hoyt, Robt H Swayne), ship 
and custom house brokers and for- 
warding agents. 504 Battery 

Eduardsen Henry,(Eduardsen& Ohlert), 
res 1704 Leavenwoith 

Eduardseu & Oblert, (H Eduardsen and 
J Ohlert), saloon and restaurant 
NE cor Sutter and Kearny 

Edwards & Co, (Wm Edwards), stock 
brokers, 316 Montgomery 

Edwards Elward, saloon and restaur 
ant. 605 Commercial, res 1609 3* Du 
pont 

Edwards Frank G, carpets, 820 Market, 
res 1326 Guerrero 

Edwards Geoive, real estate, 108Liedes 
dorff , res "S W cor Twenty-fourth and 
Dolores 

EDWARDS GEO D, secretary 
Overman Silver Mining Co, 414 Cal 
ifornia, re3 1121 Laguna 

Edwards Harry B, wiih Pickens, Fulton 
& Co, res 624 Guerrero 

Edwards Henry, (C and P H Tirrell & 
Co), res 418Eddv 

EDWARDS JAS W, dental 
supplies, 5% Kearny, res 114 Guer- 
rero 

Edwards J G, publisher The Coast Re- 
view, room 13, 32 J Sansome, res 520 
Tenth Oakland 

EDWARDS MORTON A, pro 

prietjr Cilitornia Art Metal Works 
and Foundry, 1505 California, res 
1330 California 

Edwards Robert M, (A Edwards & Co), 
re? 22"6 Geary 

EDWARDS T M, proprietor In- 
ternational Hotel, 824-826 Kearny, 
and druggist, cor Kearny and Jack- 
son 

Edw irds C E, fish and oy3ters, 57-59 
Centre Market, res 313 Haight 

Edwards & Co, (Robert M Edwards), 
books, stationary and optical goods, 
624 Montgomery 

Edwards D, dressmaker, 44 O'Farrell, 
res 629 Ivy ave 

EELLS CHAS P, (Page & Eells), 
res North Oakland 

Eff George, painter, 1225 Broadway, res 
1227 Broadway 

Efinger Christ, hardware, 139 Third, res 
1010 Bush 

Eel River Steam Navigation Co, 330 Pine 
room 20 



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EG AN JAMES, groceries and li- 
quors, 1/ Valencia, res 204 \alencia 

EGAN JOHN, (John Egan & Co), 
res U'2 Page 

EGAN JOHN & CO, (John Egan), 
liquois wholesale, 623 Sansome 

EGERTON HENRY C, com- 
mission merchant, 1l9 California, 
res 336 Oak 

Eggers Charles, (Eggers & Gould), rea 
13' 8 Mission 

EGGERS & CO, (George H Eggers 
and Hermann C Eggers, Fresno,) 
commission merchants and vine- 
yardiste. wine and brandy manu- 
facturers, vineyard Fresno, office 
214 California 

Eggers Mrs Emelie, physician, NE cor 
Fourteenth and Mission, res same 

Eggers Geo H, (Eggers & Co), res 2018 
Bush 

Eggers & Gould, (Charles Eggers and 
Sid Gould), mineral waters, 731 Mis- 
sion 

Eggers Henry, grocer, 228 Brannan, res 
540 k Second 

EGGERS H F, grocer, SW cor 
Mason and Jackson, res same 

Eggers Mrs Minnie, bakery, 1019 Pacific, 
res same 

Eggert Henry, butcher, cor Union and 
Montgomery, res same 

Eggleston A T, manager the Autom- 
atic Sewing Machines, res 2212 Geary 

Eging Christian, tailor, 203 Leavenworth 

EHLE HICKMAN, groceries, 
wines and liquors, cor Buchanan 
and O'Farrell, res 1501 O'Farrell 

EhlenJohn P, groceries, 813 Washing- 
ton, res same 

Ehlers Henry, groceries, 38 Ritch, res 
same 

Eblers "Wiechen, groceries, 1127 Kearny 

El. linger Felix, boot and shoemaker, 
525 Pine 

EHRENBERG A G, business 
manager Laguna Tannery, res 225 
Grant ave 

Ehrenberg A T, physician, 225 Grant 
ave, res same 

Ehrenberg & Bullion, (Mrs I Ehrenberg 
and Mrs H Bullion), milliners, 135 
Taylor 

Ehrenberg Mrs I, (Ehrenberg & Bullion) 
res S W cor O'Farrell and Leaven- 
worth 

Ebrenpfort Edward, carpets, 1919 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Ehrenpfort Frederick, (Rothschild & 
Ehr^npfort), res 926 Eddy 

Ehrenpfort Wm, carpets, 14 Third, res 
8W cor Fillmore and Grove 



Ehret Edward Jr, barber, 1151 Harrison, 

res same 
Ehret Edward, saloon, 1151 Harrison, 

res same 
Ehrhard L & Bro, (Leonard Ehrhard and 

John Ehrhard), clothing, 256 Third 
Ehrhard John, (L Ehrhard & Bro), res' 

256 Third 
Ehrhard Leonard, (L Ehrhard & Bro), 

res 256 Third 
Ehrhorn August, bootmaker, 1218 Lar- 

kin 
Ehrhorn Charles, bootmaker, 222 Ellis, 

res same 
Ehrhorn Edward, bootmaker, 1815 Polk,' 

res same 
Ehrhorn Rudolph, bootmaker, 1328 

Howard, res same 
Ehrlich Herman, varieties, 225 Sixth,' 

res same 
Ehrlich Leopold (Rodman & Co) 
Ehrman Joseph (M Ehrman & Co), res, 

1803 Octavia, cor Pine 
Ehrman J (Esberg, Bachman & Co), res 

New York 
Ehrman M & Co, (Myer Ehrman, Samuel 

Sussman and Joseph Ehrman), im-, 

porters and wholesale groceries, 

104-106-108-110 Front 
Ehrman Myer, (M Ehrman & Co), res 519 

Van Ness ave 
Eiben Henry, (Eiben & Scheffauer), res 

407 Stevenson 
Eiben & Scheffauer, (G Scheffauer and 

Henry Eiben), carpenters, 225 Post 
EICHELBAUM MAX, 

(CALIFORNIA SHEEP 

CASING CO), res 1306 Buchan- 

nan 
Eichenlaub John, saloon, 412 Jackson, 

res same 
Eichholz Otto, groceries, 765 Folsom, 

res same 
EICKHOFF HENRY, attorney 

at law, 309 California, res 803 Twen- 
tieth 
Eickhorst Fredrick G, groceries, NW cor 

Greenwich and Pierce, res same 
Eichler Henry, tailor, 114 k Turk 
Eidenmuller H, (Rossi & Eidenmuller), 

res 712 Union 
Eidenmuller Wm C, physician, office 

and res 1347 Powell cor Broadway 
Eidinger Edward, tailor, 22o9 Mission, 

res same 
Eifert Conrad, bootmaker, 1322 k Kearny 

res 7 k Sonora 
Einsfeld Peler, barber, 650 Market, rea 

1217 Green 
Einstein & Bernbeini, (San Buenaven- 
tura), (M Einstein and A Bernhelni), 

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Einstein M, (Einstein & Bernheira), res 

1457 Franklin 
EINTRACHT SALOON, Paul 

Tischer proprietor, 5o9 California 
Eisen E G, dentist, 413 Bush, res San 

Rafael 
EISEN THEO A, architect, 427 

Montgomery, res cor Butler ave and 

Klinkner ave 
Eisen Vineyard Co, office 12 Steven- 
son, vineyard Fresno 
Eisen F T) president Eisen Vineyard 

Co, res 11 Silver st 
Eisenbach A, (Louis Taussig & Co), res 

1108 Golden Gate ave 
Eisenberg Adolph, watches and jewelry 

wholesale, 208 Kearnv.res 9-!0 Sutter 
EISENBERG E &*BRO,(Elkan 

and Mores tisenberg), Havana 

cigar manufacturers, 327 Market 
Eisenberg Elkan, (E Eisenberg & Bro), 

res 1416 Sutter 
Eisenberg Mores, (E Eisenberg & Bro), 

res 1713 California 
Eisenschitnel Carl, teacher penmanship 

and drawing, 6 Eddv, room 99, res 

31 Glen Park 
Eisner Milton S, (Frank & Eisner), res 

24123$ Sacramento 
Eisnpr Morris, cigar manufacturer, 324 

Clay, res 838 McAllister 
Eisner Philip, (Demers & Eisner), res 

1751 Howard 
Eisert C, bakery, 537 Hayes, res same 
Eisfelder Wm. insurance broker with 

SOUTHERN CALIFOR- 
NIA INSURANCE CO, 405 

California, res 31 Willow ave 
EK JOHN, merchant tailor, 623 M 

Howard, res 1 Edith place 
Eklund Eric, electro guilder, 9 Hardie 

place, res 312 "Waller 
EKLUND JOHN P, proprietor 

Boston Oyster House, 89-90 Centre 

Market, res 1812 Bush 
Flbert J N, mining, 331 Montgomery, 

rooms 1-3, res 1125 Jackson 
Elcho House, E Nelson, proprietor, 863 

Market 
Elder Bros, (John Elder), dry goods 

315 Hayes 
ELDER & DOBBIE, (W J Elder 

and J B Dobbie). stoves and tin- 
ware, 60'i Clay 
Elder James, agents spool cotton, res 

606 Buchanan 
Elder John, (Elder Brothers), res 606 

Buchanan 
ELDER W J, (Elder & Dobbie), 

1J28 Encinal ave bet Willow and 

Walnut, Alameda 
El Dorado Market, Julius Godeau, pro- 
prietor. 1404 Dupont 



Eldred Henry J, candy manufacturer, 
1941 Mission, res same 

Eldred Mrs H, proprietor Alvin House 
120 Post, res 134 Post 

Eldred ge B G, groceries and liquors, cor 
Broderick and Sacramento, res 
same 

Eldredge J C, (Wightman Bros), res cor 
Dolores and Dorland 

Eldredge K C, (Wightman Bros), res cor 
Dolores and Dorland 

Eldridge Mrs Alice, boarding house, 113 
Turk 

ELDRIDGE OLIVER, presi- 
dent California Dry Dock Co and 
correspondent N Y Board Marine 
Underwriters, office 318 California, 
room 3, res 615 Sutter 

ELECTRIC DEVELOP. 
MENT CO, J C Henderson man- 
ager, 323 Pine 

ELECTRIC SOAP CO, H B 

-McDonald president, manufacturers 
of poiash, soda and soaps, sole man 
ufacturers of H B McDonald's Elec- 
tric Family Soap for Laundry k 
Kitchen and Bath, 870 Folsom, cor 
Fifth 

Electrical Supply Co, Orion Brooks 
president, G W Pease secretary, R 
Larger superintendent, 328 Bush 

ELEVATOR (THE), J B Wilson 
managing editor, 622 Clay, room 9 

Elfelt Joseph, (Code. Elfelt & Co). reB 
1208 Sutter 

Elias R, furnishing goods, 422 Third, 
res same 

Elite Photographic Studio, 838 Market 

Elk River Mills, Hobbs, "Wall & Co pro- 
prietors. 314 Spear 

Elko Consolidated Mining Co, J W Pew 
secietaay, 310 Pine 

Elleau Henry, manufacturer jeweler, 
208 Sutter, res Alameda 

Ellenburg F W, sausage and dairy pro- 
duce, 118 Ninth, res same 

Ellerhorst H D, commission merchant, 
grain, 117 Drumm, res 1931 Pine 

Ellert L R, druggist. 433 Kearny, res 
814 California 

Ellinwood C N, physician, office 715 
Clay, res 1723 Pine 

Elliot Chas E, mining secy, 79 Nevada 

Block, res Alameda 
Illiot Mrs F C, saloon, cor Baker and 
Beach, res same 

ELLIOT MRS MARTHA A, 
foundry facings, 41 Fremont, res 
Alameda 

Elliott Edward, (Daley & Elliott), res 28 
Hampton place 

Elliott H C, teamster, SE cor Howard 
and Steuart, res San Rafael 



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Elliott Henrv A, (Wadbams & Elliott) 

Elliott John, (Charles Montgomery & 
Co), res 702 Sutter 

Elliott R, broker, 44 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Elliott R E, proprietor St Lawrence 
House. 568 Mission 

ELLIOTT GEN W L, first vice 

president California Safe Deposit 

and Trust Co, SE cor California and 

Montgomery, res 1920 Franklin 
Elliott Mrs Z J, (Runge & Elliott), res 

417 Kearny 
Ellis A J, cashier, Horn & Chapman, res 

Russ House 
Ellis Asa, collector Internal Revenue, 

office Appraisers Building, res 1114 

Octavia 
Ellis AT, (M C Ellis & Son), res 2201 

Scott 
Ellis Bakery, W J Davis proprietor, 22- 

24 Second 
Ellis Charles, restaurant, 1101 Howard, 

res same 
Ellis F M C, (M C Ellis & Son), res 1955 

Howard 
Ellis H C,(Ellis & Miller), res 914 Six 

teenth, Oakland 
Ellis H H, (Ellis & Miller), res 306 Lom- 
bard 
Ellis John, livery stable, 1221 Pierce 

res same 
Ellis Leila, elocution teacher, 41 

Phelan Building, res Berkley 
Ellis Mrs Mary A, bakery and varieties, 

2011 Mission 
Ellis M C, (M C Ellis & Son), res II 

Ellis M C & Son, (M C Ellis, A T Ellif 

and F M C Ellis), flour mills, 29 

Merchants Exchange 
Ellis & Miller, (H H Ellis, H C Ellis and 

J W Miller), hay grain and feed 

25-27 Spear 
Ellis Pierre, bootmaker, 938 Folsom 
Ellis T M C. (M C Ellis & Son), rei 

2303 % Bush 
Ellis William, Crystal Hotel, Fourth and 

Berry 
Ellison Cora, Vita Pathic Physician, 

office and res 129 Taylor 
Ellon Robert, mining, 310 Pine, room 

47, res 1511 Webster 
Ellstun John W, (Indianopolis Chair 

Manufacturing Co), res Indianopolis, 

Ind 
Ellsworth Timothy, general agent Hart 

ford Life Insurance Company, 618 

Market, res 39 South Park 
Elmer Harry, cashier Joseph E Shain, 

res 314 Bush 
Elsbach Hermann, (Schoenholz Bros & 

Co), res 116 Jones 



EL MONTE MEAT MAR- 

KET, Dittes & Haberly proprie- 
tors, 1604 Geary 

Eloesser Arthur, (Heyneman & Co), res 
825 Mission 

Eloesser Hugo, (Wm Uhlmann & Co), 
res 2206 Jones 

Eloesser Leo, secretary Pacific Hebrew 
Orphan and Home Society also Eu- 
reka Benevolent Society, 414 Clay, 
res 2206 Jones 

Elsaesser Chas, (Woerz & Elsaesser), res 
45 Second 

Elsback Herman, (Schoenholz Bros & 
Co), res 116 Jones 

Elverson F, saloon, Poiut Lobos bet 
First and Second aves, res same 

Eltzer August, lodging house and sa- 
loon, 318 Pacific 

ELVIN HENRY, dealer in wines, 
liquors and cigars. NW cor Main 
and Bryant, res same 

Elwell Frank, tailor, 713 Sutter, res 



Elwert Chas P, druggist, 221 Post, res 

cor Post and Gough 
Emanuel E, West Coast Furniture Co, 

res 10 4 Van Nessave 
Emanuel L, West Coast Furniture Co, 

res 316 Turk 
Emerald Oscar, barber, 226 First, res 

same 

EMERSON & BACON MISS- 

ES, (Miss Nellie Emerson and Miss 
Mae Helene Bacon), copyists and 
transcribers, - 331 Montgomery, 
rooms 40-41 

Emerson E W, dentist, 235 Sixth, res 
same 

Emerson John A, commission merchant, 
521-523 San8ome, res 2415 California 

Emerson Miss Nellie, (Misses Emerson 
& Bacon), res 523 Jessie 

Emery Geo T, rock drills, 30-32 First, 
res 1513 Baker 

Emery H T, assistant secretary Mer- 
chants' Exchange, 431 California, res 
530 Harrison 

Emma G & S M Co, F E Dietz secretary 
Stock Exchange Building 

Emmerich B, barber, 140 Eleventh, res 
same 

Emnietts George, president Succor Con- 
solidated Mining Company, 302 
Montgomery, res 2405 Mission 

Emmons G W, purchasing agent and 
drayman, 214 California, res 616 
Octavia 

lEinpey Charles, coal, wood, hay. grain, 
etc, 847 Mission, res 15 Rincon place 

Empey WmF, president Guide Publish- 
ing Company, res 8H9 Hayes 



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E^ Empire Coal Mine and Railroad Cana- 
pe i nany, M W Belshaw manager, 402 

W EMPIRE FOUNDRY AND 
MACHINE WORKS, 13&- 

Jh ; 145 Fremont 

pfj iEmpire House, lodgiugs, Ben.i J Smith, 
ra ! proprietor, 630-636 Commercial 
S EMPIRE MALT HOUSE J C 

«tr" Bauer & Co, proprietors, 418-424 

Chestnut 
Fmpire Marble Works, Bernard Leddy, 
proprietor, cor Fourteenth and Har- 
rison 
Enderle Theodor, groceries and liquors, 

1254 Mission cor Ninth, re3 same 
Endres Jacob, president Boca Brewing 
^. Co, res 211^ Valencia 
S> Engel Bertha, dressmaker, 324 Seventh 
p£J Enyel Charles, furniture, 1117 Folsom, 
fe res 334 Seventh 

Engel Frederick, meat market, NE cor 

Scott and Ellis, res same 

Engelbert P H & Co, (P H Eugelbert), 
cigar factory, 2506 Mission, res same 
Engelberg's German Bakery and con- 
fectionery, F Siebrecht, proprietor 
416 Kearny 
Engelbrecbt H A, (Engelbrecht, Son & 

Co), res 1523 Webster 
Engelbrecht H, (Engelbrecht, Son & Co), 
res 834 Turk 



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brecht), cigar factory, 21 First 
Engelhardt Albert, proprietor St George 

Hotel, 812 Kearny 
Engelhardt Charles, coffee and chop 

house, 306 Dupont, res 2 Chatham 

place 
Engelharlt Win, saloon, 419 Montgom 

ery ave, res 309 Green 
Engemann H cigars and tobacco, 201 

Fourth, res same 

ENGINGER VICTOR, lodging 

bouse, 11 Eddy and 1016 Market and 

Golden Gate Wire Works, 108 Main 
Englebrecht S, saloon, NE cor Sixth and 

Minna, res 520 Ninth 
Engler Benedict, pork and sausage, 227 

Fourth, res same 
English James, president California 

Spring Manufacturing Co, res 763 

Harrison 

ENGLISH JOHN F, commission 
merchant, «5l3-ol5 Davis, res 2417 
Howard 

English Leland G, (L G English & Co), 
res 1526 California 

ENGLISH L6& CO, (Leland G 
English and James W Tryon), man- 
ufacturers' agents for hardware and 
stoves, 109 California, room 10 



English Warren B, (C H Maddox & Co) 

res 1268 Harrison, Oakland 
Englander L, attorney at law, 647 Mer 

cbant. res 726 Tyler 
English Warren B, (C H Maddox & Co), 

res Oakland 
Engwer Wm, (Alta Soap Co), res 820 

Lombard 
Engwicht Emanuel, saloon, 739 Folsom, 

res same 
Enquist Alfred A, notary public, 436 

Montgomery, res 439 Third 
Enkle Abraham, barber, 1424 Polk, res 

lilufc Pine 
Ennis Miss Kate, varieties, 1905 Geary, 

res same 
Eno Joseph A, inventor Eno's Steam 

Generator, 331 Montgomery, res 219 

Powell 
Ennor Thomns, saloon, 210 Steuart 
ENOS FRANK, proprietor Old 

Corner Saloon, 417 }£ Davis, res cor 

Drumm and Clay 
Enos Joseph L, saloon, 115 Jackson, res 

same 
Enright C, saloon, 411 Pine 
Enrigbt E P, groceries, 1131 Howard 
Enright Charles, physician, 659 Clay, 

re3 same 
Enright John, groceries, 230 Minna, res 

same 
Enright Mrs M, bakery and notions, 317 

Polk, res same 
Enright P, groceries and liquors, SW 

cor Beale and Folsom, res same 
Enright Thomas, liquors, 207 Seventh, 

res 1922 Eddy 
Enright Wm, plumber, 39 Sutter, res 

1115 Devisadero 
ENSIGN WM F, manager W B 

Scarborough & Co, 120 Front, res 627 

Bush 

ENTERPRISE BREWERY, 

F Hillebiandt & Co proprietors, 
2015-2023 Folsom 

ENTERPRISE FOUNDRY, 

(H Scbrader, H Martens, A Ander 
son and J Heaney), castings of every 
description, stove plate, cresting 
and light machinery a specialty, 
231-213 Spear 

ENTERPRISE MILL AND 
BUILDING CO, D a Mac- 
donald pres, W W Macdonald vice- 
pres and R S Falconer secretary, 
manufactory of frames, doors, 
sashes, blinds, mouldings, bar 
counters, store fixtures, etc, 217-225 
Spear and 218-226 Steuart 

Ephraim F, agent Santa Clara County 
Vineyard, 414 Market, res 1628 Clay 

Eppler Andreas, bootmaker, 2052}$ Mis- 
sion, res same 



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ger, Herman Eppinger and E Etllin- 
ger), commission merchants and 
dealers in grain and wool, 302 Cali- 
fornia 

Eppinger Herman, (Eppinger & Co), 
res Dixon 

Eppinger Jacob, (Eppinger & Co), res 
1010 Post 

Epson F, proprietor "La Sociedad, 
Spanish Newspaper, Weekly, 502 
Washington, res 916 Montgomery 

Epstein Emanuel, (Rehfisch & Co), res 
620 Ellis 

Epstein Henry. (Arpad Haraszthy & Co), 
res Europe 

Epstein Max, barber, 104 Polk, res 
same 

Equi Joseph, fruit and vegetables, 1514 
Dupcnt, res same 

Equitable .Life Assurance Association 
(The), Wm D Garland, manager, Geo 
L North Cashier, 240 Montgomery 

Equitable Reserve Fund Life Associa 
tlon of N Y, C M Oakleyf ' general 
agent, 314 Montgomery 

EQUITY I BENEFIT AS- 
SOCIATION, New Plan Lite 
Endowment. Pays to the member 
while living, WE Taylor president 
W N Letcher secretary, room 6 Odd 
Fellows Building 

Erb Morris, tailor, 104 Leidesdorff, res 
174 Clara 

ERBE ADAM, barber, cigars and 
tobacco, lt:42 Sutter, res 5(5 Hyde 

Erenbeig Louis, tailor, 5 Trinity 

Erhard Bros (Jno Erhard and Edward 
Erhard), clothing, 348^ Third 

Erhard Edward (Erhard & Co), res 348 % 
Third 

Erhard Jno (Erhard & Co), res 348^ Third 

Erickson trick, sajoon and lodging 
house, 7 Merchant, res 1116, Wood, 
Oakland 

Erickson P E, cigars and tobacco, 500 
Kearny, 

Erickson Swan, saloon, 425 East, res 
same 

Erie House. Toulouse & Bernadou, pro- 
prietors, 317 Third 

Erlanger & (Jalinger, (Herman Erlanger 
and Meyer Galinger), commission 
and produce, 304 Davis 

Erlanger Herman, (Erlanger & Galin- 
ger), res 2218 California 

Exminold Rev Bro, professor of logic, St 
Mary's College 

Ernst A. diamond setter, 126 Kearny, 
res 402 Ootavia 

Ernst Fritz, groceries and liquors, 1501 
Folsom 



ERNST HENRY, plumbing. 

roofing, and gasntting, 6^4 Broad- 
way, res 1008 Jackson 
Erskine W W, (W W Erskine & Co), res 
2530 Pine 

ERSKINE WW&CO, (R Gird, 

(Pomona) and W W Erskine), deal- 
ers in cigars, tobacco and smokers' 
articles, 2U5-207 Battery 

ErtE, clothing 244-246 Sixth, res 12k 
Russ 

Ertola B A, machinist, 1508 Dupont, 
res same 

Erwin Andrew L, saloon, 1007 Kearny 

Erzgraber A T W. (Erzgraber, GEsting & 
Co), res 2106 Bush 

Erzgraber, Citing & Co. (A T W Erzgra- 
ber and W O (Esting), City of Ham- 
burg. 27-28-29-108 California Market 

ESBERG, BACHMAN & CO, 

(M Esberg, S B^chman.J Ehrniau 
and S L Goldberg), importers and 
dealers in tobacco and cigars, SE 
cor California and Battery and £08- 
512 Washington 

Esberg Mendel, (Esberg, Bachman b 
Co), res 1230 Post 

Eschenhorst H E, (Kuhn & Eschen- 
horst), res 337 Jessie 

Escude Gabriel L. butcher, 504 Valen- 
cia, res 536 5* Valencia 

Esdor Albert, (Siemer & Esdor), res 501 
Jones 

Eserdier George, saloon, 317 East, res 
same 

ESMOND THE, Mrs Mary A Fra- 
zier proprietress, bearding and lodg- 
ing, 43 Sixth 

Espel Louis, groceries, 2100 Howard, res 
2120 Howard 

ESPINA P A, manager Espina's 
Writing Academy, 37 Post 

ESPINA'S WRITING 

ACADEMY, P A Espina mana 

ger, 37 .fo8t 
Essuiann Ernest, dry goods, 1022 Mar 

ket, res luO Jone3 
Estabrook Chas D, (Meyers & Co), res 

012 Mission 
ESTEE. WIESON & MC 

CUTCHEN, (M M Estee, R E 

Wilson and E |J McCutchen, attor 

neys at law, 419 California 
Estee M M, (Estee, Wilson & McCut 

chen), res Palace Hotel 
ESTRADE P, livery stable, 7C8 

Battery 
Estrem Joseph, clothing, 1131 Dupont 
Etrenne Victor, crockery, 218 8ixth 
ETTING WM A, hardware, 111 

Sixth, res 1928 Stevenson 
Ettinger Morritz, fringe manufacturer 

]05 Post, res 1351 Post 



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J Ettlinger B, (Eppinger & Co), res 621 
rr Golden Gate ave 
Q Ettlinger S, furniture, 1016 Howard, res 
• . I same 

SUJ EuphraBius Rev Bro, St Mary* College, 
teacher English and bookkeeping 
jEuler H Jr, (Fuchs & Euler) 
EUREKA BAZAAR, Mrs E A 
Douglas proprietress, lts41 Fillmore 
Eureka Benevolent Society, Leo Eloes- 
ser secretary and manager, 414 Clay 
EUREKA BROOM & 
BRUSH FACTORY LVan 
Laak proprietor, Seventeenth bet 
Howard and Shotwell 
jy [EUREKA CON M CO, Edward 
U» H Willsonsec etary, 306 Pine, room 9 

UJ EUREKA EXCHANGE SA- 
LOON, John Herber proprietor 
1154-1156 Market 

Eureka Hair Works, factory Dolores and 
Fifteenth, office 12 Second 

E ^^x^ A MACHINE 

WORKS, H G Layng proprietor, 
215 First 

Et L I l^ K . A MILITARY 
BAND, A Froment business 
manager, office 1025 Market at D 
Sewell's Photo Parlors 

Eureka Music Hall, Hawkins & Walter- 
stein proprietors, 527 Kearny 

Eureka Rawhide Factory, D J Kelly & 
Co proprietors, cor Eighteenth and 
Folsom 

Eureka Warehouse, Seth Clisby lessee 
cor Montgomery and Chestnut 

EUROPE HOTEL, Mrs E Ortet 
proprietress, 814 Montgomery 

European Express and Freight, A W 
Myer, 401 California 

Evans A, tailor, 507 Hayes, res Tyler 
near Stanyan 

Evans A F (A F Evans & Co), res 1855 
Telegraph ave, Oakland 

Evans A F & Co (A F Evans and J D 
Jones), commission merchants, im- 
porters and distillers agents, 16 
Front 

Evans A H, oyster saloon, res 120 Eddy 

Evans Annie E, Grand Recorder Chosen 
Friends, 6 Eddy, rooms 37-38 

Evans & Bower, oyster saloon, 14 Eddy 

Evans C H, machine works and mecha 
nical engineer, 110-112 Beale, res 
823 Capp 

Evans E, druggist, 510 Hayes, res same 

Evans Evan C, agent Dewar & Webb, 
London, 302 California, res San Ra- 
fael 
rq Evans G A, bootmaker, 1209 Fillmore 
C2 Evans Henry, proprietor New Wiscon- 
*-"" sin Hotel, NE cor Pacific and Mont- 
gomery, res same 



Evans J J, manufacturing stationer 
printer and bookbinder, 406 Califor- 
nia, res 310 Eighteenth 
EVANS J W, general agent Do- 
mestic sewing machines, 29 Post, 
res cor Sixth ave and E Fourteenth, 
Oakland 
Evans Nathaniel (Neimes & Evans), res 

7 75 Mission 
Evans Oliver P, attorney, 230 Mont 

gomery, res 2416 Washington 
Evans Wm M, searcher of records, 325 

Montgomery, res 1003 Powell 
Evarts J J, carpenter, 1219 Steiner 
Evatt Frank (Murdock & Evatt) res 108 

Devisadero 
Eveleth J A (Eveleth & Nash), res 818 

California 
Eveleth & Nash (J A Eveleth and W H 
Nash), commission merchants, 422 
Front ' 

Evenson J J (J E Wells & Co), res 440 

Third 
Everding J & Co (J Everding), commia 
sion 'merchants and starch manu 
facturers, 48 Clay, res 2116 Mason 
Everett A. P, commission merchant, 405 

Front, res San Jose ave, Alameda 
Everett George L, journalist (Alta), res 

Winsor Hotel, Oakland 
Everett House, J C Chattan, proprietor 

51 Second 
Everett Oliver (Huerne & Everett), res 

1912 Webster 
EVERETT S L, proprietor "Wood 
and Iron," 606 Clay, res Winsor 
Hotel, Oakland 
Evers Jas, bootmaker, 573 Howard, rea 

same 
EVERSON WALLACE, presi- 
dent Pacific Surety Co of Cal, 328 
Montgomery, res SW cor Filbert 
and Sixteenth, Oakland 
Everetz Chas P, law student with Henry 
G McPike, res cor Twelfth and Har- 
rison 
Everetz John P, carpet weaver, 89 

Second 
Ewald Theodore, barber, 1218 Stockton, 

res 17}$ John 
Ewell L J, proprietor Coso House, 411 
Sansome, Branch House, 424 San- 
Some, Rest for The Weary, 39 Clay, 
and X L Dairy, Twenty-first and 
Folsom 
EWEN MRS DI HAMIL- 
TON, typewriter copyist, 327 
Pine, res 2105 Steiner 
EWER W B, (Tewey & Co)) res 

1518 Folsom 
Ewer W D & Co, (C F Precht and I Phil- 
lipson), Employment Office, 620 
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EWIG ERNST, proprietor Work- 
ingnien's Saloon, 517 East, res Id 
Antonio 

Ewing John, horseshoer, 1103 Mission 
res 8'»4 McAllister , 

Ewing Thomas, capitalist, Stock Ex- 
change room 21, res Vernal Heights 
Oakland 

Excelsior Coal Co, M R Roberts, Sr 
superintendent, office 5 Spear and 
507-509 East 

Excelsior Hotel, B Arfsten, proprietor 
6O8-6H1 Sixtli 

Excelsior Mill Co, W A Meeker, propri- 
etor, sashes, doors and blinds, 
south side of Bryant near Fifth 

EXCELSIOR REDWOOD 
CO, office 4 California 

EXCELSIOR SHIRT FAC- 
TORY, J C Rogerson, proprietor, 
5_'l Valencia 

Excelsior Straw Works.J H Babbitt, pro- 
prietor, 120 Fourth 

Excelsior Water and Mining Co, (Smarts- 
ville), office 215 Sansome, Wm J 
Stewart, secretary 

EXCELSIOR WIRE 

WORKS) Justinian Caire, pro 

prietor, 521-523 Market 
Exchange for Woman's Work, Mrs E W 

Townsend, president, Mrs Moses 

Hopkins, treasurer, 216 Post 
Exchequer M Co, Chas E Elliot, secreta 

ry, 79 Nevada Block 
Exodius Madame Julia, clairvoyant, 116 

Sixth 
Eybs W, saloon, 920-922 Market, res 515 

Franklin 
EYRE E E, president Germania 

Lead Works, office 314 California 

res Menlo Park 
EYRE MANUEL, attorney at 

law, 220 Sansome, res 1822 Buchanan 



Faber Richard, groceries, SW cor Bush 

and Baker, res same 
Faber William , saloon, SW cor Sixth and 

Market, res 546 Jessie 
Fabian Bros, (Ernest M and Charles A 

Fabian), groceries, cor Stockton and 

Filbert and cor Bush and Franklin 
Fabian Charles A, (Fabian Bros), res 

1701 Stockton 
Fabian Maurh-e, Raloon, 984 Folsom 



FABYAN KNIFE CO, (S Y> 

SAO Jones & Co agents, 109 Call' 
fornia 

Fagan Mrs Elizabeth, bakery, 337 Sixth 
res same 

Fagan James, livery stable, 332 Bush, 
res 611 Powell 

Fagen E A, dressmaker, 401 Leaven 
worth 

Fagothey Bros, (Frank Fagothey and 
Dennis Fagothey), groceries, NW 
cor Turk and Jones 

Fagothey Dennis, (Fagothey Bros), res 
1604 Howard 

Fagothey Frank, (Fagothey Bros), res 
NW cor Turk and Jones 

Fahey John, liquors retail, 432 Valen- 
cia, res tame 

Fahrenholz Henry, florist and seeds- 
man, 1032 Market 

Fahrenkrug Wm, (Wm Fahrenkrug & 
Co), res 1086 Howard 

FAHRENKRUG WM & Ca 

(Wm Fahrenkrug and F Otterstedt), 
groceries and liquors, NW cor How- 
ard and Seventh 

Fahy Mrs Ann, lodgings, res same 

FAIR J G, capitalist, C S Neal secy, 
230 Montgomerv, res Occidental 
Hotel 

FairbankChas E, 534 Fifteenth, Oak- 
land 

Fairbank H A, secretary California Fruit 
Union, res 4c*8 Geary 

Fairbanks Joseph F, barber, 879 Seven 
teenth 

Fairbank N K 4 Co, soap manufacturers, 
Chas W Bittman, agent, 121 Cali- 
fornia 

FAIRBANKS &HUTCHIN- 
SON, Fairbanks Standard Scales, 
517-519 Market 

Fairweather J A, (Nygh & Fairweather), 
attorney at law, res 16 Grove 

Fairweather J R, sashes, doors and 
Blinds 132-134 Berry, bet Third and 
Fourth, res 4u7 Steiner 

Faist Chas G, photographer, 3 Fourth, 
res 1601 Hyde 

Faivre John, fruit and cigars, Park ter- 
minus, Hayes, res cor Fell and Stan- 
yan 

Talch Otto, (Page & Falch), res 818 
Octavia 

Falck B & Co, (B Falck and Wm Rob- 



merchants, 215-217 



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Fabris N. fish dealer, stall 8, 'Clay St 

Market, res 13 H Hinckley 
Fatris V, fish, Btall 17 Clay St Market, 

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Falk & Simon, (Alexander Simon and 
Jerome Falk), groceries, 801-803 
Larkin 
Falk Sol, (Koenigsberger, Falk & Meyer), 
1601 Scott 

Falkenau Louis. (Falkenau & Reese), 
res San Rafael 

FALKENAU & REESE, (Louis 
Falkenau and Henry w Reese), 
State Assay office, 328 Montgomery, 
room 16 

FALKENHAHN FERDI- 
NAND, saloon, 21, Sixth, res 4,6 
Menaa.a 

Falkenstein & Co, (Henry Falkenstein 
and — Siebenhauser), wholesale to- 
bacco and cigars, 300-302 Battery 

Falkenstein Henry, (Falkenstein & Co), 
res Palace Potel 

Falkingham Edwin, Pacific Coast Chil 
diens Carriage Works, Sixteenth, 
bet Folsom and Harrison, res same 

FALKNER, BELL & CO, (fi 
i) Harrison and J l> Walker, Lon 
don), shipping and commission 
merchants, proprietors wool agency 
warehouse and Lloyd's agents, 406 
408-410 California 

Fallon Matt, (Buckley & rallon), res 
612 Taylor 

Fallon & Buckley, (M Fallon and C F 
Buckley, saloon, 318 Bush 

Fallon Wm, capitalist, 330 Pine, room 
31, res 612 Taylor 

Fallon Thos, (estate of), office 330 Pine, 
room 31 

FANCHER CHAS H Jr, 
manager C B Piatt & Co, res 132 
Sixth 

FANCY CRACKER CO, J G 

Mucdonald proprietor, 112o Market 

res 1806 Mason 
Fanning Thomas, groceries, wines and 

liquors, NW cor Mason and Green, 

res same 
Fantina Antonio, (Sartorl & Fantina) 

res Roma Hotel 
FARADIC ELECTRIFIER 

CO, E d A Noiton agent Pacific 

Coast 1228 Market, room 1 
FARCK BROS, (Nicholas Farck 

and Conrad Farck), willow, rattan 

and esparto ware, 934 Howard 
Farck Conrad. (Farck Bros), res 934 

Howard 
Farey J & Co, (J Farey), manufacturers 

mirrors, 121 Washington 
Farey Julius, (J Farey & Co), res 121b 

Kearny 
Fargo E A, (E A Fargo h Co), res 1919 

Sutter 
Fargo E A & Co, (E A and J B Fargo), 

wines and liquors, 316 Front 



Fargo J B, (E A Fargo & Co), res 1310 
O'Farrell 

Farless T A, (Pettigrew k Farless), res 
517 Mason 

Farley James, bootmaker, 1612 Polk, res 
2607 Polk 

Farley John F, Isaloon, 206-208 Sutter, 
res 821 Hai°ht 

Farley Mrs Margaret, groceries, cor 
Duncan and Guerrero, res same 

Farley Michael, saloon, North Beach 

FARMERS CO-OPERAT 
IVE UNION, (Stockton i, Paul- 
sel & Wilbur, managers, grain and 
shipping commission merchants, 
Branch office, 314 California 

FARMER'S EXCHANGE, 
John Resing, propiietor, Mission 
Road, opp St Mary's College 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Banic of Sav- 
ings (in liquidation), L G Harvey 
secretary, 313 California 

FARMERS AND MER. 
CHANTS BU SilNESS 

AGENCY, H M Covert, Man- 
ager, C P Crow, financier, grain, 
wool and pioduce, 203 Sacramento 

F ARNFIEED C P, secretary An- 
glo Nevada Assurance Corporation, 
410 Pine, res Cosmos Club 

Farnham James G, wood and coal, 1436 
Valencia, res 921 Dolores 

Farnham J H, (Farnham & Co), res 824 
Fulton 

FARNHAM J H & CO, (J H 

Farnham and P IS Preble, ship 
wrights, caulkers, and spar makers 
6 Folsom 

Farnham John, baths, Bay, bet Powell 
and Mason, North Beach, res 1010 
Union 

Farnsworth A C, hardware, 109 Call 
fornia, res 514 Sutter 

Farnsworth David L, (Farnsworth & 
Ruggles), res 125 Golden Gate ave 

Farnsworth & Ruggles, (D L Farns 
worth) and John Ruggles), truck- 
men, 100 California 

Farnum Charles E, physician, 672 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Farquharson Charles D, manager, Viai 
tacion Water Co, res 614 Sutter 

Farquharson David, president Califor- 
nia 8avings and Loan Society, 1 
Powell, res 502 Van Ness ave 

Farran Mrs S M. millinery, 2011 Mis- 
sion, res same 

Farrar Benjamin F, furniture, etc, 1555 
to 1569 Market 

Farrar Fred W, (California Gas Fixture 
Co), res off Valencia, bet Seven 
teeuth and Eighteenth 
Farrell Mrs Annie, bakery, 267 Sixth 



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Farrell Mrs James, groceries 

iOma, les same 
Farrell John, boot maker, 703 Howard 
Farrell Mrs John, employment office, 

705 Polk, res same 
Farrell John T, plumber, stoves and 

tinware, 446 Valencia, res same 

FARRELL JOSEPH F, 

blacksmith, 1313 Brodeiick, res 21o6 
O'Farrell 

Farrell Michael, butcher, 424 Fourth 
res Oakland 

Farrell Michael, saloon, cor Sierra and 
Maryland, res same 

Farrell Michael, wood and coal, 534 
Fulton, res same 

Farrell Thomas J, plumber, 1211 Mar- 
ket, res 15 Carolina 

FARREN J W, wagonmaker and 
blicksrnitb, repairing a specialty 
121 Beale, res 5U0 Harrison 

Farrelly James M, saloon, 115 Leides 
dorff , res 422 Natoma 

FARWELL WILLARD B 

capiialist, b24 Pine, room 3, re: 
1823 steiner 

FASHION RESTAURANT 

(NEW). (Jaques Waechter and 
Phelix tierta, proprietors), 501 Mar 
ket and 5 Sutter 
FASHION SALOON, Charles F 
Olive , proprietor, 40 Eddy 

FASHION SHOEING SHOP 

Owen Ryan, p.opriet<>r, 215 Ellis 

Fashion Straw Works, Byne & Davis, 31 
Commercial 

Fass Bros, (Nathan Fass and Jacob 
Fass), merchant tailors, 323 Bush 

Fass Jacob, (Fass Bros), res 623 Cali- 
fornia 

Fass Nathan, (Fass Bros), res 623 Califor 
nia 

FASSETT & iCO, (W Fassett), 
Columbia Gas Saver, 108 Eddy, res 
10.5 Twenty- First 

Fassett J F, attorney-at-law, 230 Mont- 
gomery, room 23, res 1507 California 

Fassett & McDonald, (W A Fassett and 
E A McDonald), hardware, 100 
O'Farrell 

Fassett W O, (Fassett & McDonald), res 
513 Ellis 

FASSEER BERNARDIN, 

iair Wind Beer Hall, 301 East, res 
same 

Father de Smet Con G M Co, Henry 
Dea«. secretary, 44 Nevada Block 

FATJO J J, boarding house, 1306 
Polk, cor Bush 

FaubelJohn. meat market, 2432 Sacra- 
mento, res same 

Faulkner H W, physician and Burgeon, 
906 Market, res same 



Na- Faull Win, (Merry, Faull & Co), res 2023; 
Broadway 
Faulstich Thaddens, saloon, SE cor of 

Harrison and Fifth, res same 
Fauser Charles, butcher, Raihoad ave, 1 
bet Paraguay and Teneriffe, res' 
same 



FAUSS OTTO &. CO, (Otto 
Faus andG BKlineklauss), proprie- 
tors Willows Brewery. SE cor Mis- O 
sion and Nineteenth jLl 

Fauss Otto, (O Fauss & Co), res 609 M 
Nineteenth , Tn 

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Fava Amadeo, fruit, 1146 Folsom, res m 

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Favilla C, furniture, 1513 Stockton 
Favilla Cherubino, cigars and tobacco, 

415 Broadway 
Fawcet S, (S Fawcet & Co), res 80o| 

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Fawcet S& Co, (S Fawcet), fruits, etc. /N 

69 Centre Market ! m 

Fay Andrew, butcher, 1573 Market, res' -mm 

1520 Twenty- Fourth I U 

Fay Ed, (Doyle & Fay), res 2315 Cali-j"H 

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Fay Patrick, bakery, 420 Third, res m 

same W 

Fay Robert, piano manufacturer., 1729 «^ 

Mission 
Fay S J, (Roundey & Fay), res 521 Fine 
Fay Thomas P, furniture, 937 Folsom, 

res same 
Fazacke-.ley Mrs Sarah, bakery, NE cor 

Guerrero and Alvarado, res same 
Fearn Miss, dress maker, 6 Eddy, room 

112, res same 
Fechheimer B C, manager plaza stores, 

r< s 1510 Pine 
Fechheimer Charles S, general mer-.- 

chandise, 706 to 720 Kearny ' fj 

Fechheimer, Goodktnd & Co, (II S Fecb- /-s 

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C E Adler and C Fishel), wholesale m 

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res same 
Feder Isador, tailor, 631 Sacramento, 

res 627 Larkin 
Feder R, general merchandise, 415-417 

Hayes, res 4'i6J$ Hayes 
Feder S, (Rosenthal, Feder & Co), res 

1234 Golden Gate ave 
Federal Hotel, J Dicaud, proprietor, 

1205 Stockton 
PEDERLEIN JAY. proprietor 

Daily Shipping and Hotel News, 

415 Market, res 2788 Howard 



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S Fedora Kid Glove Factory, Limousin & 

J3 Penez. proprietors, 20 Geary 

P> Feely Dennis, lodgings. 

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M FEENEY JAMES, groceries and 

^t l bakery, 310 Thirteenth, cor Isis, res 

££ Fehlemeleher A, salmon, 649 Clay, res 

7% FEIBUSH MARCUS, groceries 

g I and liquors, NW cor Geary and Oc- 

£* I tavia, les same 

*~\ Feig Alexander, second-hand store, 151 

-3 I Third, res 12 Hubbard 

<*• Feige Henry, carpenter, 1 Lick alley off 

rj> ! Mission, ies 1024% Capp 

I Feige Robert, tailor, 921 Howard 
»-■ Feigenbaum B, (Feigenbaum & Co), res 
^J 505 Van Ness ave 

Feigenbaum & Co, (B Feigenbaum, L 

T Schwartzschild and J Feigenbaum^, 

_3 notions, 520-526 Market, 21-25 Sutter 

p£J Fiegenbaum J, iFiegenbaum & Co), res 

1014 Van Ness ave 
rA FEIli L D, groceries, NW cor Ellis 
- I and Hyde, res 401 Hyde 

FEILING L & CO, (L Feiling), 

commission dairy ptoduce, 324 Clay 

FeilinR L, (L Feiling & Co, res 522 

Eighteenth 
Feisel Frederick T. blacksmith, 1; 

Mission, res 1412 O'Farrell 
Feist A, (Feist & Co), res Occidental 
Hotel 

p3 Feist & Co, (A Fei3t). general merchan 
»>. ! dise, office, 111 Sansome 
i^ Feld J, tailor, 1049% Market, res 725 

Bush 

Xjy Feldman Henry, saloon, 613 Brannan, 
c^ res same 

E5 Feldman O J, (Kaufman & Feldman) 
j res 118% Twelfth 

H Feldman John D, groceries, NW cor 
*~j Haight and Scott, res same 

^ Feldman L. (L Feldman & Co), res N 
fc" 1 cor Twenty-First and Shotwell 

- Feldman L, jr, (L Feldman & Co), res 
53 NE cor Twenty-First and Shotwell 

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Felsenthal P, (P Felsenthal & Co), res 

2527 Filmore 
Felsenthal P & Co. (Philip Felsenthal 

and A K Arnold), tailors, 335 Bush 
Felsing Fred, (Winter & Felsing), res 

531 % Shotwell 
Felt Everett, confectionery, SF&NP 

wharf, foot of Clay, res 22 Clay 
Felt J R, restaurant, 2 "11 Polk 
Fengler Oscar, boot maker, 7 Mission, 

res 312 Ninth 
Fengler Rudolph, shoemaker, 22 Hayes, 

res 71 Brady 
Fenili Emilia, fruits, 501 Kearny, res 



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dealers in wood and willow ware 
manuf'rs of brooms and brushes 
dealers in cordage, twines, feather 
dusters, wringers, stationery wrap- 
ping papers, paper bags demijohns, 
etc, 315-317 Sacramento 

Fellows Mrs L, (Fellows & Zickel), res 
336 Sixth 

Fellows & Zickel, (Mrs L Fellows and 
Miss A Zickel), dress makers, 336 
Sixth 

PXLSEN KELLER GAR- 
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Fenk Frank, Bavarian Beer Depot, 

Greenwich, cor Scott, res same 
FENKHAUSEN A & CO, (A, c 

and R Fenkhausen). impoiters and 

jobbers of wines and liquors, 414 

Front 
Fenkhausen A, (A Fenkhausen & Co), 

reslOODevisadero 
Fenkhausen C, (A Fenkhausen & Co), 

res 100 Devisadero 
Fenkhausen, R, (A. Fenkhausen & Co), 

res 812 McAllister 
Fenn J H, shirt factory, 1505 Market 

res same 
Fenner & Johnstone, (Mrs O B Fenner 

MrB S Johnstone), restaurant, 1236 

Valencia 
Fenner Mrs O B, (Fenner & Johnstone) 

res 1236 Valencia 
Fenton J A, groceries, 1321 Larkin, res 

14 9 Larkin 
Fenton W E, cashier, with Harmon & 

Sears, res 613 Turk 
Feraro S, fish, New Clay St Market, res 

103 Pacific 
Ferguson E W, (Moore, Ferguson & Co) , 

res 2814 Clay 
Ferguson Phineas F, (Hall & Ferguson), 

res 102 Vicksburg 
Fisher A, (Simpson & Fisher), 2214 

Larkin 
Ferguson J P & Son, (J P Ferguson and 

W J Ferguson), livery stable, 134- 

136 Seventh 
Furguson J P, (J P Ferguson & Son), 

res 21 Russ 
Ferguson W J, (J P Ferguson & Son), 

res 21 Russ 
Ferguson John, saloon, 501 Kearny 
Ferguson B W, (Moore, Ferguson & Co) 
FERGUSON S S & CO, (S 8 

a eigu=on), carpet beating and reao 

vating. (successors to McDowell & 

Baldwin), 21-25 Tenth 
Ferguson S S, (S S Ferguson & Co), res 

313 Hayes 
Ferguson T H, dentist, 34 Kearny 



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FERLE REDENTORE, fresh 

and smoked hsh aod shell-fish, 

1215 Mission, res same 
Fernandez Puilip, cigars and tobacco, 

200 Sixth 
Fernbach Victor, secretary Brophy and 

Bonanza Mining Companies, 327 

Pine, res 1617 Sutter 
Fernhof Fred, carpenter, 532 Jones, res 

12 Metcalf place 

FERRAL ROBERT, attorney* 

at-law, 526 Montgomery 
Ferrine Mrs Nellie, bakery, etc, 1126 

Larkin, res same 
Ferrini Bartolomeo, restaurant, 207 

Post, res 1C8 Steiner 
Ferris A S, Physician, 1623 Bush, res 



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Ferris David, bootmaker, 603 Bush, res 

235 Hayes 
Ferriter Patrick, boarding-house, 907 

Folsom, res same 

FERRY HOUSE, oysters and 

coaee, PYlautin, proprietor, 715-717 

Davis 
Fessenden S H (R A Swain & Co), res 

Boston, Mass 
Fetsch Jacob, furniture, 271 First, res 

same 
Fett Chas, groceries, 931 Folsom, res 

934 Folsom 
Fetz Joseph, saloon, SE cor Third and 

Mission, res 219 Minna 
Feuchtwanger Sigmund, (Neustadter 

Bros), res Portland, Oregon 
Feusier Louis, (Martin, Feusier & Co) 

res 1027 Green 
Fey Mrs K, bakery, 236 First, res same 
Fey Miss Tena, bakery, cor Kearny and 

Vallejo 

Feyhl John, bakery and coffee saloon 
Odd Fellows Building. Market and 
Seventh 

Fiazzi Ricardo, fruits, 11053$ Howard 
res same 

Fice Richard, groceries, 1735 Market 
res same 

Fichner Chas (Fichner & Schram), res 
cor Montgomery and Jackson 

Fichner & Schramm, (Chas Fichner and 
Karl Schramm), saloon. 621 Com- 
mercial 

FICKETT J E, drayman NW cor 
Be.Ue and Howard 

Fi tsr oy & Fiddes> ' ™ 

CO OfNY, ( fue), James R Gar 
h ,5 a A ge ^ eral agent > 219Sansome 
Field A B, (Field & Stone), res 1«4 Sa- 
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FIELD & CONNORLY, deal 
era in wines, liquors and cigars 
N\\ cor Steuart and Harrison res 
407 Spear 

Field Chas A, manager Producer's 
Marble Co, res 327 Larkin 

Fiel Charles L, agent The Sawver Tai> 
ning Co. res 422 Uearv 

FIELD HENRY K, general agent 
*.e\v England Mutual Life Ins Co ; 

w . 324 Montgomery, res East Oakland '| 

Field H S (Hammersmith & Field) res' 
615 Taylor 

Field Mrs MH, stamping and erabroi-i 
dery, 155 Eleventh 

Field Thomas, artist, 608 Market and ° 
Post, res 917% Filbert 

FIELD & STONE (A B Field and 
B F Stone), grain dealers, commis- 
sion merchants and brokers and 
agents Petaluma Packing Co, sal- 
mon, canned fruits, etc, 126 Califor- 
nia 

Fields J L, mining secretary, 330 Pine 
room 20 

Fielitz William, groceries and liquors 
259 Fourth, res 251 Fourth 

Fife E D, manager with Cluff Bros, 401 
Hayes, res ^40 Oak 

FIFIELD WILLIAM H, att 'y 

at law, 230 Montgomery, rooms 18 
and 19. res i!52 E Fourteenth, Oak- 
land 

FIGARO (THE), J P Bogardus 
publisher, office 532 Merchant 

Figel Arthur, insurance broker -with 
SOUTHERN CALIFOR- 
NIA INS CO, 405 California, 
res 1518 Franklin 

Figel E P (Figel & Lewis), res 1518 
Franklin 

FIGEL JOS, merchant tailor, fur- 
nishing goods and clothier, 211 
Montgomery, res 1414 McAllister 

Figel & Lewis (E P Figel and B L Lewis 
cigar manufacturers, 325 Sacramento 

Figer Benedict, carpet sweeper manu- 
facturer, 231 Post, res 828 Pacific 

Figer H J (Figer & Langland) res 828 
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Figer & Langland (H J Figer and R N 
Langland brush factory, 124 Eddv 

Fike Nathan (Fike & Norton) res Oak- 
land 

Fike <fe Norton, (Nathan Fike and Reu- 
ben Norton) junk, 740 Pacific 

Filgate Henry P, saloon, 702 Mission. 
res 11 Clinton 

Fillipich Nicholas, (N Filliplch & Co), I 
res 16 Bryant 



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Barbich), restaurant, 16 Bryant 
Fillipi T B de.acadeiny of languages, 320 

Post, res 6j0 Bush 
Filkins Geo E, attorney at law, 330 Pine, 

room 47 
FILLIOT MRS F, pork packer 123 

bixth res same 

FILLMORE CHARLES W, 

groceries, wines and liquors, 186 
Fourteenth, res same 
FILMER AND STILLER 
ELECTROTYPE CO, * 

Filmer, president, P B Stiller, vice- 
president, Ai Rollins, secretary, 414 
Sacramento 

Filmer W, (The Filmer & Stiller Electro- 
type Co), res 25 Clinton Park 

FINCH PHILETUS, saloon, 417 
Fourth, res same 

Finck Julius, ("Will & Finck), res Oak- 
land 

Finetti G F, wood and coal, 515 Pacific, 
res same 

Fininger H L, jewelry manufacturer, 
126 Kearny 

Fink A W, dairy produce, 50-51 "Wash- 
ington Market, res 1015 Vallejo 

Fink C, (Fink, Rau & Schindler), res 214 
Capp 

Fink Chas, (Z Zacharias & Co), res 830 
Twentieth 

Fink D, dairy produce, 111 Seventh, res 



Fiuk Engelbert, (Schlewecck & Fink) 
res 444 1 rannan 

Fink, Rau & Schindler, (G Ran, A C 
Schindler, C link), furniture, 1311 
1315 Market 

FINKE-A FINKE'S WID- 
OW, F C Muller, manager, Cham- 
pagne manufacturer, 811 Mont- 
gomery 

Finke Henry, grocer, SW cor Post and 
Baker 

FINKING RICHARD, mer- 
chant tailor, 841 Kearny, res 1116 
Turk 

Finlavson James R, secretary State Cen- 
tral Committee, 419 California, room 
28, res 2020 J^ Bush 

Finley David, pile driver and wharf 
builder. 10 California 

Finley J R, real estate agent, 915 % Mar- 
ket 

Finley T R, attorney at law, room 2, 425 
Montgomery 

Finnerty Mrs, ladies' nurse, 410 Clem- 
entina 

Finnerty John, saloon, 211 Stevenson, 
res 235 Stevenson 

Finn James, groceries, 1121 Folsom, res 



Judson Manufacturing Co, 8 Pine, 
res cor Shattuck ave and Gilman, 
Berkeley 

Finn John F, Judge Superior Court De- 
partment 3, New City Hall 

Finnen August, saloon, SWcorClayand 
Kearny, res 1 Yerba Buena 

Finney Chas, barber, 8 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res 2224 Adeline, Oakland 

Firch William, bakery, 804 Greenwich, 
res same 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, Chas 
A Laton general agent, 439 Califor- 
nia 

FIREBAUGH H C, attorney at 
law, 5i8 California, res 2509 Clay 

Fire Insurance Association of London, 
Jacobs, Easton & Chalmers, associate 
managers, 423 California 

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ANuL UUj dent, W J Dutton 
secretary ,401 California cor Sansorae 

FIREMANS' INS CO OF 
MANCHESTER, ENG- 
LAND, Hutcuinson & Mann 
agents, NE cor California and San- 
some 

FIREMANS' INS CO, of New 
ark, New Jersey, Hutchinson i 
Mann agents, NE cor California and 
Sansome 

Fire Underwriter Inspection Bureau, 
F H Porter chief surveyor, 307 San- 
some 

First Congregational Church, Rev Chas 
Danna Barrows pastor, cor Post and 
Mason 

First Infantry Regiment Band, Chas H 
Casassa leader, office 223 Kearny 

First Free Baptist Church, N L Rowell 
pastor, Bush, near Sutter, south 
side 

First Jerusalem Church, (Swedenbor- 
gian), O'Farrell bet Mason and Tay- 
lor 

First Methodist Church, Powell bet 
Washing. on and Jackson 

First National Bank of San Francisco, 
(The) Daniel Callaghan president, E 
D Morgan cashier, cor Montgomery 
and Summer 

First Presbvterian Church, Rev R Mac- 
Kenzie D D pastor, SE cor Van Ness 
ave and Sacramento 

First Reformed Church, (German), 
Eleventh bet Market and Mission 

FIRST STREET HOUSE, 

Jacob Home proprietor, 64-66 First 
Fir=t Unitarian Church, Geary bet Du- 
pont and Stockton 



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First United Presbyterian Church, Rev 
M M Gibson pastor, Mason bet 
Ellis and Eddv 

First "Ward Market, Henry Eggert pro- 
prietor, SW cor Union and Mont- 
gomery 

Firth J Kirk, (Edward A Rix & Co), res 
710 Franklin 

Firth Thomas & Sons, (limited), Shef- 
field, England, manufacturer best 
Crucible Steel, Abner Doble agent, 
13-15 Fremont 

Fishbeck & Glootz, (Herman Fishbeck 
and Adolph Glootz), New England 
Soap Co' al4 Sacramento 

Fischbeck Herman, (New England Soap 
Co), res 215 Thirteenth 

FISCHER ADOLPH, (Otio & 

Fischer), res 34 Golden Gate ave 
Fischer Mrs Agnes, dressmaker, 1504 

Montgomery ave 
Fischer Alexander, barber, 923 Mont- 
gomery, res 928 Montgomery 
Fischer Bros, (Frauk Fischer and Char- 



213j CO 

Fish Theodore J, grocer, NE cor Mis- m 
sion and Twentyfourth, res 2410 I ' 
Mission j ^Q 

Fisher A, ladies' furnishing goods, 310 : -n 
Sixth, res 920 McAllister -U 

FISHER BROS, (Oscar Fisher), ~K 
dry goods, 158 Third r Z 

Fisher C A, (Fisher & Co) , res 309 Jones '• UJ 

Fisher C C, real estate, 327 Pine, res|_ 
214 Fell T| 

Fisher Charles "W, (Brunt & Fisher), res 
531 Poet 

Fisher & Co, (C A Fisher), hatters, 9 
Montgomery 

Fisher F, groceries, 327 Tehama 

Fisher Frederick, bootmaker, 2249 Mis- 
sion 

Fisher Geo A, manufrs' agent, 109 Cal- 
ifornia, res 1619 Larkin 

Fisher Godfrey, (J Baumgarten & Co), 
res 824 O'Farrell 

Fisher J H Sr, (Fisher Packing Co), res 
2422 Bryant 

Fisher J H Jr (Fisher Packing Co), res 
2422 Bryant 



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Fischer Charles, (Fischer Bros), res 711- FISHER L, P, newspaper adver 



713 Turk 

Fischer E A, (Schultz & Fisher) 
Fischer F L & Co, (F L Fischer), prin- 
ting, 518 Sacramento, res 807 Ade- 
line, Oakland 
Fischer Frank, (Fischer Bros), 711-713 

Turk 

Fischer Geo, butcher, 923 Larkin 
Fischer Herman, stationery, 1110 Steiner 
Fischer Isaac, (Levy & Fischer), res 12 

Willow ave 
Fischer John, restaurant, 134 Third, res 
48 Everett 

FISCHER JULIUS, (Fischer & 

Schloh), res Oaklaud 
Fischer Louis, butcher, 1129 Folsom 
Fischer Nicholas, barber, 3403 Geary 

FISCHER & SCHLOH, (Julius 
Fif-cher and Ferdinand Schloh), res- 
taurant. 109 Grant ave 

Fischer Sigmund, furniture and car- 
pets, 113 Third 

Fischer Wm, boot and shoemaker, 202 
Montgomery ave and K05 Kearny 

Fish A H, secretary, Utah Mining Co, 
23 Nevada Block, res 2410 Mission 

Fish A L, steam pumps, engines and 



tising agent, 21 Merchants' Ex 
change, res 926 Myrtle, Oakland 
Fisher Michael, tailor, 131 Third 

FISHER OSCAR, (Fisher Bros) 
res 158 Third 

Fisher Packing Co, (J H Fisher Sr and 
J H Fisher Jr), 509 to 517 Commer- 
cial 

Fisher Samuel, tailor, 131 Third, res 911 
Howard 

Fisher "Wm, grocer, 772 Mission, res 
2211 Mason 

Fisherman's market, foot of Union 

Fisk Asa, capitalist, 240 Montgomery 
res 700 Hayes 

Fiske H C Jr (H C Fiske Jr & Co), res 
cor Tenth and Jefferson, Oakland 

Fiske H C Jr & Co (H C Fiske Jr) gen- 
eral agents Davis Sewing Machines, 
718 "Washington 

Fiske Henry M, physician, Phelan Build- 
ing, room 24, res 2100 Bush 

FrrCH GEORGE K, manager 
San Francisco Bulletin Co, res 703 
Bush 

Fitch Geo L, physician, 32 O'Farrell, 
res 604 Haight 



machinery, 30-32 First, res Oakland | Fitch G W ' physician, 2126 Fillmore 
i^ish C H, president Con Cal and Vir- Fitcn <* W dry goods. 11*1 Mission 

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Fish J H, president Granite Powder Co, 

res Oakland 
Fish T F, mining, 23 Nevada Block, res 

2410 Mission 



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quors, -,0o California, res E side 
Church near Twenty-third 

Fitter Fibe H, saloon, SW cor Jackson 
and East, res 1 Jackson 

Fitton Walter H, attorney at law, 220 
Sansome, res 317 Stockton 

Fitzau Adalbert, grocer, 400 McAllister 

| Fitzgerald Austin, tailor, res 710 Clay 

JFitzgerald & Co, tailois, 12* Kearny 

Fitzgeiald James, grocer, SE cor Harri- 
son ami Tenth 

FITZGERALD J C, manager 
Wasp, res 4i8 Sutter 

Fitzgerald John, grocer. 635 Howard 

Fitzgerald John, grocer, 446 Clementina 

i itzgerald John, tanner, res 105 Twenty- 
fourth 

Fitzgerald L grocer, 223 Perry 

Fitzgerald M C, officer Merchant's Ex- 
change Boarding Station, res ft Pow- 
ell 

Fitzgerald Patrick, grocer, 560 Mission 

FITZGERALD THOMAS, 
groceries, wine3 and liquors, 158 
Shipley 

Fitzgerald Thomas, (Fitzgerald & Con- 
Ion), res 1521 California 

Fitzgerald W T, General Freight and 
Passenger Agent S P C R R. res 729 
Pine 

FitzgibbonG J, physician, 760 Mission 

Fitzhenry Jas, saloon, 532 Commercial, 
res 3^5 Jessie 

Fitzler Mrs J, bakerv, 406 Third 

FITZPATRICK & DORAN, 
(M Jtitzpatrick and T L Doran), sa- 
loon, The Adelaide House, 73 Fourth 

Fitzpatrick James, (Caulheld & Co), res 
610 Bryant 

j Fitzpatrick Martin, livery stable, 814 

Mis-ion 
JFitzpatiick Morgan, (Fitzpatrick & Do- 
i: a), res Prospect ave opp Twenty- 

| ninth 

Fitzpatr.ck M, tailor, 109 Fourth, res 29 
Mission 

FITZPATRICK & OWENS, 
(Timoihy Fitzpatrick and J V Ow- 
ens) wines, liquors and cigars, cor 
Fourth and Jessie 
IFitzpatrick S and E E, (Misses Sarah and 
Emeric E Fitzpatrick), dressmakers 
and milliners, 339 Eddy 

Fitzpatrick Timothy, (Fitzpatrick & Ow- 
ens), res 511 Minna 
iFitzpatrick W E, dentist, 1001 Market, 

reB 1435 Pine 
(Flageolett Henry C, butcher, 912 Valen- 
cia, res 618 Eighteenth ' 
|Flagg Mme T E, dressmaker, 224 Taylor 

Flaglor A P, photographer, SE coi 
Ninth and Market 



Flaherty F A, grocer, 1806 Market, res 

424 Fourteenth 
Flaherty Richard, (Larkin & Flaherty), 

res Oakland 
Flaherty Simon M, grocer, 1910 Mission 
Flanagan L O, (Flanagan & Maguire), 

res SW cor Duncan and Guerrero 
Flanagan & Maguire, (L G Flanagan and 

A B Maguire), wood and coal, cor 

Eighteenth and Fol3om 
Flanders Thomas, lodging house, 1130 

Market 
Flanigan P, dry goods, 152 Sixth, res 

1017 Howard 
Flannery Mrs Mary, grocer, cor Fulton 

and Franklin, res same 
Flannigan P J, collector, 318 Pine, room 

10 
Flathman C, saloon, SW cor Market and 

Steuart, res 23 Market 
Flatly John Edward, drayman, SW cor 

Mission and Third, res 4i6 Clemen- 
tina 
Flatow Philip, diuggist, NE cor Geary 

and Jones, res 81u Hyde 
Flavan J M, baths, Bay, bet Taylor and 

Jones 
Flavin M J, I X L store, (and L V Merle 

& Co), 924 to 928 Market, res 821 

Golden Gate ave 
Fleischel Geo, locksmith, 612 Califor- 
nia, res 515 Union 
Fleishman Jacob, books and stationery, 

105i Valencia 
Fleischmau John, barber, 203 Third, 

res 9 Howard court 
Fleisher Wolf, hats and caps, 108 Bat- 
tery, res 419 Hyde 
Fleishacker A, paper box maker, 532 

Market, res 211u California 
FLEISHMAN B M, manager D 

Goodman, res 7 26 Grove 
Fleishman Chas, (Fleishman & Semler), 

res 3 Bush place 
Fleishman & Semler, Chas Fleishman 

and John Semler, barbers, 315 

Kearny 

FLEMING MRS GRACE, 

lodging-house, 309 Grant ave 

Fleming J T, attorney at law, 426 Cali- 
fornia, room 4, res cor Twenty- 
third and Folsom 

Fleming Mark, barber, 2002 Folsom, 
res 1929 Howard 

Fleming P E, grocer, 400 Ninth, res 
1308 Harrison 

Fleming & Stetson, (W A Fleming and 
J W Stetson), draymen, 409 Battery 

Fleming W A, (Flemiuc & Stetson), res 
cor Second and Folsom 

FLEMING W M, (P F McNulty 
& Co), re3 232 Seventh 

Fletcher C A, physician, 14 Grant ave 



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Fletcher George W, steamship and 

railroad agent, 613 Market, res 809! 

Haight 
Fletcher Harriet, bakery. 1019 Howard! 
Fletter F J, (California Cap Co), 310 

California 
Fleury Augustine, grocer, Eleventh and 

Folsom 
FliegerEI, restaurant, 1320H Howard 
Flieger Henry C, saloon. 1318 Howard 
Flieler & Kiefer, (R Flieler and P 

Kiefer), barbers, 5 Powell 
Flieler R (Flieler & Kiefer), res 921 

Larkin 
Flinch Patrick, saloon, cor Twenty-fifth 

and Howard 
Flinn Mrs C M, milliner, 54 Third, res 

317 Clementina 
FLINN P T, groceries, liquors. 

hay and grain, NW cor Howard and 

Eighth, res same 
Flint B P, (B P Flint & Co,) res 1121 

Hyde 
Flint B P & Co, (B P Flint), wool, 436 

Townsend 
Flint Edward D, (Taylor & Flint), res 

521 Thirteenth, Oakland 
FLINT EDWARD P, mining 

and mining properties, 328 Mont- 
gomery, res 521 Thirteenth, Oak- 
land 
Flint Wm C, attorney, 216 Sansome, res 

232 Fell 
Flitner F W, (Kendall & Flitner), res 

736 Sixteenth 
Flint Warehouse, Haslett & Bailey, 

proprietors, cor Battery and Green- 
wich 
Flood Albert S, carpenter, 741 Mission, 

res 419 Twenty-eighth 
Flood & Bacome (John Flood and Wm 

Bacome), livery stable, 821 Folsom 
Flood B rnard, tailor, 100€ Missi n 
FLOOD J C, president The Nevada 

Bank of San Francisco, res Menlo 

Park 
FLOOD J L, "vice president Anglo 

Nevada Assurance Corporation, 410 

Pine, res Menlo Park 
Flood J W (Donohoe, Kelly & Co), r 

422 Eddy 
Flood John (Flood & Bacome), res 821 % 

Folsom 
FLOOD M, real estate, 302 Mont- 
gomery, res 723 Polk 
Flood Noah, attorney at law, 504 Kearny 
flood P J, plumber," 1904 Fillmore, reV 

820 Twentieth 
Flood P K, physician, 6 Eddy, room 26 
Florence J G, grocer, 49 Minna 



FLORENCE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO, Florence, Ma*s, 
Brown <s Metzner agents, minors, 
hair brushes, etc, 5b 5 Market 

Florentine A, Baloon, Railroad ave, bet 
Bermuda and Malta 

Flores Trinidad, sadlery, 1010 Kearny 

Florintin A, tailor, 107 Geaiy, res 1510 
O'Farrell 

Floto John H, physician, 402 Kearnv 

FLOURNOY GEORGE Jr, 
City aud County Attorney, office 
New City Hall, res 604 Gueriero 

Flournoy Geo (Flournoy & Mhoon), at- 
torney at law, 401 California, ren 
114D Twenty-first 

Flournoy John (Gibson & Flournoy) at- 
torney at law, res 918 Fulton 

FLOURNOY &MHOON,(Oeo 

Flournoy and John B Mhoon;, attor- 
neys at law, 4ul California 

Fluker William, (Thuss & Fluker), res 
2942 Mission 

Flvnn James, bootmaker, 34 Second, res 
" 649 J$ Folsom 

FLYNN JOHN, wood and coal, 
the A \ew St tr Coal and all others in 
bulk and in sack, kindling wood 
and charcoal, 1113-1115 Mission, res 
1101 Mission 

Flynn Mrs Margaret, varieties, 202 Ninth 

FOARD L, ship chandler and deal- 
er in groceiie3 and provisions. 9-11 
Market and 3-5 Steuait, res cor Pa- 
cific ave and Union, Alameda 

Foerst Philip, saloon, Honduras, South 
San Francisco 

Fcerster E A, attorney at law, 325 Mont- 
gomery 

Fogarty James, butcher, 70-71 Center 
Market, res 606 Fillmore 

Fogarty J H, insurance broker with 

SOUTHERN CALIFOR- 
NIA INS CO, 405 California, res 
6U6 Fill more 

Fogarty Mrs M, fancy goods, 823 Valen- 
cia 

Fogarty Thomas, saloon, 519 East, res 
28 Chesley 

Foge Lafrenz, (Schwarz & Foge), 521) 
Twenty- 1 hird 

Fogel Chas, bootmaker, 502 Post 

FOGEL GEORGE, clothing, 10 
Clay, res 614 Grove 

Fogel Jacob, tailor, 441 Bush 

Fogg James L, superintendent of agen- 
cies Connecticut Mutual Life Ins 
Co, 315 California, res Oakland 

Foley Daniel, painter, V40 Ninth 

Folev F, (F Folev & Co), res 1215 Hayes 

FOLEY F & CO, (F Foley), hides 
aLd wool, 219-221 Drumiu 



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Larkin 
Foley John, bootmaker, 147 Second, res 

69 Minna 
Foley Thimeoth, (Sears k Foley), res 

426 Hickory ave 
Foley Thomas & Co, (Thomas Foley), liv 

ery stable, 1812 Powell 
Foley Thomas. (Thomas Foley k Co), res 
] 812 Powell 
J> FOLEY WILLIAM, proprietor 
rZ "Ask Him" saloon, NW cor Seven- 

ty teenth and Folsom, res same 

55 Folger J A, (J A Folger k Co) 

Folger J A & Co, coffees, teas and spices, 
»-l 104-106 California 

S3 Folkers J H A, (J H A Folkers k Bro), 
" res 915 Myrtle, Oakland 

FOLKERS J H A & BRO, 
(J H A rolkers), importers of surgi- 
• cal instruments and dental goods, 
J— I 118 Montgomery 

OlFolsom Water Power Co, H P Liver- 
more secretary, 507 Montgomery 
Q_ Foltz F G, (Foltz k Stillwell), res 1525 
. 1 1 California 

LU Foltz & Stillwell, (F G Foltz and W 
Q| 8tillwell), carpenters, SE cor Bush 

! and Van Ness ave 

Montana Frank, fruits, etc, 1139 Pacific 
Q- FONTANA M J, proprietor, 
r*t! columbus Fruit Packing Co, 28-30 
LU ' Sacramento, res 2228 Post 
L. Foot Henry S, commission merchant, 
*~Z | 121 Post, res Oakland 
^ Foote Frank H, merchandise broker, 116 
^ ! California, res 9 18 Pine 
> FOOTE W W, attorney at law, 
310 Pine, rooms 36-S8, res 1154 
Brush, Oakland 
(^Foppiano Charles & Co, (C Foppiano 
(/* I and Louis Demozonio), saloon, 1402 
VJ Dupont 

QjForand Thomas, hotel, cor Geary and 
Pym I Central ave 

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Ford Mrs, nurse, 1017 Larkin 

Ford Mrs Annie, groceries, 230 Langton 

FORD BROTHERS, (T J Ford, 

J F Ford and J A Ford), plumbers 
and gas fitters, 1022 Larkin 
FORD C D, treasurer Mendocino 
Lumber Co, 40 California, res Beres- 
ford House 
Ford Charles H, butcher, 21 1 Fourth, res 

324 Point Lobos ave 
Ford Mrs C P, phrenologist, 1140 Market 
Ford C W R, silk agent, 532 Market, res 

26 McAllister 
Ford Miss D, ladies' hair dresser, 209 

O'Farrell 
Ford J A, (Ford Bros), res 404 McAllister 
Ford J F, (Ford Bros), res 404 McAllister 
Ford N M, accountant and collector, 
411 % California room 15, res 138 Ji 
Rose ave 
Ford Thomas, (T Ford k Son), res 1307 

Steiner 

FORD T & SON, (Thomas and 

Thomas. P Ford), horsehoers, 105 

First, 

Ford T, J^Ford Bros), res 404 McAllister 

Ford Thos P, (T Ford & Son), res 1307 

Steiner 
FORDERER JOSEPH F v 
manufacturer of galvanized iron 
cornices. Jcb work a specialty, 226 
Mission, res Alameda 
Foreman A & Son, (Andrew Foreman 
and Andrew Foreman Jr), type 
foundry, 611 Merchant 
Foreman Andrew, (A" Foreman &] Son) 

res 1514 Jones 
Foreman Andrew Jr, (A Foreman k Son), 

res 310 Steiner 
Forest J M, straw works, 104 Fifth, res 

312 Capp 
Forester h M, (Ravekes k Forester), rea 

1462 Eight, Oakland 
Forman R B, (Balfour, Guthrie & Co). 

res 1917 Franklin, Oakland 
Formes Karl, music teacher, 524 Sutter 
Forno Marco B, plumber, 1427 Dupont 



Zsu.ance Company of New York, 214 Forrest Alexander, furniture, 341 jf Eifth 
■w#%««°««' r - 3 ~ 9 Essex Forsaith E W, (E W Forsaith k Co), res 

O FORBES A J, cabinet maker, 213 Grand Hotel 
Mission, res 117 Eleventh 
£} Forbes Bro3, (Chas Forbes), commission 
^^| merchants, 418 Jackson 

(Forbes Chas, (Forbes Bros), res 129 Turk 

OlForbes Chas H. attorney at law, 206 
Sansome, res Oakland 

I , iForbes Frank, saloon, 1024 Larkin 

\± FORBES & PLAISTED. (F a 

OPlai.-ted and J P Forced, New York), 
general agents Castalian, 6 Golden 
^T\ Gate ave 

^ Forcade Joseph Z, varieties, 1708 Fill- 
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Forsaith E vV & Co, (E "W Forsaith and 
R C Blackmar), produce commission 
merchants. 325 Front 

Forster D, (Forster, Little k Co), res 325 
Minna 

FORSTER, LITTLE & CO, 

(D Forster and A Little), wholesale 
and retail dealers in furniture, car 
pets, bedding, etc, 861 Market 

Forster Rudolf, music teacher, 616 
Mason 

Forsyth Edward, locksmith, 741 MoAl 
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Forsyth John, nursery, cor Third ave 
and Point LoboB Road 

Forsyth Wm C, plumber, 108 Golden 
(iate ave, res Alameda 

Fort Bragg Redwood Co, J C Huggins, 
agent, 42 Market 

Fortin V L, (V L Fortin k Co), res 566 
Nineteenth, Oakland 

FORTIN V L & CO, <? J*** 
tin and V Gregoire Fortin), brick 
manufacturers, office Berry street 
wharf, First wharf, Eastof Fourth 

Fortman & Co, (F Fortman and H F Fort- 
man), Pacific Brewery, 267-271 Te- 
hama 

Fortman F, (Fortman k Co), res Ger- 
many 

Fortman H F, (Fortman k Co), res 1808 
Ellis 

FORT POINT MARKET, Joe 

Pieperling, proprietor, SW cor 
Hyde and Union 

Fortriede Henry, ivory and shell goods 
637 Market, res 919 Howard 

FOS JOSEPH, butcher, 110 Se 
venth, res same 

Fob Isidore, butcher, 1304 Dupont, res 
1701 Dupont 

Fosen O B, boarding-house, 407 Te- 
hama 

Fobs Henry, barber, 526 Hayes 

FOSS OSCAR, importer of and 
wholesale and retail dealer in pho- 
tographic materials. 841 Mission 

Foster Miss Aimee, saloon, 831 Sacra- 
mento 

Foster A W, (S B Wakefield k Co), and 
president Western Fibre Co. 215 San- 
some, res San Rafael 

Foster C A, insurance broker with 

SOUTHERN CALIFOR- 
NIA INS CO, *05 California, 
res 110 Kllis 

Foster Charles, news agent S P Co, Fer- 
ry House, ft Market, res 1528 
McPherson, Alameda 

Foster C M & Co, (C M Foster), fruits 
etc, 42 Centre Market, res 422 Post 

Foster Geo H, insurance broker, 317 Cal- 
ifornia 

Foster H W, Milliner, 406 O'Farrell 

Foster J A, (J A Foster k Co), res 536 J< 
Jessie 

Foster J A & Co. (J A Foster), cigara and 
tobacco, 1001 Market 

Foster JoBeph, grocer, N E cor Stockton 
and Union 

Foster Josiab Wm. saloon, 2408 Cali- 
fo-nia 

FOSTER MRS MAY, spiritual- 
ist and trance medium, 371 Jessie 
res same 



Foster Newton H, auditor Motive 
Power S P Co, res 1719 Broderick 

Fos'er S, <S Foster k Co), res 510 Geary 

FOSTER S & CO, (8 Foster), 
wbolesale grocers and commission 
merchants, 26-28 California 

Foster Thos J, oyster saloon, 1055 Mar- 
ket 

Foster \V P, (Phelps k Foster), 931 Mar- 
ket 

Fostmann Henry, groceries. 876 Mission ; 
res 461 Minna 

Foucault V M, real estate. 321 Montgom- 
ery, res Oakland 

Fouchy O, florist, 1322 H Pine 

Foulds J E, attorney at law S P Co, res 
2122 Howard 

Foulerton William A A. varieties. 215 
Valencia 

Foulks Geo H, stenographer Freeman, 
Bates & Rankin, res .526 Sutter 

FOUNTAIN CAFE, Smith & 
Olsen, proprietors, junction Market 
and Drumm 

Fountain (The), George Schmitt, propri- 
etor, cor Kearny and Sutter 

Four Hills Mine, Wm Moody, secretary, 
328 Montgomery 

FOUR MILE CARRIAGE 
SHOP, Roger Sicotte, proprietor, 
Mission Road 

Foutz William, (Claus Wreden k Co), 
res 2217 Taylor 

Fowler G C, wood and coal, 656-658 
Howard, res Alameda 

Fowler Jefferson, cigars and tobacco, 
206 Bush, res Oakland 

Fowler S, (S Fowler & Co), res 773 Mar- 
ket 

Fowler S k Co, (S Fowler), saloon, 773 
Market 

FOWLER W H C, secretary Cal- 
ifornia Insurance Co, 318 California, 
res 526 Jones 

Fox Chas J, saloon, 620 Market, res 1 
Fifth 

Fox Chas N, (Fox k Kellogg), res 1057 1 
Market, Oakland 

Fox C W, stock broker, 318 Pine, res 
Baldwin Hotel 

Fox David C, (Fox k Duley), res 1713 
Mission 

Fox k Duley, (David C Fox and Frank 
P Duley), wood and coal, 1713 Mis- 
sion 

Fox H B. dentist. 1326 Polk 

Fix Henry L. (Fox & Watson), 339 Pine, 

FOX & KELLOGG, (Charles N, 
Fox and M B Kellogg), attorney* at 
law. 530 California 

Fox Samuel, barber, 1663 Mission 

Fox & WatBon, (Henry L Fox anil Wm 
C Watson,) stock brokers, 3j9 Pine 



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m Fox W H & Co, ("W H Fox), real estate, 
S 32S Kearny 

Erj Foye James, (Foye & Reynolds), res cor 
£■ Ninth and Harrison 

° FOYE & REYNOLDS, (James 
^§ Foye and Bernard Reynolds), Glad- 

lj stone House, choicest Scotch and 

Irish whiskies, liquors, etc, SW cor 
Folsom and Eighth 
Foye \V R S, (Huntington, Hopkins & 

Co), res 1619 Howard 
Fragmeier Wm, saloon, 651 Washington 
Frahm Henry, (Christ & Frahm), rej 9 
Stockton 



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Frances Mrs, dressmaker, 225 O'Farrell 
Franceschi A, wood and coal, 908 Stock- 
ton 
Franceschini A, fruits, etc, 521 Geary. 

res 204 Leavenworth 
Franchi Antonio, wood and coal, 1503 

Fillmore, res Santa Rosa 
Franci.s — , barber, 419 Sutter 
Francis D B, (Francis, Valentine & Co) 

res 726 California 
Francis George G, agent Santa Cruz 

Glues, 22 Jessie, res Oakland 
Francis G H, (Dunlap & Co), res 32 H 

Ellis 
Francis Harry, commission merchant 

and insurance broker, 215 Sansome, 

res Sau Rafael 
Francis. Valentine k Co, (D B Francis, 

8 D Valentine and E W Goggin) 

steam printers, 517 Clay and 510-516 

Commercial 
FRANCK GEORGE, house and 

sign painter, 325 Haves, res same 

FRANCO- HUNGARIAN 
INSURANCE CO of Buda 

pest, (june & Frank general agents 

307 California' 
Franco Mrs L. dressmaking, 618 Octavia 
FRANCOEUR G H, attorney at 

law, 5 "4 Kearny 
FRANC ONI LOUIS, notary 

public, office 322 California, res 1331 

Uuion 
Frank Albert, (8 H Frank & Co), res 

1521 Scott 
FRANK A W, sign and orna- 
mental painter, C32 Washington, res 

611 Greenwich 
Frank Batiste, fruit, 2238 Mission 
Frank Brothers, (F A and G P Frank), 

agricultural implements, 319-321 

Market 
Frank Cbas, real estate and insurance 

broker, 507 California, res 823 Turk 

FRANK & EISNER, (Geo w 
Frank and Miiton S Eisner), attor- 
neys at law, 323 California 

Frank Ephraim, clothing, 535 Kearny, 
res 931 Jackson 



Frank F A, (Frank Bros), res, Baldwin 

Hotel 
FRANK F W, (Mohrig & Frank), 

res 11 franklin 
Frank G P, (Frank Bros), res Portland, 

Oregon 
Frank Geo W i Frank & Eisner), res 1353 

Post 
Frank H W. (H W Frank k Co), res 64 

Everett 
Frank H W & Co, (H W Frank), furni- 
ture, 214 Commercial 
Frank John, giocer, 522 Sixth 
Frank John, grocer, 961 Bryant 
Frank John, restaurant, 551 First 
Frank Joseph D, (Diepenbrock Bros k 

Doeing), res cor Twenty-sixth and 

Fair Oak 
Frank Mark E, (Wolf & Frank), res 1405 

Steiner 
Frank Nathan H, attorney at law, 224 

Sansome, res 2623 Sacramento 
Frank S H, (S H Frank & Co), res 1521 

Scott 
Frank S H & Co, (S H, Martin, Albert 

and William Frank and A J Marcus), 

leather and hides, 406-408 Battery 
Frank Wm, (Gutte & Frank), res 1716 

Sicramento 
Frank William, (S H Frank & Co), res 

Redwood City 
Franke Rjdolph, bootmaker, 616 Geary 
Frankenburg Bros, (L and N Franken- 

burg), cigar manufacturers, 1430 

Market 
Frankenburg L, (Frankenburg Bros) 

res 1013Larkin 
Frankenburg N, (Frankenburg Bros), res 

1013 Larkin 
Brankenberg J, specialist, 1013 Larkin 
Frankenberg Joseph, harness, 218 

Drumm 

Franklin Abram, clothing, K8 Pacific 
Franklin Abram, barber, 104 Pacific, res 

213 Pacific 
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of 

Philadelphia, E E Potter general 

agent, 428 California 
Franklin Grammar School, Eighth near 

Harrison 
Franklin Gravel Mining Company, Geo 

R SpinDey secretary, 310 Pine 
Franklin Herman, (Franklin & lliller), 

res 907 Setter 
FRANKLIN J L, real estate 

broker and agent, 652 Market, res 

428 Golden Gate ave 
Franklin Joseph, (M Franklin & Bro), 

res 1227 Geary 
Franklin Marcus. (M Franklin k Bro), 

res 629 Golden Gate ave 
FRANKLIN MAX J, (George 

Greenzweig & Co), res 1420 Sutter 



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Franklin), furnishing goods, 22-24 

Bat erv .... . ««• 

FRANKLIN & MILLER, 

(Herman Franklin and Greorge L 
Miller), commission merchants and 
manufacturers agents, 417 Battery 

Franklin M J, ( M J Franklin & Bro), 
res 711 * Ellis t t ^ 

Franklin M J & Bro, (M J and N J Frank- 
lin), pawn brokers, 225 Dupont 

Franklin N J, (M J Franklin & Bro), res 
525 Turk r. _ 

FRANKLIN PRINTING 

OFFICE* Frank Eastman & Co 
pioprietors, 509 Clay 

Franklin Saving and Building Society, 
539 California 

Franklin S S, clothing, 122 Pacific 

Franks Fred (Fred Franks & Co), res 703 
Post 

Franks Fred & Co (Fred Franks and W 
J Hayes), stock brokers, 314 Mont- 
gomery 

Franks Newman, tailor, 131 Eddy, res 
618 K Filbert 

Fransonl Louis, furniture, 1518 Stock- 
ton, ies 522 Union 

Franusich John, restaurant, 258 Bran- 
nan 

Fraser E J, physician, 112 Kearny, res 
221 Powell 

Fraser Mrs E S, physician, 610 Mason 

Fraser John P, painter, 317 Sutter, res 
610 Masi n 

Fraser J W, express, NW cor McAllister 
and Jones, res 1522 Turk 

Fraser Mrs M J, dressmaker, 988 Harri 
son 

IFraser Mrs N M, dressmaker, 131 Post 

Frassi Antonio, aitis-t, 612 Post 

FRATERNAL PUBLISH- 
ING CO, A T Dewey manager, 

publishers Fraternal Record, 220 Freeman Benj (Freeman Bros & Co>, res 
Market 1115 Post 

Fratinger A M (Fratinger & Co), res 629 Freeman E, (Phillips & Freeman), res 
Post 



Mission, res 234 Shotwell 

Frederick Geo A, saloon, 406 Dupont, ?* 
res 717 Stockton 

Frederick W A & Co, (Wm A Frederick. *4 
Geo Shafett and D Sullivan), Jack- * 
son Brewery, 141:8 Mission _ 

Fredeiick Wm A, (Wm A Frederick & \J 
Co), res 1428 .Mission *»^ 

FREDERICKS BURGC 
BREWING CO, (Ernst A i— 
Denicke manager), office 5L.9 Cali- ' 
fornia \^\ 

FREDERICKSBURG 
BREWING COS EX- X 
PORT LAGER BEER- Zf\ 

BOTTLERS, Lang B:os, 1318 l> 
Scott and 5! 9 California ■Tl 

Fredericks Jos« i»h, (Jos Fredericks & *-* 
Co), res 11:<8 Sutter \*J 

FREDERICKS JOS & CO, TTJ 

furniture, carpets and upholstery, l^j 
649-651 Market ~1 

Fredioni Adrian, saloon, 1909 Geary 

Frtdioni F, (Baccelli & Fredioni), res 
13-2 Dxipont 

Frederickson F C, (Wittland & Freder- 
ickson), res 8 Hayes 

Free H, sa'oon, 321 Bay 

Free Public Library, Busb, bet Kearny 
and Dupont 

Freeborn Jas, capitalist, 420 Montgom- 
ery, res NE cor Jackson and Goughi 

Freecbtle Jos, harness, 807 Larkin 

Freeman A C, (Freeman, Bates & Ran- 
kin), attorney at law, res Palace 
Hotel 

FREEMAN. BATES & RAN- 

KIN, (A Freeman, Geo E Bates 
and Geo A Rankin), attorneys at 
law, 409 California 
Freeman Bros & Co, (E S and Benj 
Freeman), dry goods, 6-8 Sutter 



Fratinger & Co (A M Fratinger), cloaks 

and suits, 105 Kearny 
Frauen H H, bootmaker. 542 Third 
Frauenholz A M, Bavaria Brewery, cor 

Montgomery ave and Vallejo res 

135 Chestnut 
Frautner Charles (Frautner Bros), res 

516 Stockton 
Frayer Joseph (Perry & Frayer), 603 

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Frazer C E, painter. 333 Sixth 



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Freeman E A, groceries, 1000 Hyde, res 

1327 California 
Freeman E S, (Freeman Bros & Co), tea ^ 

1115 Post ' fr 

Freeman J, (Freeman & Wrin), res OOl £jj 

California ave and Fern Ave 
Freeman J E, survevor, 628 Montgom- 
ery, room 104, res 664 Eleventh, 

Oakland 
Freeman J H, marine surveyor 219 San- 

some, res 210 Powell n 

FRAZIER MRS MARY A, FREEMAN, SMITH & CO. — 

propr Tne Esmond, boarding and (Arthur A Smith), Commlss £-" 

lodging, 43 Sixth shipping merchant*, 122 California 

Frazier P B. saloon, NW cor OTarrell' Freeman & Wrin (J Freeman and MJ ^ 



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Freese A C, stevedore and proprietor 

tugboat, 3 Mission, res 11 Thirteenth 

Freese Fred A, saloon, 315 East, r ;s 516 

Fulton 
Freese John H, saloon, 800 Valencia 
Freidenrich C, (Naphtaly, Freidenrich 

and Ackerman) 
Freidman S, crockery, 183 Sixteenth 
Freitar Manuel, saloon, 12 Commercial 
Freitas A T, restaurant, 44 Second 
Freitas John, saloon, 1018 Kearny 
Freitas M T, (M T Freitas & Co), res 11 

Elliot. Park 
FREITAS M T & CO, (M T Frei 
tas and B Sherry), commission mer- 
chants, 212 Clay, 
Frelander Miss Emily, dressmaker 

819 j£ Larkin 
Frelander Otto, artist, 819% Larkin 
Freling A. restaurant, 520 Merchant, res 
626 California 

FREMONT MACHINE 

WORKS, Daly & Cavanagh pro 

prietors, ^30 Fremont 
French Board of Underwriters, Edouard 

Chevassus agent, 205 Sansome 
French Consul (vice) Edmond Carrey 

606 Montgomery 
French F J, attorney at law, 528 Califor 

nia, res 1617 Jackson 
French F Mortimer, (French k Linforth) 

res 2330 Fillmore 

FRENCH DR H C, hcmoepath- 
ist, office 114 Geary, res 2512 Mission 

FRENCH HOSPITAL, Bryan 
bet Fifth and Sixth 

French Mrs J M, lodgings, 102 Ellis 
French Jame3, carpenter, 1507 Fine 
French John B, livery stable, 919 Golden 
G »te ave 

FRENCH JOHN D, manufactur- 
ers agent for bardware, metals, etc, 
109 California, res 1244 Adeline, 
Oakland 

FRENCH LAUNDRY, B Sar" 

thou proprietor, 1^29 GoJden Gate 
ave 

FRENCH & LINFORTH, (F 

Mortimer French and Edward W 
Linforth), hardware, importers, 
dealers and manufacturers' agents, 
116 Front 

French M, (R Dinsmore & Co), res 33C 
Geary 

French M A, cashier Baldwin Hotel 

FRENCH MUTUAL BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY, 
Edouai t Lai the manager, 510 Jackson 

French Reformed Episcopal Church, 
Powell bet Bush and Sutter 



FRENCH SAVINGS & 
LOAN SOCIETY, Edward J 
Le Breton president, J C Sala vice 
president, A Brandt secretary, 534 
California 

French S T, architect, 405 Kearny, res 
1811 Fine 

French T J (T J French & Co), 2337 
Mission 

French T J & Co (T J French and D L 
Bennet), groceries 2337-2339 Mis- 
sion 

French W S, attorney at law, 143 Phelan 
Building, res 3*J Golden Gate ave 

Frerichs Martin, (Lohman k Frerichs), 
res Bowie ave 

Frenna J P, barber, 1204 Polk, res 1528 
Post 

Frese Chris, saloon, 518 Battery, res 
521 Green 

Frese Hermann, bootmaker, 327 Grant 
ave, res 805 Haight 

FRESNO COLONY, Jno T Lit- 

tlo general agent, 314 Montgomery 
Fresno Land Co, M Page Minor secv, 

402 Kearny 
Fretter Mrs J, dressmaker, 1813 Polk 
FRETWELL EDWIN, secy 

Betis' Spring Co, 218 Fremont, res 

2112 Green 

FREUD ISAAC, (Freud & Sons) 
res 1816 Sacramento 

FREUD J RICHARD, (Freud 

k Sons), res New York 
Freud I, (Newman k Freud), res 22- 
Post 

FREUD & SONS, (Isaac Freud, J 
Richard Freud, Rosa Yogeladorff), 
corset manufacturers, 742-744 Mar- 
ket, 10-12 Grant ave 

Freudenberg M, (M Freudenberg k Co), 
res 816 Larkin 

Freudenberg M & Co, (M Freudenberg), 
saloon, 630 Commercial 

Freund & Co, (Philip Freund), station- 
ery and paper, 215 Sansome 

Freund F M, insurance broker, 
Cesar Berthau, res 1431 Howard 

Freund Philip, (Freund & Co), 1629 
O'Farrell 

Frey C A, barber, 52 Seventh, res 244 
Minna 

Frey Mrs F, (Frey k Merkel), res 911 
Larkin 

FREY & MERKEL, (Mrs Fran- 
ces Frey and A Merkel), bakery, 911 
Larkin 

Frey Mrs R, confectionery, 1034 Golden 
Gate ave 

FRICHETTE L D, carpenter and 
builder, 106 Washington, res 89 Paul 
ave 



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Frlcke Chas, (Lievre, Frlcke & Co), res 

2123 Union 
Fricke Ferdinand, (Beth & Frlcke), res 

147 Ninth 
Frlcke Geo C, (Lievre, Fricke & Co), res 

929 * Filbert 
Frlcke & Ritzau, (T Fricke and Fred- 

eick Ritzau), groceries, 109 Fifth 
Fricke Theodore, (Fricke k Ritzau), res 

109 Fifth 
Fried David, barber, 1527 Turk 
Friedberg N S, junk, 1025 Howard, res 

424 Sixth 

FRIED EL FREDERICK, 

bo jt and shoemaker, 158>§ Steuart, 
res 80 1 Dolores 

Friedhofer Geo, blacksmith, 351 Third, 
res 219 Capp 

FRIEDLANDER B, merchant 
tailor, 1005 Market, res 16 Octavio 

Friedlander, Behneman & Co, (Herrman 
Friedlander, Henry Behneman and 
Adolph Mautner), liquors, 221 San- 
some 

FRIEDLANDER & BROS, 

(H and E Friedlander), manufactur- 
ers ladies' and childrens' and in- 
fants' underwear, 518 Market 

Friedlander Herrman, (Friedlander, 
Behneman & Co), res 300 H Turk 

Friedlander & Kaiser, (Louis Friedland- 
er and Edward Kaiser), cigars, 429 
Montgomery 

Friedlander & Koch, (S J Friedlander 
and Henry Koch), 21-23 Sansome 

Friedlander Mrs Laura, costumer, 202 
Stevenson 

Friedlander Louis, (Friedlander & Kai- 
ser), res Mission bet Seventeenth 
and Eighteenth 

Friedlander T C, secretary S F Produce 
Exchange, Mutual Benefit Associa- 
tion, res 1913 Clay 

FRIEDMAN M, dress goods, 
silks, etc, 2^8 Stockton 

Friedman Paul, (Offer & Friedman), res 
736 McAllister 

Friedman Samuel, cigars and tobacco, 
NE cor Sutter and Polk, res 1113 
Sutter 

Frederich Charles G, grocer, NW cor 
Twentieth and Folsom 

Friedrich John G, restaurant, 2133 3$ 
Mission 

Frieirichs & Gercke, (W Gercke and H 
Friedricbs), furniture, 158-160 New 
Montgomery 

Friederictis Henry, (Friederichs & 
Gercke), res 808 Oak 

Friel James, horsesnoer, 339 Tenth, res 
1714 Jessie 

Friend Mrs Josie, dressmaker, 120 Ellis 



FRIES WM, president Eureka Con- 
solidated Mining Co, 306 Pine, res 
1607 Post 
Friese Paul, meat market, 803 Buchanan, 

res cor Grove and Buchanan 
Friesenhausen Chas, cigars, 2n29 Geary 
Frink G W. manager Pacific Coast Land 

Bureau, res Los Angeles 
Friot Alfred, grocer. 57-58 Washington 

Market, res 526 Merchant 
Frisbie Edward G, physician, 2135 Bush 
Frisch H H, saloon, 130 Seventh, res 132 

Se venth 
Frisch J W, grocer, 132 Seventh 
Fritch Loul3, cigars, 1<'5)$ Washington 
FRITSCHI J H, (Fritschi & Se- 
gesser), res 271 Stevenson 

FRITSCHI & SEGESSER, (P 

Segesser and J H Fritschi), saloon, 

SW cor Kearny and Morton 
FRITSCHI tJLRICH, artistic 

furniture of all kinds and c-binet 

work to order, 716-718 Minna, bet 

Eighth and Ninth, res 722 Miuna 
Fritz Eugene N, (Fritz & Kean), res 2526 

Mission 
Fritz F H, (Schmidt & Fritz), res cor 

Stock. 'on and Broadway 
Fritz & Kean, (Eugene N Fritz and Mc 

Kean», plumbers, 130 Geary 
Fritzschen H B, saloon, NW cor Steuart 

and Mission, res 438 Natoma 
Frizzi August, locksmith, 1323 Polk, res ^ 

32 Austin ^ 

Frodsham E, collector, 636 Clay and 641] T 

Merchant, res 2 Le Rov place 

FROELICH C JR,cast, wrought 

and iron pipe, 2U2 Market, res 

Grand Hotel 
FROHMAN HENRY. (Kohl- 
berg, Strauss & Frohman), res 1819 

Mason 
Frohman S, bootmaker, 545 Hayes, res 

723 Webster 
Frohman S, cigars, 335 Kearny, res 230 

Kearny 
Frohn J, bootmaker, 254 Stewart 
Fromhein Wm, groceries, SE cor Sutter 

and Scott 
FROMENT A, business manager, (f\ 

Eureka Military Band, 1(120 Maiket XX 
FROMM & SCHAEFER, (L C0 

Fromm and Chas Schaefer), uphol- 
stery trimmings, 543 Market I £\ 
Fromm Louis, ( Kromm & Schaezer), res -j* 

2502 Washington j -U 

Froomberg A, (R J Green & Co:, res 916 Q 

Natoma ^~ 

Froomberg Miss Ray, milliner. 524 Bush {J 
Fross Bernard, tailor, 410 Keanny, res i-ri 

525 Lindeu 
FROST JAMES, physician, lotf JJ 

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Frost J W, manufacturers' agent 12 

Montgomery 
Frost H, painter, 122 Geary, res 1721 

Webster 
Frost Horatio, painter, 122 Geary, res 

1721 Webster 
Frowenfeld Edward, (B Dreyfus & Co), 

res New York 
Frowenfeld Jacob, (B Dreyfus & Co), 

res 1423 Sutter 
Frugoli F, fruits etc, cor Mason and 

O'Farrell 



Fulton Iron Works, Hinckley, Spiers & 

Hayes proprietors, 220 Fremont 
Fulton John, (Fulton & Tiiplett), res 

702 California 
Fulton & Triplett, (John Fulton and 

Chas Triplett), si loon, 659 Clay 
Fultou Wm, (Pickens, Fulton & Co), res 

2J18 Washington 
Funk Chris'ian C, sailmaker, 46 Clay, 

res 1605 % Dupont 
Funkenstein Edward, real estate, 32 

Sansome, re3 838 O'Farrell 



Fruit and Flower Mission, Miss L C Funkenstein Julius, real estate, 320 

Moss, president, 713 Mission Sansome, res 838 O'Farrell 

Fry Frederick, grocer, 1232 Union Fuol Mrs Zoe, laundry, 532 Valencia 

FRY J D, president California Safe Furlong Joseph, butcher, 1504 Polk, 
Deposit and Trust Co, 326 Montgo- 15.9 Sutter 



mery and president Alaska M & M 
Co, fc06 Pine, res 1812 Jackson 

FUCHS CHARLES, musician 
groceries and saloon, NE cor Hyde 
and Pine 
Fuchs Charles, engraver, 3 Hardie 
Q Place, res Alameda 

-~ FUCHS & EULER, (Geo Fuchs 

Oand Henry tiller Jr), manufacturers 
of all kind of furniture and cabinet 
work, 523-527 Fifth 
Fuchs Geo, (Fuchs & Euler), res 966 

Harrison 
Fuchs Nicholas, pork packer, Grand 
Central market and Grand Arcade 
market 
Fuchs Robert, varieties, 421 Montgom- 
^f ery ave 

Fugazi J F, steamship ticket agent and 
notarv public, 5 Montgomery ave, 
res 934 Union 
Fuhrig Mrs Dora, midwife, 84 Everett 
Fulda Bernhard, butcher, 801 Geary 

res 702 O'Farrell 
FULDA BROS, (H C Fulda and 
L R Fulda), proprietors Fulda Plan- 
ing Mill, manufrs water tanks and 
wine cooperage, 30 to 40 Spear 
Fulda L R, (Fulda Bros), res cor Powell 
and Ellis 
™H Fuller Mrs A J, dressmaker, 946 Mason 
-J [Fuller C H, dentist 6 Eddy, res 806 
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Fuller Geo H, office and school furni- 
ture, 6S8-640 Mission, res 608 Capp 

Fuller S W, (Hey wood Bros A: Co» 

Fuller Tho3, harnessmaker, 628 Front 

Fuller Wm H, (Fuller & Williams), 706 
Hayes 

Fuller Wm P Jr. (Whittier, Fuller & 
Co), 8 9 O'Farrell 

Fuller & Williams, (Wm H Fuller and 
Ed A Williams), photographers, 
115i Market 

Fulley E F, painter, 420 Twenty-ninth 



FURLONG NICHOLAS, at 

tornev at law, 331 Montgomery, res 
1303 Broadway 

FURMAN MRS C J, proprie- 
tress Sievenson Building, 331 Mont- 
gomery, res same 

Furnace B (D Stoltz & Co), res 108}* 
O'Farrell 

Furrer & Gisler (J Furrer and P Gisler), 
dairy, Pierce below Greenwich 

Furst John, bootmaker, 604 California, 
ras 26 Lewis 

Furst Philip, dry goods, 1427-1429 Stock- 
ton 

Fustini Lorenzo, nursery, cor Union 
and Van Ness ave, res cor Twentieth 
and Church 

Fustini Peter, florist, 9 Eddy, res NW cor 
Church and Twentieth 



Gaba Henry, dry goods and millinery 

116 Second 
Gabbielli A & Co, fruits and poultry 

1415 Octavia 
Gabbs M F, dentist, 23 Post, res 7J 

Pine 
GABEL H F, manufr shirts, 624 

Market, ies 1255 California 
Gabelman Chas, fruit, 1004 Bryant 
Gabenett Pasqual, (Guirard & Gabe- 

nett) 
Gabriele Andrew, (Gabriele & Cuneo), 

res Broadway, cor Ohio 
Gabriele & Cuneo, (Andrew Gabriele 

and Chas Cuneo), fish, 37 Clay-street 

market 
Gaerdes H, g/ocer, SW cor Powell and 

Greenwich 
Gaerdes John H, grocer, 534 First 
Gaerdes & Strycker, (H Gaerdes and 

Chas Strycker), groceries, SW cor 

Bush and Pierce 



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Gaestel Jos, grocer, 1016 Kearny, res 
920 Jackson 

Gaetcke Gustav, saloon, Erie, op Wood- 
ward's Gardens 

Gaffney Jobn, butcher, 537 Fourth, res 
126 Freelon 

Gaffney Joseph, florist, 1406 Clay 

Gaffney Michael, bakery, 1048!$ Folsom 

GAGE A H, (Seymour & Gage), res 
7213$ Valencia 

Gage S T, Assistant President S. P. Co, 
res 1300 Harrison, Oakland 

Gage, Shattuck & Co, ("W S Gage, D D 
Shattuck and J C Hampton), com- 
mission merchants and provisions, 
wholesale, 317-319 Front 

Gage Wm, agent Napa Soda Spring, res 
820 Bush 

Gage W S, (Gage, Shattuck & Co), res 
822 Bush 

Gagnai Frederigo, saloon, 8 Ohio 

Gal, en Mrs Mary A, bakery, 1050 Howard 

GAILHARD CHARLES, pro 

prieior <iailhard Hotel, kept on 

European plan, 507-519 Pine 
Gaillard Joseph, saloon, 229 Sixth 
Gaillard P, grocer, 1406 Dupont 
Gainford Thomas, plumber, 4 Golden 

Gate ave, ies 435% Stevenson 
Galbraeth William, saloon, 759 Bran 

nan 
GALE J M, oyster and chop house 

522 % Sixth 
Gale J W, (J W Gale & Co), res 44 Sixth 
Gale J W & Co (J W Gale), 207 Wash 

ington 
Galea Jean Marie (Gales & Verdier), res 

SE cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Gales & Verdier (Jean Marie Gales and 

Eugene Verdier), saloon, 536 Mer- 
chant 
Galigher J E, pianos, 907 Mission 
Galinger Meyer (Erlanger & Galinger), 

res 2313 Laguna 
5all Fred G, butcher, NW cor Post and 

Laguna 
Gall Miss M, bair dresser, 814 Larkin 

GALLAGHER BERNARD' 

manufacturer of wagons, trucks, 
drays, etc; repairing a specialty; 
216-218 Mission, res 700 Van Ness 
ave 
GALLAGHER C E, proprietor 
of Gallagher Transfer Co, 317 East, 
res 658 Twenty-first, Oakland 
Gallagher C J, plumber, 208 Ninth 
Gallagher D. painter, 606 Third 

GALLAGHER E M, paints, oils, 
and ie^d, and house and sign paint- 
ing, (ill Sacramento, res 1221 Union 

Gallagher H J (McAvoy & Gallagher) 
res 10 Bowie ave 



Gallagher J, (J Gallagher & Son), res 

826 Harrison 
Gallagher J H, (J Gallagher A: Son), res 

8/6 Harrison 
GALLAGHER JOHN, saloon, 

521 First res sme 

GALLAGHER JOHN P, 

(Gallagher A: Wilson) 
Gallagher J & Son, (J aud J H Gallagher) 
blacksmith, 843 Har ison 

GALLAGHER PATRICK, 

bakery and confectionery, 1218 J§ 
Folsom, res same 

Gallagher Robert F, official court re- 
porter dep't 4, 331 Montgomery, res 
1827 Howard 

Gallagher Thomas, (McCoy k Gallagher), 
res SE cor Kighth and Howard 

GALLAGHER TRANSFER 

CO, CE Gallagher, proprietor, 317 
East 
Gallagher Walter, attorney at law, 641 
Merchant, res 10 Alvprado ave 

GALLAGHER & WILSON, 

John P Gallagber and Robert J \\ il 

son, proprietors Golden Eagle Ho 

tel, NW cor Broadway and Mont 

gomery 
Gallagher Wm R, furniture, 707 Market 

res 816 Haight 
Galland A, (B Blumenthal & Co) 
Galland J B, cattle dealer, 206 }$ Bush, 

res 808 Van Ness ave 
Gallardo Miss Gertrude, teacher music 

213 Fourth 
Gallatin Albert, (Huntington, Hopkins 

& Co), res Sacramento 
Gallego R C, (R C Gallego & Co), res 

cor Central ave and Lafayette, Ala 

meda 
Gallego R C & Co, (R C Gallego), bag 

brokers, 310 California 
Galli A, (A Galli & Co), res 1528 Powell 

GALLI A & CO, (A Galli), com- 
mission merchants, 516-518 Sansome 
GALLI & CO, (J Galli and J 
Schneily), printers' machinists, 
50* Commercial 
Galli Dominico, fruit, etc, 1502 h Fol- 
som 
Galli E, fruits, etc, 1123 Clay 
Galli F, (F Galli & Co), res 303 Hayes 
Galli F & Co, (F Galli), produce, 303 

Hayes 
Galli Francisco, fruits, etc. l;v'2 l'ulk 
Galli G, fruits, etc. 601 Post, r.s (i!6 Post 
Galli J, (Galli & Co), res Montgomery) 

and Jackson 
GALLI J A, (Galli * BpnusotejJ 

res 536 Washington 
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GALLI & SPRUZZOLA, 

(J A Gain and LSpruzzola), proprie- 
£3 tors Occidental Restaurant, 536 

g Washington 

£3 Gallisjer ilrs Rose, boarding, 1122 Lar- 

T^ Galligher Chas, wood, coal, hay and 

grain, cor Noe and Fort 
— ■ Gallion Thomas, (Dominico & Gallion) 
Gallios Eugene, (Raphael Weill is. Co) 
res 1404 Golden Gate ave 
. Galloup J B, bootmaker, K 84% Howard 
Galloway Lithographing Co, W T Gallo- 
way and Otto Schosning proprie- 
tors, 418-422 Commercial 
Galloway & Schcening, (W T Galloway 
and Otto Schocning), 418-422 Coin- 
-. mercial 

^ Galloway W T, (Galloway & Sheening), 
fc3 res 2203 Devisadero 

£} Gallup James & Co, (.Tames Gallup), 
£2 ship chandlers, 58 Clay 

^J Gallwey Jas A, druggist, 659 Clay, res 
^ 1418 Washington 

fR Galpin Philip G, (Doyle, Galpin & 
Scripture), res North Temescal 
Gait House, lodgings, M H Swain pro- 
prietor, 632 Market 
Galvin Jas A, carriagemaker, 23 Seventh 
Galvin Jeremiah, saloon, 243 Third 
Gama Antone, (Spaelti & Gama), res 627 

Commercial 
Gamage John, Mining Land and Loan 
Broker, 3^8 Montgomery, res Com 
mercial Hotel 
Gaman & Lyon, (A J Lyon and T D Gam 

an), real estate, 339 Kearny 
Gambert F, (F Gambert & Co), res 433 
Larkin 

GAMBERT F & CO, (F Gam 

bert and L Sauffrignon), grocers, 
400 Turk, cor Hyde 
Gambitz Kady, commission merchant 
216 Washington, res 418 Van Ness 
ave 
Gamble James, capitalist, 16 Nevada 

block, res Piedmont 
Gambrinus Bottling Co, Nohlfeldt & 

Liebold agents, 21 Stockton 
Gambs E F, coin and stamp dealer 234 

Montgomery, res 826 Sutter 
Gamma Fred, Helvetia Hotel, 431-433 
Hue 
j^; Gamma & Renner, (T Gamma and X Ren- 
r> ner), saloon, 220 Kearny 

Gamma T, (Gamma & Renner), res 335 

Stevenson 
[Ganco Mme M, laundry, 812 Larkin 
P^j IGandy Horace A, (E B Deane & Co), res 
g 413 Post 



Ganghran John, cigars and tobacco, 702 



Brannan 
Gannon C, furniture, 1011 Folsom 

GANNON PETER T, cigars and 
tobacco, junction irost and Market 
res cor Sixteenth and Castro 

Gans I. (I Gans & Bro), res 737 McAllis- 
ter 

Gans I k Bro, (I Gans and Wm Gans) 
butchers, 703 McAllister 

Gans Samuel, butcher, Grand Central 
Market, res 303 Tyler 

Gans Wm, (I Gans Ac Bro), res 727 Mc- 
Allister 

Gantner R, blacksmith, cor Geary and 
Brodeiick 

Garabed John, boot and shoemaker, 48 
Sacramento, res name 

Garand Mine C, drts.smaking, 14 Grant 
ave 

Garbaiino James C, grocer and liquors 
219% Seventeenth 

Garbati G, chop house, 421 Washington, 
res 1519 Dupont 

Garber John, (Garber, Thornton & Bish- 
op), les Berkeley 

GA JV§£&V> THORNTON & 
BISHOP, (John Garber, Harry 
1 Thornton and T B Bishop), attor- 
neys at law, 327 Pine 

Garbini Teresa, cigar factory, 1513 Du- 
pont 

Garcia Frank, saloon, 133 Montgomery 
res 1823 Clay 

Garcia H. painter, 1508 % Powell 

GARCIA JOSE A, leaf tobacco 
and cigar manufacturer. 413 Sacra- 
mento, res 641 Jessie 

GARCIA J Y, barber, 523 Pacific 

re.s 835 Pacific 
Garcia M E, eecy Consul-General for 

Mexico, res 1512 Broadway 
Garcin Edward, (Garcin & Son), res 

1015 Sutter 
Garcin L P, (Garcin & Son), res 2205 

Howard 
Garcin & Son, (L P Garcin and Edmond 

Garcin). machinery, 294 Howard 

GARDANOWSKY Dr V, 

physician and surgeon, 6 Eddy, 
room 59, res same 
Gardenmeyer P D, General Agent Cali- 
fornia Endowment Association, res 
2066 Market 

GARDEN CITY EX- 
CHANGE, T]mothy McMahon, 
proprietor, 412% Sixth 

Gardet Victor, (Louis Gregoire & Co), 
res Alameda 

Gardiner Mrs M A, dressmaker, 622 H 
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California's Million Dollar Company 







Cash Capital, ----- $1,000,OOC 

Cash Assets, ------ 2,050,00C 

Losses Paid in 24 Years, - - - 7,000,OOC 



HOJIE OFFICE: 

S. W. cor. California & Sansome StsJ 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



D. J. STAPLES, - President 

ALPHEUS BULL, - - - Vice-President! 

WM, J. DUTTON, - SecretarJ 

N.T.JAMES, - - - Marine Secret a r\ I 



Agents in all Prominent Localities throughout the United States. 



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OK SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 
December ji, 1886. 



-ASSETS^ 



U. vS. 4 per cent. Bonds $508,000.00 

Other Stocks and Bonds 480,370.00 

Loans on Mortgages and Collaterals .' 341,600.00 

Real Estate 325,051.99 

Cash in Office and Banks 203,495.22 

Premiums Uncollected and Agency Balances 183,160.27 

All other Items (Interest, Rent, etc.) 10,585.42 



Total Assets $2,052,262.90 



From a successful record of 24. years we give the folloiuing summary j 
of results for the last 7 years : 





SEVEN YEARS' RECORD 




iC. 3ISt 


Assets Net Surplus 


Policy Holders' Surplus 


l880 


|l, 160,017 $ 83,536 


$ 833,536 


I 88l 


1,239,915 127,979 


877,979 


1882 


1,322,425 161,305 


911,309 


I883 


1,473,025 231,989 


981,989 


I884 


1,520,894 268,331 


1,018,331 


I885 


1,625,197 300,284 


1,050,284 


1886 


2,052,262 380,948 


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Gardiner Mill Co, J Knowland president 
and agent, C C Stevenson secretary, 
lumber, 22 California 

Gardner A, saloon, 25 Turk, res 1217^ 
Kearny 

Gardner H H, physician, 6 Eddy 

Gardner Mrs H N, restaurant, .540 Cal- 
ifornia, res 539 California 

Gardner Jas II, (Gardner & Thornley), 
res Saucelito 

Gardner I G, collector, 2-14 Sansome 

Gardner Joseph W, saloon, 429 Davis, 
res Medau placa 

Gardner Mrs S M, (Gardner & Smith), 
res 32 Golden Gate ave 

Gardner & Smitb, (Mrs S M Gardner and 
Mrs M L Smith), coffee saloon, 1003 
Market 

GARDNER & THORNLEY, 

(Jas H Gardner and William H 

Thornley), ship and Custom House 

brokers, 504 Battery 
Garibaldi Francis, saloon, 1515 Powell 

res 1516 Powell 
Garibaldi G, grocer, 420 Union 
Garibaldi Hall, 423 Broadway 
Garibaldi Hotel, A Prezzi Moderati pro 

prietor, 222^Broadway 
Garland D H, bootmaker, 3 Franklin 
Garland John B, agent Lake Erie and 

Western Railroads, 610 Market 
Garland Wm D, manager Equitable Life 

Assurance Society, 240 Mont- 
gomery 
Garlick Simon, tailor, 2 Golden Gate ave 

res 1110 Howard 
Garman Mrs, groceries, 8 Dore 
Garms W, (Lurman & Co), res 619 Sev 

enth 
Gam Wm. cap maker, 519 Montgomery 

res 546 Jessie 
Garnback Albert, laundry, 200 Mont 

gomery ave, res 813 Greenwich 
Gamier Emile, wholesale liquors, 618 

Sacramento, res 630 Sacramento 

Gamier Joseph, restaurant, 107 Larkin 

GARNISS JAMES R, attorney 

at law, general agent The Fidelty 

and casualty Company, 219 Sansome, 

res 1224 Pine 
Garratt W T, (W T Garratt & Co), res 

405 Sixth 
GARRATT W T & CO, (W t 

Uarratt, president, A L Taylor, sec- 
retary and treasurer), brass and bell 
foundry, machine works, pumps 
and hydranlic machinery, cor Na- 
toma and Fremont 

Garren M, Pacific Furniture Manufac- 
turing Co, res 13 Minna 

Garrett & Elder (Marys ville), C A Strat- 
ton agent, ;-il5 California 

Garrett Frank, bootmaker, 313 Third 



Garrett Jas H, (James II Garrett a: Co> 
res 106 Hyde 

Garrett Jas H & Co. (3 H Garrett), com- 
mission merchant, 430 Sansome 

Garrissere F, hairdresser, 11:5 Grant ave,' 
res 14 Eureka 

Garrity James, sal , on, Georgia 

Uftrrity Peter, livery stable, 134 Golden 
Gate ave, res 212 Leavenworth 

Garthorne G H, secretary American' 
Cracker Co, res 1023 Cbester.Oakland 

GarthwaiteH, shipping and commission PI 
lumber, 42 Market, res Prospect -n 
Hill, Oakland -^ 

Gartlan James, attorney at law, 511 Cal <!! 
ifornia "~* 

Garvin James & Co. (James Garvin, E J Pi 
Sweeney and Thomas Rohan), pro- ^ 
vision merchants and ship cban-!^ 
dlers, 320 Washington 

Garwood W T, physician, 223 Dupont TZ 

Gasare Joseph, fruit, 1224 Folsom \J) 

Gas Consumers Association, J D Whit- 
ney, president, W O Ludovici, see-' 
retary, gas regulators, HOJ^ Sutter ^ 

GASH J, architect, 33 Merchants' rr\ 
Exchange, res 102 Haight jIJ* 

Gashwiler S F, (Anderson & Co), res 1820 t? 
Vallejo 

Gaskill Varney W, auditor and pay-mas 
ter SjP C R R. res 563.Fif teenth, Oak 
land 

Gaskin & Co, (John B Gaskin), propri- 
etor Pacific Match Factory, 232 
Fourteenth 

Gaskin John B, (Gaskin & Co), res 1217 
Howard 

Gasper Zerr, butcher, 238 First 

Gasque H F, grocer, SW cor Hyde and 
O'Farrell 

Gass John, candy, 1811 Powell 

Gassmann John, laundrv, 404 Union 

GATEEY JAMES, Potrero He- 
tei, SW cor Louisiana and Sierra 

Gately P J, saloon, 1139 Market, 452 Na- 
toma 

Gates Miss Alice Maud, mezzo soprano, 
res 722 Montgomery 

Jates Frank H, physician, 722 Mont- 
gomery 

Gates H D, civil engineer, 120 Sutter, 
res 2800 Pine 

Gates James H, druggist, cor New 
Montgomery and Howard, res 10 
Russ 

Gates J R, (J R Gates & Co), res 334 
O'Farrell 

GATES J R & CO, J B 

wholesale and retail druggists, 417 
Sansomo 
GATES JUSTIN, druggist, also 
lurkish and Russian Lath*, 722 
Montgomery 



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<$ jGatje Mme, mirse, 930 Folsom 
•jj Gatling Band, H Kropp, maBager, 126i 
£J Kearny, res 45 Langton 

,g Gattmann, Jacobs & Co, (Lee Jacobs 
•rj | and J M'Gatlmann), cigar manufac- 
rj ! turers, 42u Front 
O Gattmann J M, (Gattmann, Jacobs & Co), 
H I res 197 Hyde 

r-* JGatto Antonio, wood and coal, 2738 Cal- 
^ | ifornia 

yf Gatto G, -wood and coal, 408 Devisadero 
;— j IGaubert Joseph, florist, 612 California 
^aughran John, cigars and tobacco, 702 

Brannan, res 126 Gilbert 
iGaussail E A, saloon, 1239 Stockton, res 

1509 Powell 
Gauthier A, (Gauthier & Smith), res 1122 

Market 
Gauthier & Smith, (A Gauthier and M H 
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jGeddes Chas, architect, 528 California, 
es 9j6 Guerrero 

Gerkens N H, grocer, 29 Clementina 

Geertc John, (Voss & Geertc). res Ken- 
tucky 

Gegan A F, grain and wool commis- 
sion. 302 California 

Gehrels Henry, saloon, NW cor Sac- 
ramento and Battery, res 915 Green- 
wich 

Gehret C & Co, (C Gehret), beer bot- 
tlers, 809 Geary 

GEHRET MRS S, importer and 
manufacturer of French corsets, 
steels and laces, 143 Larkin, res 



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QAVIGAN & WESTER- 

MAN, (Wm J Gavigan and H B 
Westernian), attorneys at law, 215 
Jj> i Sansome, rooms 11-13 
fV Gavigan WmJ, (Gavigan & Westerman), 
«* ! res 216 Seventh 

" lGa\in James, (James Gavin & Co), res 
*Zi i 950 Brush, Oakland 
_Q> IGavin Michael, saloon, 209 Third 

Gawthorne J F, stenographer, 331 Mont- 
gomery, room 23, res 137 Chestnut 
Gay Charles, real estate, 523 Montgom- 
ery 
Gaylord C, restaurant, 1819 Powell 
Gaynor J P, architect, 309 California 
Gaynor Patrick, teamster, 911 Battery 
Geantit A, butcher. 1618 San Francisco 

Market, res 717 Union 
Gear H L, attorney at law, 310 Pine, res 

1125 Ellis 
Gearhart C "W, stenographer, 330 Pine 
Gearon J F, barber, 1103 Howard, res 

1105 Howard 
Gearty James groceries, 224 Clara 
Geary Street Car Line, Daniel Meyer 
president, John Syme secretary, NE 
cor Geary and Buchanan 

GEARY STREET RESTAU- 
RANT, E Cook proprietor, 1601 
Geary 

Gebhard John, cigars, tobacco and 
fruit, foot of Commercial, res NW 
cor Clay and Davis 

Gebhardt & Graner, (Chas M Graner and 
Ph Gebhardt), saloon, 907 Market 

Gebhardt Ph, (Gebhardt & Graner), 416^ 
Larkin 

GECAN ANDREW, (Andrew 
Gecan & Co), res 1210 Polk 

GECAN ANDREW & CO, 

(Andrew Gecan). commission mer- 
chants, 210 Drumm 



Geier Mrs Matilda, stamping, NE cor 

Fillmore and Sacramento 
Geike Richard, barber, 153 Grove 
Geilfuss Henry, architect, 33 Kearny, 

res 8t9 Treat ave 
Geimann "W F, wood and coal, 1510 

Hyde, res 1718 Hyde 
GEIMANN WM, merchant tailor, 

115 Sutter, res 925 Jackson 
Geisel Eug E, grocer, .1207 Stockton, res 

331 Kearny 
Geisendorfer Mrs M (agent), stationery 

and periodicals, 158 Second 

GEISS HENRY, upholsterer and 
paper-hanging, 305 Grant ave, res 
423 Dupont 

Geissler L S, (Sherman, Clay & Co), res 
Alameda 

Geistlith Wm, clothing, 261 Third 

Geitner George, bootmaker, 1980 Fol 
som, res 1930 Folsom 

Geitner Lenard, blacksmith, 526 Mis- 
sion, res cor Folsom and Sixteenth 

Gellatley James R, books and stationery 
cor Mission and Fourth, res 10 Car- 
los Place 

GELLERT CHARLES, house 

and sign painter 918 Pacific, res 

1211 Powell 
Gellert Henry, (Gellert & Mendoza), res 

515 0ctavia 
Gellert Louis, tailor, Bryant Place, res 

515 Octavia 
Gellert & Mendoza, (Henry Gellert and 

Philip E Mendoza), barbers, : 

Bush 
Gendar J W (J W Gendar & Co), res 416 

Hyde 
Gendar J W & Co, candies, 948 Market 
Gendotti A, saloon, 1949 Mission 
Gendotti L, saloon, 508-510 Octavia, res 

1 319 Laurel 

GENESTA SALOON, J E Goble 
proprietor, cor Merrimac and Illi- 
nois 

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Geneva House, Mrs C W Miller, pro-|Gerlich Bros, (Geo Gerlich and Dick 
prietress, 118-120 Ellis Gerlich), saloon, 271 East 



Gerlich Geo, (Gerlich Bros), 



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Gerlich Richard, 

271 East 
German American Ins Co, Tom C Grant HJ 

general agent, 213 Sansome j m 

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Gensberger Max (Louis Klein & Co), res 

413 Mason 
Gensler Julius, tailor, 37 Eddy, res 917 

Stevenson 
Genster Jacob, barber, 415 ?4 Powell and 

808 Larkin, res 810 Larkin 
GENTIL DR ARTHUR, HairJ£ erman Butcher's Union731<Tpost 

Regenerator and hair dresser, 640 ft£ 

Green, res same 
George Mrs A, milliner, 120 Taylor 
GEORGE E, dentist, 114 Geary, res 

512 Devisadero 
George F, saloon, SW cor Noe and 

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George John, restaurant, 207 Third Fourteenth and Noe, office 535 Cali- , 

George Peter, fruits, 1502 Franklin ^-r,^ .™!?. I fel 

George Robert, secretary Sausalito Land GERMAN HOTEL, Fred C £rj 

and Ferry Co, 419 California, resL Jan ssen proprietor, 18 First J> 

German Ins Co r Jacobs & Easton agents t-i 

423 California 8 ' 

German Island Salt, (Alfred MacGrottv 
206 Sacramento 



German Democrat, Frederick Hess 
Co proprietors, 409-413 Bush 

German General Benevolent Society, C/3 
Eugene Romer general agent, 535 " 
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German Hospital, German General £2 



Benevolent Society proprietors, cor Zl' 



Sausalito 
Georges H, (Block £ Georges), res 651 % 
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Georges Leonard (Sherman, Clay & Co) 206 Sacramento 

Geraghty Michael, varieties, 1127 Fol-i GERMAN LAND AND CAT 

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Geraghty Patrick, groceries, NE cor 

Grove and Octavia 
Gerber J B, shoemaker, 302 Francisco 
Gerberding A, grain broker, 61 Mer 

chant's Exchange, res 1218 Clay 
Gercke Chas \V, bakery, 1924 Howard 
Gercke Win, propr William Tell House 

325 Bush 



123 California 
German Savings and Loan Society (The) 

L Gottig pres, Geo Lettesecv, bank' 

ers, 526 California 
Germain John, saloon, 215 Pacific 

GERMANIA FIRE INS CO 

of N if, (iutte & Frank general 
agents, 307 California 



Gercke Wm, (Freidrichs & Gercke), res'^J"™ 8 '^ 7 -^ 

737 Treat ave j GERMANIA HALL, Huber 

Gercke's Hotel, Geo Kneese propr, 922^ ^™ s Proprietors, 620 Bush 

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Gerdes A, stationer, 150 Sixth, res 869 

Mission 
Gerdes Alex, grocer, SE cor Ellis and 

Polk, res 44 Willow ave 
Gerdes H G, druggist, cor Eleventh 

and Mission 
Gere Geo G, physician, 120 Post 
Gerhardt Mrs Mary, bakery, 1155}* 

Howard 
Gerhow Fred, saloon, 2-4 Mission, res 

67 Tehama 
Gerisch G, carpenter, 818 Jackson 
Gerken Bros, (Hermann and Wm Ger- 

ken), saloon, 30 Turk 
Gerken D, saloon, 33 Main, res Oakland 
Gerken H, boots and shoes, 210 Fourth 
Gerken Hermann, (Gerken Bros) res 

116 Olive ave 
Gerken John, saloon, 507 Clay, res 115 

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J M Quay secretary, office 314 Cali 
fornia 

Germania Life Insurance Co, Julius 
Jacobs manager, 423 California 

GERMEA, Sperry & Co manufactur- 
ers, 22 California 

^Te^h^ < A Germon & Co), res 229 

Ger ^ n °° A & Co > (A Germon), lumber, 

29 Steuart 
Gerry S R, physician, 645 Washington 

res Alms House 



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Gerson N, (N Gerson & Col, res 1918] 
Gerson N & Co, ( N Gerson and M Phillip W 

cigars and tobacco, 730 Montgomery £* 
Gerst Garrison, (Anspacher Bros), res 

1400 McAllister 
Gerstenberg H W, oyster saloon, 13 

Polk, res 1519 Pine 

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Gerken Wm, (Gerken Bros), res 116 Olive 

ave " v "^e Gerstle Lewis, (Louis Sloss & Co), „ 

Gerlach G, physician, 1313 Golden Q*tJ<i„ + 15 iJ7 an Ne88 ave 

ave * uoiaen «ate,Gerts N L, (Oerts & Edgar), res 2910 Fill 

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LU Gerzabek Oscar V, Manager Union Oi 
III Co, res 605 Steiner 

Getchell V. inslow, lodging house, Shas 
tast 
L. Getleson B, (B Getleson & Co), res 1511 

ff\ Post 

W,Getlesoii B & Co, iB Getleson), leather 

520-522 Market 

>JGetz A. !l L Phillips & Co), res 1517 
Webster 
QT Getz B, (California Tallow Works) 
• , I Getz Bros & Co, (Joseph Getz and Louis 
*JJ| Getz), wholesale provisions, 209-211 
|">i Market 
^ Getz Joseph, (Getz Bros & Co), res 1724 

Bush 

f£ Getz Louis, (Getz Bros & Co), res 2930 
Wl California 

HGetz Maurice, (Krenz & Getz), res 1707 
—c- Post 
2'Getz R J. painter, 769 Market, res Wind- 

Osor Ho jse 
Geyser Soda Depot, 152 New Montgom- 

5 erv 

<£- Ghielmetti Luigi, wood and coal, SE 

cor Green and Larkin 
^ Ghio Felice, merchant tailor, 101 Mont- 
^ goinery ave, res 312 Filbert 
■ . i|Ghirardelli Anthony, (Ravenna, Ghirar- 
***\ delli & Co), res 920 Third, Oakland 
7 Ghirardelli D, (D Gbirardelli & Sons), 
res SW cor Fifth and Brush, Oak- 
land 
«■■ Ghirardelli D Jr, (D Ghirardelli & Son), 
<A res 2416 Fillmore 

^GHIRARDELLI D & SONS, 

«■■ j (D, D Jr, J and L Ghirardelli), man- 
| ufacturers coffee, chocolate and 

spices, 411-417 Jackson 
l Ghirardelli J, (D Ghirardelli & Sons), 

-J res Arlington House, Oakland 

DC Ghirardelli L, (D Ghhardelli & Sons), 

' ■.{ res 758 Sixth, Oakland 

1 ,GhislaL, urabrella factory, 1326 % Stock- 
r™| ton 

^ Gianelli D h Co, (D Gianelli), fruits etc, 
2ji "Ml Brvant 

< ijianettoni C, (Gianettoni & Scolari) res 
^ I 29 Sixth 

iGianettoni G, (G Gianettoni & Co), res 
s^\ 516 Pacific 

GIANETTONI G & CO, (G Gi- 

anettoni), proprietor Ticino Hotel, 

514-516 Pacific 
I Gianettoni M, saloon, 29 Sixtb 
GIANETTONI & SCOLARI, 

(C Gianettoni and V Scolari), saloon 

Montgomery ave, bet Kearny and 

Pacific 
Gianettoni Stephen, (Pedrazzo & Gian> 

ettoni), res 902 Howard 
Giannini Henry P, saloon, 2127 Mission 

res Eighteenth and Capp 



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Giannini H G, laundry, 824 Laguna 
Giannini P A, watchmaker and jeweler, 

109 Montgomery, res 316 Hayes 
Giannotti L, fruits, 214 Sixth 
Gianotti R, saloon. 1012 Valencia 

GIANT POWDER CO, Albert 
Dibblee, president. L B Chapman,! 
secretary, office 30 California, works 
"West Berkeley 

Gibb James, saloon, 617 Merchant, res 
1818 Geary 

Gibbes C D, surveyor, 628 Montgomery 

Gibbes J T, surveyor, 628 Montgomery 

Gibbon E F, jeweler, 625 Kearny, res 
2112 California 

Gibbon J F, physician, 623 Kearny, res 
2112 California 

GIBBONS HENRY Jr, M D, 
phys.cian and professor obstetrics 
and deseases of women and chil- 
dren and Dean Cooper Medical Col- 
lege, 920 Polk, res same 

Gibbons T M, candy factory, 1308 Mar- 
ket, res 1071 Market 

Gibbons "VYm, harness maker, 2102 Fill- 
more 

Gibbs Abraham (Abraham Gibbs & Co), 
res 1421 Mission 

GIBBS ABRAHAM & CO, 

manufacturers of clothing, 321 Pine 

Gibbs Chas E (Scotchler & Gibbs), res 
833 Post 

Gibbs CVS, marine adjuster, 318 Cali- 
fornia, res 722 Post 

Gibbs Fred A (George W Gibbs & Co), 
res 431 Bartlett 

Gibbs George W (George W Gibbs & Co), 
res SW cor Sixteenth and Capp 

GIBBS GEORGE W & CO, 

(George W Gibbs, Fred A Gibbs and 
Ed A Self ridge), importers and deal- 
ers in iron and steel, 34-40 Beale 
and 33-39 Fremont 

Gibbs John, turner, 31 Ninth 

Gibbs R F, saw maker, 626 Mission, 
res Amerioan Exchange Hotel 

QIBBS W C, adjuster marine los- 
ses, office 318 California, res 154 
Third, Oakland 

GIBEAU I iO, blacksmith, horse- 
shoer and wagon maker, 507-509 
Twenty-sixth, res 2912 Mission 

Gilbert Angelin, bootmaker, 184 Jessie, 
res 233 Minna 

Giblin T J, saloon, 1301 Leavenworth, 
res 1329 Clay 

Gibney Thomas F, saloon, 131 Fifth, res 
430 Clementina 

Gibson O W, groceries, 24-26 Ellis, res 
122 East Twelfth, Oakland 

GIBSON & FLOURNOY, 
(Wm F Gibson and John Flournoy), 
attorneys at law, 206 Sansome 



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Gibson J C, carpenter, 30 New Mont- 
gomery 
GIBSON, PARISH & CO, 

(A A Marshall agent), upholsterer's 
goods, room 40 Phelan Building 

Gibson S W, barber, 1209 Valencia 

Gibson Thomas, assistant observer 
United States Signal Service, 42 
Merchants' Exchange, res 730 Geary 

Gibson Wm F, (Gibson & Flournoy), 
res 2407 Clay 

Gies Kilian, barber, 434 Pacific, res 1 
Montgomery Court 

Giescben Herman, groceries and liquors, 
39 Taylor, res 105 Turk 

Giese Bros, (Claus Giese and Jurgen 
Giese), grocers. 230 Pacific 

Giese Claus, (Giese Bros), res 712 San- 
some 

Giese Jurgen, (Giese Bros), res 704 
Battery 

GIESEN ROBERT, blacksmith 
and wagonmaker, 3u5 Linden ave, 
res 718 Fulton 

Giess George, carpenter, 305 Grant ave 

Gifhn O F, commission merchant, 310 
Pine, room 28, res 2002 Jackson 

Gihon Geo H, (Thomas Gihon & Son), 
res 422 Bryant 

Gihon Thomas, (Thomas Gihon & Son), 
res 422 Bryant 

Gihon Thomas & Son, (Thomas and Geo 
H Gihon), engravers, 109 Montgom- 
ery 

Gilbert William, grocer, 1433 Dupont, 
res 17 Brannan place 

Gilbert August, candy factory, 227 Post, 
res 200 Stockton 

Gilbert C W, vice-president Sterling 
Furniture Co, res OakJand 

Gilbert Francis D, physician, 1247 Mar- 
ket 

Gilbert James, (James Gilbert & Co), 
res 637 Sievenson 

GILBERT J & CO, (Jan Gilbert 
and Geo Hand), hardware, 52 First 

Gilbert .Michael, crockery, 153 Fourth, 
res 748 Folsom 

Gilbert William, attorney at law, 323 
Kearny, res 227 Po3t 

Gilcrest John, civil engineer, 325 Mont- 
gomery, res Oakland 

Giletti Secondo, (Chatain & Giletti), res 
1707 .Sacramento 

Gilliani F M, agent L D Stone k Co, 
res 1122 Eighth, Oakland 

Gill Gus, saloon, 16 Eddy 

Gill Jas B, manager Sin Francisco 
District Tel office, 200 8utter, res 
1314 Ellis 

Gill Mrs Mary, bakery, cor Fifteenth 
and Shotwell 



GILLER C E, engraver and die 
sinker, 402 Montgomery, room 32, 
res Parker ave 

Gilleran James, proprietor, Windsor 
Hotel, SW cor Market and Fifth 

Gillespie C V. searcher of re cuds 402 
Montgomery, res 2019 Devisadero 

GILEESPIE G G, carpenter and 
builder, lv08 Devisadero, res 1609 
Devisadero 

Gillespie Mrs L K, bakery, 1305 Leaven- 
worth 

GILEESPIE WM C, collector, 
410 Kearny, res 27 Hinkley 

Gillespie W J, (Robinson & oillespie), 
res 2009 Jackson 

Gillespy & Childs, (Jno H Gillespy and 
Walter C Childs), commission mer- 
chants and manufacturer's agents, 
123 California 

Gillespy Jno H, (Gillespy & Childs), 
123 California 

GILEI R C, druggist, 523 Davis, res 
same 

Gilligan Miss Kate, dressmaker, 115 
Kearny 

Gilliland Adam, cashier Hartford Fire 
Insurance Co, res 926 Fil more 

Gilliland W J, (Robinson & Gilliland) , 
res 310 Turk 

Gillin Edward S, stenographer, 331 
Montgomery, res 1M Montgomery 

Gillin George B, attorney at law, 429 
Montgomery 

Gilman B F, tule bottle covers, 420-422 
Ninth, res 417 Tenth 

Gilman C H, (Gilmui i Dauforth), res 
170 Ninth, Oakland 

Gilman & Danforth, (C H Gilman and 
E P Danforth), Front Bt, warehouse, 
SW cor Front and Broadway; At- 
lantic free warehouse, SEcor Front 
and Broadway; and Atlantic C S 
bonded warehouse, 716-718 Battery 

Gilman G B, (Gilman, Walker, & Co). 
Lowisville Ky 

Gilman J T (\V T Donellan .v Co), res 
Acampo 

Gilman, Walker & Co (G 13 Gilman and 
J G Walker), whiskies, rj.1 Front 

Gilmartin Owen, saloon, SV.' cor Spear 
and Folsom 

Gilmore A, secretary California Endow- 
ment Association. 806 Market 

Gilmore J H, real estate agent, ■•-! Mont- 
gomery, res 2032 Bush 

Gilmour Thomas, saloon, NE c<>r Grove 
and Laguna 

Gilmour Wm, carpenter, 704 Laguna 

Gilson Livingston (Janin & Gilsou), 211 
Sansome, res Palace Hotel 

Gim H & Co, jewelers, 801 Dupont 



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ra i and hardware, 2637 Market 
c8 .Gingg J.butcher, 44 Grand Central niark- 
"Jjj I et, res 43 Willow ave 
r-t GINOCCHIO D, saloon, 539 Wash- 
ington, res 516 Filbert 
Ginocchio G, commission merchant, 315 

Commercial, res 2727 Folsom 
GINTY JAMES (Harrigan & 

Ginty), 625 Minna 
Giocondo Chisselli, saloon, 107 Pacific, 

res 103JS Pacific 
Giovanetti Charles (Menesini & Giova- 

netti), res 304 Clementina 
Giovanetti G & Co (C Maggini and G 
Giovanetti), commission merchants 
204 Washington 
Giovanni Gini, saloon, 632 Broadway 
Giovannini Angelo (Demartini & Co), res 

511 Broadway 
Giovannini & Co (P Giovannini), 105 

Fremont 
GIOVANNINI DANIEL, 
charcoal, wood and coal, 808-814 

GIOVANNINI FRANCIS. 

CO, coal and wood, 431 Broadway, 
res same 

GIOVANNINI FRANCIS- 
CO, saloon, *26 Broadway 

Giovannini Philip, (Giovannini & Co), 
res 425 Ridley 

GIOVANNINI SABATINO, 

proprietors Italian Colony Saloon, 
1129 Dupont 

GIOVANNONI A, proprietor 
San Pietro Ranch Saloon, 618 Front, 
res 707 Greenwich 

Girard A, cigars and tobacco, 13U 
Stockton 

GIRARD 1 FIRE INS CO of 
Philadelphia, Hutchinson & Mann 
agents, NE cor California and San- 
some 

GIRARD LOUIS, boot and shoe 
manufacturer, 267 % Stevenson, res 
same 

Girardin M H, barber, 1905 Fillmore 

Giraud. E, (Giraud & Martin), res 832 Clay 

Giraud & Martin, (E Giraud and Charles 
Martin), saloon, 532 Pacific 

Girls High School, (Public School), John 
Swett principal, cor Bush and Hyde 

Girvin E A, stenographer, 331 Mont- 
gomery, res 412 Scott 

Girvin J W, (J W Girvin & Co), res 105 
Broderick 

GIRVIN J W & CO, (J W Gir- 
vin), belting, rubber goods, fire ap- 
paratus, etc, 24 California, Tele- 
phone 832 

Girvin R D, (Blum, Baldwin & Girvin), 
res 1812 Gough 



Giry A, clothing, 635 Kearny, res 416 

Grove 
Giselman Wm, real esiate, 120 Phelan 
Building, res 1720 Golden Gate ave 
Gisen C E, butcher, 514 Valencia 
Gisin Adolph, butcher, 843 Valencia 
GITCHELL J M, register i 
bankruptcy and! attorney at law 
room 10, 636 Clay, res 1227 Wash- 
ington 
Giuffre Joseph, barber, 316 Dupont 
Giugni & Barbieri, (C Giugni and G 

Barbieri), saloon, 819 Stockton 
Giugni C, (Giugni & Barbieri), res 41934 

Filbert 
Giurach Matteo, restaurant, 305 Sixth, 

res 1043 Twenty-fourth 
GIUSTI J A, oyster dealer and res- 
taurant, 105 California Market, res 
718 Broadway 
Giusto F, expressman, 510 Grove 
GIVANOVICH ADOLPH 
(Givanovich Bros), res 437 Fell 

GIVANOVICH ANTHONY, 

(Givanovich Bros), res 437 Fell 
GIVANOVICH BROS, (An- 
thony Givanovich and Adolph Gi- 
vanovich), saloon, 1059 Howard 
Givin C E, butcher, 514 Valencia 
Givovich N A, dentist, 703 Market, res 
1615 Van Ness ave 

GLADDING, McBEAN & CO, 

Charles Gladding, George Cham- 
bers and P McG McBean, sewer, 
water and chimney pipe, 1358-1360 
Market 

Gladstone G and S M Co, E M Hall sec- 
retary, 314 Montgomery 

Glanville Wm W, manager Orin Jones 
& Co), res 1271 Eight Oakland 

Glaser Lewis, notions, 501 Haight 

Glasko Morris, furniture and junk, 237 
Third and 16283$ Mission 

Glass Mrs L, corsets, 38 McAllister 

Glass Max, tailor, 2924 Sixteenth 

Glassford Lieut Wm A, in charge U S 
Signal Service, 302 Montgomery, res 
Tubb's Hotel, Oakland 

ilassman A B, barber, 9 Pacific, res 
517 Union 

Glassman Charles, barber, 1405 Pacific, 
res 504 Green 

Glassman Jacob, cigars and tobacco, 
335 Montgomery, res 314 Jones 

Gleason Eugene O, groceries, 1233 Mar- 
ket, res 786 Stevenson 

Gleason. J H, barber, 240 Kearny, res 
935 Sacramento 

GLEASON P, building raiser and 
mover, 307 Mason 

Gleason W H, (Goss & Gleason), res 
Thirteenth and Mission 



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Gleed Ambrose, East India and English 
Condiments, 943 Folsom 

Glen House (The), Mrs A TV Nahor, pro- 
prietor, 236 Sutter 

Glencoe Con Mining Co, 123 California 

Glennan Martin, butcher, cor O'Farrell 
atid Jones, res 432 O'Farrell 

Glens Falls Ins Co, Jacobs & Easton, 
423 California 

Gless Alois, saloon, 401 Fourth 

Glickman David, jeweler, 2006 Fillmore, 
res 2306 Webster 



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Godchaux E, commission merchant and 

manufacturers' agent, 120 Sutter/ 

res 826 Ellis 
Godchaux L, (M Brandensteiu x Co>. res ^ 

526 Ellis 
Goddard C L, dentist, 131 Post, res rt 

1326 Chestnut, Oakland , Zj 

Goddard O M, manager for DM Osborne! ^ 

& Co, res Paru and Santa Clara av<\ h^ 

Alameda M 

Godeau Julius, butcher, 1404 Dupor.t, £3 

res 208 Francisco | fcj 



GLOBE BRASS AND BELL GODEAU P E, butcher, 1404 Du- n 

irn-k-rT-fcT-rk-D-v WLvtoi-ricRmriP ; Tinnt. res 'Jfifi Francisco ! K^ 



proprietors, (Neil C Whyte and GODECKE CHARLES, »*- j/> 

Louis De Rome), manufacturers of j sage factory, 13 r9 Pacific, res lol . <-< 
all kinds of bronze, brass, compo-i Pacific |M 

sition," zinc and babbit metal cast- Godet L, laundry, 920 Howard 
'ngs, bells, gongs, etc, 137Bealeand|Godfrey TV A H, furnishing goods. 1506 J^ 

Howard ^ 

Godsil Timothy, fruits, etc, Harris. >n O 

bet Twenty-Fifth and Twenty-Sixth, fcl 

Godsil T, fruits, 718 Brannan ^, 

GOE S E, D D S, dentist, 2 :.;-. $J 

Post 



292 Howard 
Globe Business College, J T "Welham, 

superintendent, 640 Clay 
Glootz Adolph, (New England Soap Co), 

res 1507 Sacramento 
Glootz John, saloon, 421 Geary, res 



1116J« Larkin 
Glos Andrew, boot and shoe maker, 524 

Sixth 
Glosser George W, bakery, 1708 Devisa- 

dero 
Gloster *& Davis Implment Company, 

agricultural implements, 1021 to 

1027 Bryant 

GLOVER STEPHEN C, har 

ness and saddles, 422 Jackson, res 

420 Valle o 
Glucksman F, gents' furnishing goods, 

6£8 Third 
Glunz Christian, (George F Van de Mark 

& Co), res 1354 Center, Oakland 



Goeckeritz Ernest H, saloon, 1048 How-; HI 
ard, res 550 Natoma j »— i 

Goedeike P L, butcher, 1322 Dupo.it, 
res 537 Montgomery ave : ~3 

Goehring Adolph, artificial flowers and; ^ 



feathers, 913 Mission 

Goeppert George, (George Goeppert k 
Cot, res cor McAllister and Frank-! 
lin 

Goeppert George & Co, (George Goep- 
pert and John Rapp). U S Beer bot- 
tlers, cor McAllister and Franklin 

Goethals C L, sewing machines, 1122 



Stockton j £3 

Goethe Madame Mary, fortune teller, ^ 

Jlynn & Bridgeman, (Emerson O Glynn; fift t 9 i^« FARTAN iGoetieu Cfl 
and John W Bridgeman), draymen, .METJEN FABIAN,^ Goet jt u O 

lly £^S6?urk Glyiin & M H^^^™^^^ 

man), res 206Turk GOETJEN &, WOEBKE 

GLYNN JOHN P, fine Havana bian Goetjen and John Woebke), 

groceries and liquors, NE cur Bry- 
ant and Fourth 
Goetz Paul, saloon, 775 Mission 
Goetze Frederick W, fresco painter, 63 
Valencia 



cigars, tobacco, pipes, cigarettes, 
snuff, etc, 222 Fourth, res 351 Te- 
hama 

Glynn Wm, saloon, 158 First, 'res 16 
Natoma 



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Goad William F, attorney at law and ^ off Mrs l ^ uurse , 727 Broadway 
president Board of Education, 006;£j o „ er Charles, plumbing and fU fit 
Montgomery, res NW cor Washing- 



g, 221 Dupont, res 612 Polk £tf 

Goggin E W, (Francis, Valentine .v Co), K$ 

res 726 Geary w 

Goich A, oyster siloon, 12 Hayes, r< - ^ 

cor Fulton and Ociavia j_i 

Goicovich George, restaurant, 80S- T. 

GOD ARD HENRY, from I East S 

Paris, musical instrument maker, |Goicovich J, restaurant, 9281 Larkl L*2 



ton and Gough 
Gobev Frank, saloon, 228 Sutter 
GOBLE J E, saloon, cor Merrimac 

and Ijlinois, res end of railroad 

wharf, long bridge 



230 O'Fariell, res same 



res 96 Stockton 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic for fray Hair, 



SOLD BY ALL DKK. 
GISTS and BARBEKb 



FivPTYian's Fnnd Tnc Cn haa paii ln tbe bu,t twenty-four years losses 

J remans nana ms. uo. aggregating 87,000,000.00. 





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Golcher H C, (Clabrough & Golcher), res 



1506 Taylor 

JJL iGolcher W.j, (Clabrough & Golcher), res 

W I 1506 Taylor 

jGold and Stock Telegraph Company of 

^"»j California, H G Phillips, superin- 
tendent, L'22 Saupome 



I GOLDBERG, BOWEN & CO, 

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(Jacob Goldberg and C R Bowen) 
v ft i grocers, 428-430- 4J2 Pine 
GJJ Goldberg, D, tailoring, cleaning, etc, 

118 Leidesdorff, res 818 H Mont- 

gorn ery 

manager The 
Brunswick- 
Balke Collender Co, res 

Goldberg Jacob, (Goldberg, Bowen & 
S£ Co), res 2620 California 

Goldberg Max, money and warrant 
broker, 538 Kearny, res 1020 Vallejo 

Goldberg 8, carpets and oil cloths, 933 
Market, res 1035 Mission 

iGolden Age Mill Co, 721 Battery 

GOLDBERG S L. (Esberg, Bach- 
man & Co) res llul Adeline, Oak- 
land 

iGolden Alois, boot maker, NW cor of 
Twenty-Second and Valencia 



GOLDEN GATE PUBLISH- 



ING CO, Amos Adams, presi 

dent, J J Owen, editor and man-i 

ager, Mrs Mattie P Owen, secretary,! 

734 Montgomery 
GOLDEN GATE WIRE 

CLOTH MANUFAC-! 

TORY, Victor Enginger, pro-! 

prietor, wire cloth of every des-l 

cription, 108 Main 
Golden Jacket Mining Company, room 

24, 331 Montgomery 
GOLDEN JOHN, janitor Halleck 

Block, SW cor Sacramento and San 

6ome, res same 
Golden State Lodging House, Mrs E A 

Woodhull, proprietor, 106 Eddy 
821 Eddy GOLDEN GATE WOOLEN 



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Ariel Lathrop president, William 
Harney secretary, manufacturers 
blankets rassimeres, tweeds and 
flana.'., 5J5 Market 

GOLDEN STATE AND 
MINERS' IRON WORKS, 
Wales L Palmer, president, Horace 
B Angell, secretary and superin- 
tendent, 237 to 251 First 

Golden Thomas, uudertaker, 114 Gol- 
den (iate ave, res 219 Turk 



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GOLDEN C H ANNELl GolderLouis ' g roce r, NW cor Howard 
DRIFT MINING CO, a bL *?i T *? t , h t „ ' 
Paul, jr, secretary, 328 Montgomery] Goldfish, Cohn & Co, (Benjamin Gold- 



Golden Charles P, cooper, 104-106 Com 
mercial, res 532 Mission 

Golden City Brewery, G Breck, proprie- 
tor, 1431 Pacific 

GOLDEN CITY CHEMICAL 

WORKS, C O'Connor, piesident, 



fish and Samuel Cohn), commission 

merchants, 215 Sansome 
Golding Mrs Thomas, music teacher 

607 Turk 
Goldman & Co, (Max Goldman and Louis 

Lipman), stock brokers, 306 Mont 



Kerrison, secretary, 313 Goldlnan 6 "" 



Montgomery 
)LD~ 

John P Gallagher and Kobert Gj 
Wilson, cor Montgomery and Broad- 
way 
Golden Gate Flouring Mills, Horace' fio] 
Davis & Co, proprietors, 41-49 First! 



cor Butte 
(J Schussler & Co), res 



Jacob, groceries 

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428 Franklin 
Goldman Joseph H, billiards, 8 and 12 
Eddy, res 520 O'Farrell 

Louis J, (Goldman & Son), 
res 1914 Howard 



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jcii ^aie maijiei, (estate u. o Eoese. r*f\~r •¥■»■»«• a -vr o ▼ * 

proprietor^, James Boves, manager *i GOLDMAN S L, secretary Japan- 
Davis cor Clark manager,. eae rree ^port^g Co and commi8 . 

^«x ii™ «7^ -™~« 8ion mer chant, 120 Sutter, res 1012 

GOLDEN GATE NURSERY, 1 Van Ness ave 

David yeely.propribtor, NE cor of Goldman & Son, (Louis J Goldman), dry 



Folsom and Twentieth 
UJ jGolden Gate Paper Box Factory 



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Fleishhacker, proprietor, 532 Mar 
ket, res 2110 California 

GOLDEN GATE PARK RE- 
SORT, Peter Tiitsch, proprietor, 
D st ne^r First ave 

GOLDEN GATE PLASTER 
MIJLLS, Lucas & Co, proprietors,! 
215-217 Main 



goods, 2933-5 Sixteenth 

Goldmeyer J H, butcher, 1600 Mission, 
res 913 Natoina 

Goldschmidt H, dry goods, 468 H Sixth, 
res 468 Sixth 

Goldschmidt Henry, cigars and to- 
bacco, 419 Fourth 

GOLDSMITH A M, secretary 
The San Francisco Pioneer Woolen 
Factory, res 2071 Webster, Oakland 



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MOCUBDY, Pms 



_ ,,. _ A . m. Wood, Terra Cotta and Marbleized Slate and Iron 

FatllSOll Li. A. & 00. Mantels. 308 Stockton, opp. Union Club. 



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Goldsmith E S, engraver, 26 Mont- 

gomerv 
GOLDSMITH J R, °e^ 8 dealer, 

1000}$ Market, res 233 Golden Gate 

ave 
Goldsmith Simon, ladies' furnishing 

goods. 250 Third, res 528 Turk 
Goldstein Abe, (Goldstein Bros), res 

208 Van Ness ave 
Goldstein Ben, (Goldstein Bros), res 

208 Van Ness ave 
Goldstein Bros, (Ben Goldstein and Abe 

Goldstein), fringe manufacturers, 

655 Market 
Goldstein & Co, (Leon Goldstein and J 

C Kernan, printers, 326 Pine 
Goldstein & Cohn, (Samuel Goldstein 

and Herman Cohn), hair goods, 7 

Kearny 
Goldstein Emanuel L, (Leon Blum & 

Co, and B Dreyfuss & Co), res 1423 

Sutter 
Goldstein Jacob, (Goldstein & Mierson), 

res 1312 Larkin 
Goldstein Leon, (Goldstein & Co), res 

501 Geary 

GOLDSTEIN & MAIRSON, 

(Jacob Goldstein and Max Mairson), 
manufacturers cigars, 35 Sutter 

Goldstein Henry, loan office, 664 How- 
ard 

Goldstein Samuel, (Goldstein & Cohn), 
res 25 Haight 

Goldstein Simon, (Goldstein & Cohen), 
re=» 25 Haight 

Goldstone, (Peter, Jacob and Charles 
Goldstone), poultry, 11-12 Grand 
Western Market 

Goldstone Charles, (Goldstone), res 1433 
Pine 

Goldstone Harris, cigars and tobacco, 

502 Hayes res 422}$ Grove 
Goldstone J B (Starbird & Goldstone), 

res 1051 Howard 

Goldstone Jacob, (Goldstone), res 1413 
Pine 

Goldstone Peter (Goldstone), res 1433 
Pine 

Goldstone Samuel (Levinson & Gold- 
stone), res 2434 Jackson 

Goldthwaite Alfred (Littlefield, Allison 
&Co) 

Goldthwaite Mrs Oceana I, teacher mu- 
sic, dancing and elocution, 18 Ele- 
venth 

Goldtree Isidore (H Swartz & Co), res 
105 Polk 

Goldwater M, clothing, 49 Sacramento 

Goldzieher Stephen, teacher languages, 
4H Jones 

Goller Henry, painter, 1515 Broadway 

Gollner William, coal and wood, cor 
Hayes and Buchanan 



GOLLY AUG, watchmaker, 208 

Sutter, res 520 Filbert 
Golly John B, bookseller and news 

agent, 302 Stockton, res 1715 Stock- 

ton 
Golly Joseph (Golly & Krueckel), res 

1619}$ Dupont 
Golly & Krueckel (Joseph Golly and 

Andrew Krueckel), barbers, 325 

Grant ave 
Golly Leon, Standard Soap Co, res Oak- 
land 
Gomez Mrs Annie, boarding house, 29 

Commercial 
Gomez J, groceries, 1402}$ Powell 
Goncalves M, bootmaker, 616 Post 
Good John (Thistlethwaite & Good) 
Goodall Captain Chas (Goodall, Perkins 

& Co), res SE cor McAllister and 

Pierce 
Goodall Edwin (Goodall, Perkins & Co), 

res cor Madison and Fourteenth, 

Oakland 

GOODALL, PERKINS & CO 

Chas GooJall, George C Per 



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(Capt Chas Gooaall, George V Jeer j ^ 
kins and Edwin Goodall), general [T] 
agents Pacific Coast S S Co, agents 
O R & N Co, proprietors and agents 
for tugboats and agents Spring 
Valley water works for shipping, 10 
Market 

Goodday Louis, dry goods, 232}$ Sixth 

Goodell Council, proprietor Marlbo- 
rough House, NW cor Second and 
Folsom 

Gooder Edwin, manufacturers' agent, 
4^1 Larkin 

GOODFELLOW W S (Jarboe, 
Harrison and Goodfellow), attorney 
at law, 230 Montgomery 

Goodkind Abraham (M Hyman & Co), 
res 2295 Sacramento 

Goodkind H, (Fechheimer, Goodkind & 
Co), res New York 

Goodkind Mayer, H Palmer & Co), res 

1531 Sutter i ^ 

GOODMAN ABRAHAM, O 

watches, jewelry and silverware, m 

414 Kearny res same J !_J 

Goodman Miss Augusta, milliner, 1324}$ JJ 

Polk rn 

Goodman & Cohen, (H J Goodman and . 

Max Cohen), cigars and tobacco 2061 

Sutter 
GOODMAN D, poultry and game 

76-78 California Market, res 1118 

8utter 
Goodman Geo, manager California Aitl-' 

ricial Stone Paving Co, 404 Mont-, 

gomery, res NE cor Williams and 

San Pablo ave. Oakland 
Goodman George L, (Geo L Goodman,* 

Co), res 2331, Bush 



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Goodman George L & Co, (George L 

Goodman), stationer and printing, 

207 Sansome 
Goodman H J, (Goodman & Cohen), 
Goodman Marcus, tailor, 532 Hayes 
Goodman Maurice, barber, 1646 Polk 
GOODMAN T H, general pas 

senger and ticket agent S P Co, 

room 14 Fourth and Townsend, res 

Palace Hotel 
Goodrich J H, carriage and truck ma 

nufacturer, 110-112 Oregon, res 615 

Pulton 
Goodrich Taylor, stoves and tinware, 

27 New Montgomery, res 2332 

Mission 
Goodshaw Manufacturing Co, Chas C 

Harvey, secretary, 309 California 
Goodwin C, pork packer, 15-32 Center 

Market, res 262u Bush 

GOODWIN FRANK, (Asphai- 
tum Rooting Co), 521 Turk, res 
same 

Goodwin Jas, harness-maker, 665 How- 
ard 

Goodwin Michael (M Goodwin & Co), 
res 1228 H Folsom 

Goodwin M & Co, (Michael Goodwin), 
wholesale liquors, 407 Battery 

Goodwin Thos, proprietor St Nicholas 
Hotel 

GOODYEAR RUBBER CO, 
R H Pease Jr and S M Runyon, 
agents, 577-579 Market 

Gooley Oscar, grocer, 1057 Bryant 

Goost Bernard, clothing, )35 Fourth 

GORDAN BROS, merchant 
tailors, 13 Kearny 

GORDAN J, "The Tailor," 

(Jacob Gordan), 1122 and 1124 Mar- 
ket, bet Mason and Taylor, res 
805 % Gearv 

GORDAN ROBERT, merchant 
tailor, 908 Market, res 512 Hyde 

GORDON C W, book and job 
printer and agent The A M Dolph 
Co, laundry machinery and sup- 
plies, office room 67, 320 Sansome 
and 419 Sacramento, res 912 Taylor 

Gordon Miss E E, propr Maine Lodging 
House, 614 Kearny 

Gordon Geo F, (Gordon & Young) res 
Honolulu 

Gordon Geo W, attorney at law, office 
320 Sansome, res Grand Hotel 

GORDON JAMES E, hardware 
wholesale, and manager Saratoga 



Gordon Patrick, groceries, wood and 
coal, 240 Langton 

Gordon & Young, (Geo F Gordon and 
Edward B Young), attorneys at law, 
430 Montgomery 

Gorfmkel Wm, barber, 466 Sixth, res 
462 % Sixth 

Gorham Geo C Jr, attorney at law, 52 
Nevada Block, res 567 Seventh 
Oakland 

Gorham Mrs M A, (Richards & Co), res 
106 Taylor 

Gorham M C, grocer, 164 Jessie 

Gorie James, wood and coal, 927 Mar- 
ket, res 116 Turk 

Gorman J B, carriage painter, 1317 
Market 

Gorman Martin E, saloon, 313 Folsom 

Goron Nelson, observer in charge U S 
signal service, 42 Merchants' Ex- 
change, res 1130 Pine 

GORRILL R W, president Pa- 
cific Bridge Co, 4 California, res 
1231 Myrtle, Oakland 

Gorton C D, dentist, 925 Market 

Gosling S, bootmaker, 803 Folsom 

Goslinsky E, (E Goslinsky & Co), res 
1360 Post 

GOSLINSKY E & CO, (E Gos- 
linsky and Geo Brownstein), manu- 
facturers fine cigars and importers 
leaf tobacco, 219-221 Battery 

Goss Charles E, (Goss & Gleason), res 
California ave foot of Howard 

GOSS & DOW, (L Goss and Geo E 
Dow), 6team pump works, 114-116 



Orchard Co and Saratoga Implement 

Co, 202 Market, res Saratoga 
GORDON & HEALY, (E Healy 

and M Go. don), saloon, 1*2 Hayes 
Got don M, (Gordon in Healy), 'res 821 

Jessie 



Goss Mrs E J, proprietor Tremont 
House, 523 Kearny 

GOSS & GLEASON, (Charles E 
Goss and W H Gleason), wood and 
coal, hay and grain, SW cor Seven- 
teenth and Mission 

Goss L, (Uow Steam Pump Works), res 
Berkeley 

Goss M, (M Goss & Co), res 27 Valencia 

Goss M & Co, (M Goss and Joseph Spit- 
evi), game and poultry, 422 Clay 

GOTLAND EXCHANGE, 

A F Strand, proprietor, 525 East 
Gott G A, (Gott & "White), res Oakland 
Gott & White, (H R Whiteand G A Gott), 

agents for paint for iron ships, 11 & 

Steuart 
Gottheim. L & Co, (L Gottheim), tailors, 

Chronicle Building 



Gottig L, president German Savings 
and Loan Society, res 1806 Pjne 

Gottlieb Joseph, (Joseph Gottlieb & Co), 
res 150" Scott 

Gottlieb Joseph & Co, (Joseph Gottlieb), 
cigar manufacturers, 418 Battery 



The Mutual Life las, Co, 



of N. Y. Rich'd D. McCurdy, Pres. A. B. Forbes 
Geo. Agt. Pacific Coast, 214 Sansome st,, 8, F, ' 



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Gottlieb Louis, shoemaker, 320 Taylor 
Gotto G, (A Sturla & Co), res 408 Devis- 

adero 
Gottschalk C H, watches and jewelry, 

507 California, res 21 Albion ave 
Gottung Mrs Kate, dressmaker, 657 

Minna 

Goubert John, restaurant 1119 Dupont 
GOUGHProf A PW, navigation 

school, res 871 Market 

GOULD & CURRY S M CO, 

A K Durbrow, secretary, 69 Nevada 

Block 

Gould Sid, (Eggers & Gould) 
Gove C A, (Gove & Co), res 810 Wood, 

Oakland 
Gove & Co, (C A Gove), grain cleaners 

and receivers, cor Montgomery and 

Chestnut 
Gove David M, druggist, 2101 Fillmore, 

res 2402 California 
Gover Mining and Milling Co, Jonas 

Call pres, M T Ashby secy, 402 

Front 

Goyheneix Peter, laundry, 611 Turk 
GRABAU ROBERT H, (Neu- 

bert & Grabau), res o07 Gough 
Graber J, saloon, 810 Kearny 
Grabo C F, furniture, 1100 Valencia 
Grabolle John, baker, 913 Bryant 
Gracchi G, (L Baglietto & Co), res 14 

Gadell 
Grace Episcopal Church, cor California 

and Stockton 
GRACE JOHN, horseshoer, 1108 

Howard, res cor McAllister and 

Lyon 
Grace John W, (J W Grace & Co), res 

Valparaiso 
Grace J W & Co, (John W Grace, Geo L 

Duval and W E Holloway), commis 

sion merchants, 430 California 
Grace M E Church, Mission near Eigh 

teenth 
Grace M E Mission, Twenty-third bet 

Alabama and Florida 
Grade William A. (Wm A Grade & Co), 

res 10U0 Montgomery 
Grade William A & Co, (William A 

Grade and A Bergmann), confec- 
tioners, 533 Washington 
Gradwohl Mrs Esther, varieties, 1134 

Folsom 
Gradwohl Maurice, attorney at law, 401 

California, res 2432 Bush 
GRABBER CHARLES, butcher 

and pork packer, 2121 Fillmore, res 

same 

Grnef Carl T, attorney at law, 623 Com- 
mercial, res 7C8 Shotwell 
Graf Brothers, (J L Graf), hair goods, 

120 Sutter 
Graf J L, (Graf Bros), res 620 McAllister 



GRAFT A S & CO, (A S Graff), 
lamp manufacturers, 51 Fremont 
and 47 Second, res same 

Graff R W, special insurance agent, 314 
Montgomery, res San Leandro 

Graham John R, fruit, etc, 661 Twen- 
tieth 

Graham JT, grocer, cor Twenty-seventh 
and Alabama 

GRAHAM M A, Oriental Ma- 
chine Works, steam engines, hy- 
draulic, steam and foot presses, 
shafting and pulleys, mining and 
agricultural machinery, hydraulic, 
steam and sidewalk elevators, re- 
pairing a specialty, SE cor Mission 
and Beale, res 310 Mason 

Graham Mrs Mary, bakery, 504 Ninth 

Graham Paper Co, (W G Richardson), 
529 Commercial 

Grainger Wm, secretary Ithaca Consoli- 
dated Gold and Silver Mill and 
Mining Company, 116 Phelan Build- 
ing, res Oakland 

Gram Thysen, piano manufacturer, 132 
Ninth 

Gramlich S, bakery, 738 Howard 

Gramon Jean,(Gramon &Lafourguette), 
res Railroad ave 

Gramon Jean, barber, Railroad ave 

Gramon & Lafourguette, (Jean Gramon 
and Simon Lafourguette,) saloon, 
Railroad ave 

Gran Hans, tailor, 404 O'Farrell 

Grand Arcade Market, Alexander Mc- 
Ilwain manager, Sixth bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Grand Army House, lodgings, 429 Bush 

Grand Army of tbe Republic, E S 
Salomon commander, 419 Califor- 
nia, room 12 

Grand Central Hall, R C Richardson 
janitor, 997 Market 

Grand Central Market, N Dodge super- 
intendent, SE cor Sutter and Grant 
ave 

Grand Hotel, S F Thorn manager, cor 
New Montgomery and Market 

GRAND NATIONAL 

HALL, W H Davis & Co proprie- 
tors, 105-107 Gran*, ave 
Grand Opera House, Mission near Third 
GRAND PACIFIC HALL, 

B C Duffv manager, 1045 fe Market 
GRAND PRIZE M CO, room 

20, ftrit Pine 
Grand Western Market, Polk bet Bu*h 

and Austin 
Gran J jean Henry, grocer, 1GU Mission 
Graneist & Deweritz, restaurant, M 

Geary 
Graner Chas M, uirbhanlt k Granen 

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Graney E M, horseshoer, 8 Morse, 



Granz Louie, restaurant, 444 Spear 
Grass F. boots and shoes, 1310-1312 

Market, res 114 McAllister 
Grasselly Eugene, laundry, 1521 Polk 
Grat A, (Grat & Horn), SW cor Fourth 

and Minna 



*?| 1311 H Sacramento 

*?-* Granfield Wm, wood and coal, 1040 
fcj I Howard 

V* Grange Nurna, wholesale liquors, 711 
: Sansome, res Pacific ave. Alameda 
t>V Grangers' Bank of California, Albert miuxi 
P3 I Montpellier manager, 300 California i Grat A Horu 4, (A G i rat and J Hom >. saloon, 
E*3 GRANGERS' ■RTT«T - VT««! aw tor Fourth and Minna 

1 ^^^^^,^«^^j*yMWEss Grauerhol2 Henry j (HeVi Grauerholz 

& Co), res 1310 Howard 
Grauffel Fred, (Moeller & Grauffel) 

res 2935 Jackson 
Graves EN, mining, 406 Montgomery, 
proprietor. a res 2718 California 



Jd | ASSOCIATION, E Va^EvTry 

£J manager, general commission grain 

g»j| and warehouse, office 1081 Davis, 

Cj I warehouse Port Costa 

g GRANGERS' SALOON, Frank 

p*\ Vvieland proprietor, 26 Leidesdorff 

MlGranite Powder Co, J H Fish presi-| GRAVES W C, attorney at law, 

•=• | dent, A Halsey secretary, 328 SMont ,J ° 6 Montgomery, rooms 3-4, res 2131 

jGranniss G W, capitalist, 628 Mont- Howard 

fc>' gomery, res 19 Hawthorne Graves "William H, capitalist. 310 Pine 

^GRANOLITHIC PAVING! room 28, res New York ' 

W j CO, Adolph w eske president, \V sjGray Bros, (G F and H N Gray), artificial 
3) Somervell manager, Thomas Pen- stone manufacturers, '316 Mont- 

I lington secretary, 422 Montgomery gomery 

_ GRANT ALFRED N, hay and| Gra y Charles T, painter, 2324 Folsom 
"20 Golden Gaie ave, res same ' " 



CQ grain 

» Grant C E, (Riley & Grant) 

•Grant E A, painter, J757 Mission 
! GRANT FRANK, California 
laurel timber and butchers' blocks, 

-Jj 26 Spear, res 1005 Central ave, Ala- 

LL, meda 

Il| Grant George, asst genl ins agent, 213 

HSansome, res 1420 California 

< GRANT J W, sole agent Pacific 
Coast MIST Co, 608 Market or 15 
^J Post 

<GRANT MRS MARY E, 

*^| lodging-house, 41 Eddy 

iGrant Primary School. Miss Alice M Stin- 
rf\ son principal, Golden Gate ave, bet 
Leavenworth and Hvde 



QC GRANT RICHARD, dealer in 
III ! cooperage stock, John A Koster 
manager, 115 California, office and 
P"| warehouse Townsend near Fourth 
j Grant Tom C, genl ins agent, 213 San- 
some, res Palace Hotel 
111 Grant Wm, attorney at law, 520 Mont- 
(J) I gomery, res 133 South Park ave 

iGranucci A, (Granucci Bro6), 1345 Du- 



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Granucci Bros, 



ray Daniel J, plumber, 258 Third 
Gray George D, lumber dealer, 10 Cali- 
fornia, res 760 Tenth, Oakland 
Gray G F, (Gray Bros), res 122 Turk 
Gray Giles H, (Gray & Haven), res 754 

Tenth, Oakland 
Gray H, (Lynch & Gray), res 414 % Sixth 
GRAY & HAVEN, (Giles H Gray 
and .James M Haven.), attorneyslat 
law, 530 California 
Gray H 8, secretary, Builders Associa- 
tion of California, 330 Pine 
Gray H W, (H W Grav & Co, res 227 

Ellis 
Gray H W, (Gray, Norwood & Co), res 

487 Brannan 
Gray H W, painter,|2117 Fillmore, res 

428 Brannan 
Gray H W & Co, (H W Grav), Santa 

Clara livery stable, 11-13 Webb 
Gray John, (Mack & Gray), res 5_'2 Pine 
Gray John H, general agent, Washing-! 
ton Life Insurance Co N Y, 311 
California, res 1419 Scott 
Gray John T, plumber, 230 Sutter, 



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Granucci G, (Granucci Bros), 1345 Du 
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GRANUCCI SALVATORE, 

butcher, 1300 Stockton, res 1425% 
Dupont 
GRANVILLE JOSEPH, car 

nage painter, 25 Seventh, res 141 
Q I Grove 

0-* Granz Herman, furniture manufactory 
617-619 Brannan, res 447 Bryant 



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GRAY NATHANIEL, (N Grayl 

& Col, res 758 Tenth, Oakland ' 

GRAY N & CO, (Nathaniel Gray, 

C S Wright and J A Campbell), 

undertakers, 641 Sacramento 
Gray, Norwood & Co, (H W Gray andl 

Talmadge Norwood), stock brokers. 

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Gray Richard, general freight agent S GREEN FREDERICK H, ( A "Q 

P Co, cor Fourth and Townsend, res F Green & Co), res 1716 Octavia -_. 

326 San Jose ave IGreen Geo, bakery, 530 Valencia ' ') 

Gray R B, jeweler, 120 Sutter, res 9 Green & Harman, (J J Green and An- jQ 

drew Harman), pork butchers, 213 -y* 

Fourth I -V 

Green Isadore, barber, 27 Sixth -^ 

Green Jacob, gentleniens' nurse, 340! .» 



Van Ness ave 

Grayson George W, capitalist, room 22 
S F Stock Exchange building, res 
Oakland 

GRAYSON R R, mining secre- 
tary, S F Stock Exchange;building, 
res Ninth a nd M adison. Oakland 

GRAZER FRED A, manufac- 
turing and pharmaceutical chemist, 
401 Sixth, res same 

Greany John T, attorney at law, 318 
Pine, room 34, res 827 Brannan 

Great American Importing Tea Co (The),, 
Huddleston & Co proprietors, 324 
Front, 142 Sixth, 844 Market, 522 
Kearny, 1419 Polk, 226 Third, 333 
Hayes, 511 Montgomery ave, 2008 
Fillmore and 306 Sixteenth 

Great American Watch Depot, M Spiro 
proprietor, 18 Kearny 

Great Western Quicksilver Mining Co. 
Ar-Halsey secretary, 328 Montgom- 
ery, room 7 

GREAVES H A, Pacific Lodging- 
house, 209 Leidesdorff, res San 
Leandro 

Greeley John, grocer, 551 Howard 

Green Abram, jeweler, 230 Kearny, res 
307 Hyde 

GREEN ALFRED P,(AF 

Green & Co), res Millbrae 

GREEN A F & CO, (Alfred f 

and Frederick H Green), Millbrae 
dairy, office and depot NE cor Third 
and Brannan, telephone 3213 

Green Mrs Annie, varieties, 916 Valencia 

GREEN A T, real estate, 204 Cal- 
ifornia, res 13 Haight 

Green A V, (Green & Shores), res Ala- 
meda 

Green & Burk, (T Green and D Burk), 
saloon, cor Brannan and Second 

Green Charles, (Lambert & Green), res 
1818 Turk 

GREEN C E, secretary Oakland 
Water Front Co and lone Coal and 
Iron Co, res 2607 Fillmore 

Green Mrs D, stationery, etc, 224 O'Far- 
rell 

Green E, mining, 328 Montgomery, res 
1317 Jackson, Oakland 

Green Ed M, portrait artist, 126 Kearny, 
res Temescal 

GREEN E F , secretary Pacific 
Surety Co of California, 328 Mont- 
gomery, res 1317 Jackson, Oakland 

GREEN F P, M D, physician and 
surgeon, oculist* and aurist, 202 
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Fourth I T| 

Green J M, mining superintendent, 628 ~— 
Montgomery, res Lovelocks, Butte I 
County 

Green John C, real estate, 224 Montgom- 
ery, res 29 Haight 

Green" John J, (Degan & Green), 922 
Montgomery 

1REEN MRS LUCY, agent 

Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing, 1212 

Polk 
Green Lyman, attorney at law, 605 Clay, 

res 919 Jones 
Jreen Marks, (M Phillips & Co), res 

Honolulu 
Green Morris, bootmaker, 812 Valencia 
Green R I, (R I Green & Co), res 302 

Seventeenth 
Green R I & Co, (R I Green, H W Brown, 

G P Karpel and A Froomberg), San 

Francisoo Horse Market), 33-37 New 

Montgomery 
GREEN ROBERT, Gem Saloon, 

221 Sacramento, res 49 Tehama 
Green & Shores, (A V Green and Leand- 

er Shores), real estate, 20 Montgom 

ery 
Green Samuel T, carpenter and builder 

2129 Fillmore 
Green T, (Green & Burk), cor Brannan 

and Second 
GREEN WILLIAM, rigger and 

contractor and dealer in blocks, 

ropes, derricks and capstans, 24 

Howard 
Green William, carpenter, 407 Brannan 
Green William, (Schlessinger & Green) 

res 726 Golden Gale ave 
Greenan & McCullough, wood and coal, 

1113 Folsom 
Greenan Michael, bakery, 1 105 J4 Folsom 
Greenan Thomas, (Greenan & McCul- 
lough), res 1113 Folsom 
Greenbaum Jacob, (Greenbaum & 

Straus), res 2291 Sacramento 
Greenbaum L, (Western Perfumery 

Company), res 526 Eddy 
Greenbaum L& Co, (8 Greenbaum. 8 L 

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Greenbaum & Straus, (Jacob Greenbaum 
and Emanuel Straus), stockbrokers, 
230 Montgomery 

Greenberg A H, (M Gruenberg & Co), 
res 1412 Geary 

Greenberg & Greenberg, (Max H Green- 
berg and Sam C Greenberg), trim- 
mings, laces, etc, 31 Grant ave 

Greenberg Joseph, (M Greenberg's 
Sons), res 661 Harrison 

Greenberg Leon, (M Greenberg's Sons), 
res 441 Bryant 

Greenberg Max H, (Greenberg & Green- 
berg), res 1816 Geary 

Greenberg N G W, druggist, cor Union 
and Larkin 

Greenberg Sam C, (Greenberg & Green- 
berg), 31 Grant ave 

Greenberg 8 H, watches and jewelry 
206 Kearny, res 2418 Webster 

Greenberg's M Sons, (Leon and Joseph 
Greenberg), brass and machine 
works, 205 Fremont 

Greenburg Charles, cigars and tobacco, 
51 Sacramento 

Greene Charles S, agent Postal Sub- 
scription Co, Chicago, 415 Montgom- 
ery 

GREENE &]CO, (Harry A Greene), 
stockbrokers, 304 Montgomery 

Greene G G groceries, NE cor Fifteenth 
and Noe 

Greene Harry A, (Greene & Co), res 38 
Eleventh 



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1110 Harrison 
Greenebaum Alfred, (Alfred Greene- 

baum & Co), res 21 Grand ave 

GREENEBAUM ALFRED 

& CO, (Alfred Greenebaum and 
Ferdinand A Haber), wholesale 
liquor importers, 111 Front 

GREENEBAUM & CO, (Jacob 
Greenebaum, Morris Greenebaum, 
John BLutherand Si gmund Greene- 
baum), auctioneers and commission 
merchants, 115-117 Bush 

Greenebaum Emil, (M Waterman & Co), 
res 2212 Webster 

Greenebaum Jacob, (Greenebaum & Co) 
res 1910 Washington 

Greenebaum Morris, (Greenebaum & 
Co), res New York 

Greenebaum Moses, (Greenebaum, Weil 
and Michels), 2100 Van Ness. NE cor 
Pacific 

Greenebaum Oscar,( American Wine Co) 
1530 Polk ' 

Greenebaum Sigmund, (Greenebaum & 
Co), res 1459 Franklin 



GREENEBAUM, WEIL i& 
MICHELS, (Moses Greene- 
baum, Moritz Weil and Leopold 
Michels), importers and manufac- 
turers of men's furnishing goods, 
17-19 Sansome 

Greengast S, tailor, 872 Folsom 

GREENLEAF J L, stencils, box 

brands and burning brands, 405 

Front, res Butler ave, Klinknerville 
Greensfelder & Co, (N B Greensf elder), 

druggists' specialties, 537 Market 
Greensfelder Naph B, (Greensfelder & 

Co), res 2123 Pine st 
Geenwich Dock U S Bonded Warehouse, 

(Bode & Haslett),.cor Greenwich and 

Battery 
Greenwich Street Primary School, 

Greenwich bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Greenwood & Dewolf, (M Greenwood 

and Wm M Dewolf), real estate, 8 

New Montgomery 
Greenwood F M, (Miller & Greenwood), 

713 Hayes 
Greenwood M, (Greenwood & Dewolf), 

res 713 Hayes 

GREENZWEIG GEORGE, 

(George Greenzweig & Co), res 511 
Post 

GREENZWEIG GEORGE & 

CO, (George Greenzweig and Max 
J Franklin), wholesale jewelers, 122 
124 Sansome 

Greffe Chas, furniture manufacturers, 
508-510 Fifth, res 223^ Clara 

Gregg Frank, sand and sawdust, 529 
Mission, res 618 Seventeenth 

Gregersen Peter, (Malm & Gregersen) 
res 503 Folsom 

Greget Leopold, nursery, cor Franklin 
and Greenwich 

GREGGAINS J J, saloon, 929 
Bryant, res 18 Clinton 

Gregoire Louis, (Louis Gregoire & Co), 
res 816 Capp 

Gregoire Louis & Co, (Louis Gregoire 
and Victor Gordett), books and sta- 
tionery, 6 Post 

GREGOIRE V, (V L Fortin & Co), 
res Point St Pedro 

Gregory E C & Co, (E C Gregory), watch- 
maker and jeweler, 1149 Market 

Gregory H P, (H P Gregory & Co), res 
cor Jackson and Durant, Oakland 

GREGORY H P & CO, <H p 

Gregory), machinery, 46-50 Fremont 
Gregory W G, (Williams & Gregory), 
Brunswick House, Sixth and How- 
ard 
Grief J, barber and baths, 636 Washing- 
ton, res 519 Greenwich 
Grell Fritz, saloou, 562 Brannan 



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Greth Gnstave A, Massage and Swedish 
movements, 419 Sutter 

Grethel Phillip, (Reichardt k Grethel), 
res 1132 Dupont 

Grey Cyril V, attorney at law, C04 Mer- 
chant, res 1304 Post 

Grey Eagle Mining Co, Theo Wetzel, 
secretary, 522 Montgomery 

GREY JAMES M, attorney at 
law. 047 Merchant, res Redwood City 

Griengart Simon, boots and shoes, 924 J$ 
Folsom, res 872 Folsom 

Gries Fred, saloon, SE cor Howard and 
Main 

GRIFFIN ANTHONY, car- 
penter, 938 McAllister, res 120 Olive 
ave 

Griffin James, saloon, 537 Pacific 

Griffin J D, boat builder, 239 Steuart 

Griffith C A chiropodist, 904 Stockton 

Griffith John E (Chetwood & Co), res 
1806 Market 

Griffiths Allen, dentist, 8 Sixth 

GRIFFITHS E B (EBGriffil 
& Sons), res 1035 Howard 

GRIFFITHS E B & SONS (J 

B Griffiths, H E Griffiths and F L 
Griffiths), printers, 1035 Howard 

GRIFFITH EDWIN E, sec 

retary Artie Oil Works, 28 California 
res Berkeley 
GRIFFITHS FL(EB Griffiths & 
Sons), res 1035 Howard 

GRIFFITHS H E (E B Griffiths 
& Sons), ies 1035 Howard 

Griffiths Thomas, gardener, 2023 Devis- 
adero 

Griffiths Thomas, saloon, 34 Second 

GRIGGS PERRY, dealer in 
second hand furniture, upholster- 
ing and repairing a specialty, 225- 
227 Fifth 

GRILLWITZER & MAR- 
TIN, coffee parlor 34 Eddy 

Grimm Adam, barber, 17 Montgomery, 
res 36 McAllister 

Grimm C H physician, 302 Stockton 

GRIMM FRED W, groceries 
and liquors, NW cor Twentieth and 
Stevenson 

Grimmelmann F, (Grimmelmann 
Siebs), res 115 Fell 

Grimmelmann & Siebs, (H Siebs and F 
Grimmelmann), saloon, 227 Mont- 
gomery 

Grimshaw & Co, (Henry Grimshaw), 
druggists, 720 Montgomery ave 

Grimshaw Henry. (Grimshaw & Co), res 
808 Green 

Grinbaum M S, (M S Grinbaum & Co), 
res 1313 Gough 



Grinbaum M S & Co, (MS Grinbaum and fcd 

M Louisson, Honolulu), commission 

merchants, 124 California 
Grindley John H, Capital flour mills, 

114-116 Sacramento 
Grindley T R, physician, office and res 

121 Turk 
Griswold & Cook (Ernest Cook and C F 

Griswold), plumbers, 3240 Mission 
Griswold E & Co, (E Griswold and M 

Eppinger), carbonate of soda, 125- 

129 Utah, res 122 Turk 
Griswold N W, president Celery, Beef 

and Iron Extract Co, res 2105 Pine 
Griswold W N, physician, office and 

res 122 Turk 
Groat John O, groceries, NW cor Seven 

teenth and Church 

GROCER AND COUNTRY 
MERCHANT (The). Briggs k 
Harrington proprs, 123 California 

GROEPER EMEL, groceries and 
liquors, cor Twenty-sixth and Bart- 
lett 

Groeschel Benj, (Groeschel k Rein- 
hold), res 735 Geary 

Groeschel & Reinhold, (Benj Groeschel 
and Jacob Reinhold), butchers 
1602-1604 Market and 3-5 Hayes 

Grojinski Israel P, baths, 473 Tehama 

Gromaire O, blacksmith, 716 Green 
wicb, res Montgomery ave and 
Lombard 

Grondona k Ravano, fish stall 3, new 
Clay street market 

Gronsky Henry, tailor, 1019 Larkin 

Groom Joseph P, plumber, 1013 Valen- 
cia, res 1931 3$ Stevenson 

Gros Alfred, druggist, 111 Grant ave 
and 702 Washington, res 1113 Hyde 

Gross Bros, (D Gross), general merchan 
dise, 206 Bush 

Gross D, (Gross Bros), res 1807 H Pine 

Gross Geo, physician, office and res 319 
Kearny 

Gross Phillip, merchant tailor, 2012 
Fillmore 

Grosse Sophia, saloon, cor Kearny and 
Commercial 

GROSSE, LAMB & CO, (WU 

liam Grosse and William H Lamb). 

importers and commission mer- 
chants, 518 Market 
Grosse William, (Grosse, Lamb k Co), 

res 1428 Webster 
Grossetta Martin, coffee and oyster 

house, 1203 Polk 
Grosslicht & Co, (Selig Grosslicht ami 

Lewis Duck), fruits, etc 

Hayes 
Grosslicht Selig, (Grosslicht k Co), res 

436 Natoma 



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Grossman Marks, glazier, 517 California, 

res 715 OTarrell 
Grossmayer M H, stock and bond 

broker, 519 Sansome, res Oakland 
Groie Mrs H F, grocer, 2230 Geary 
GROTH A S, secretary, Caledonian 

and Confidence Silver Mining Co, 

res 1232 Broadway 
Groth H, (C H & C W Grotb), res 

534 OTarrell 
GROTH C H & C W, groceries, 

(C H Groth and C W Groth), NE cor 

OTarrell and Leavenworth 
Groth Charles, carpenter, 2118 Mission, 

res 2130 Mission 
Groth C TV, (C H & C W Groth), res 534 

OTarrell 
Groth David, groceries, 1900 Sutter 
Grothwohl Chas K„ stock yard, 19 Tenth 
Grottorali Pietro, lodging house, 336 % 

Bush 
Grove M F, physician, 707 McAllister 
Grow C A, secretary Summit Ice Co, 

office San Francisco Stock Exchange 
Grube Max, stationers, 306 Third 
Gruber Mrs M, saloon, 043 Washington, Anemone John, barber, 1303 Dupont 



GRUNWALDT THEO- 
DORE & CO,(Thoedore Grun 
waldt), hat manufacturers, 5 Post 
Grupe Henry, gardener, 2205 Pine 
Gschwandner J, music teacher, 404 
OTarrell 

GUADALUPE DAIRY, Cha* 

W Taber proprietor, ranch San Ma- 
teo Cn, depot 1015 Mission 

Guanziroli Lui<?i, saloon, 425 Broad- 
way 

Guaranty Mutual Accident Association 
of New York, C M Oakley general 
agent, 314 Montgomery 

Guardian Assurance Co of London, Wm 
J Landers general agent, 401 Cali- 
fornta 

Guardian Assurance Company, London, 
D L Beck & Sons city agents, 118 
California 

GUATEMALA TELE. 

PHONE CO, H C Hyde pres, 
John Lloyd secy, 41IJj California, 
room 15 



res 26 Stone 

Gruen Julius, restaurant, cor Eddy and 
Powell, res 818 Larkin 

Gruenberg Max, (M Gruenberg & Co), 
res 1225 Geary 

Gruenberg M & Co, (Max Gruenberg and 
A H Greenberg), wholesale liquors 
117 Battery 

Gruenhagen C H, prorprietor San 
Francisco "Wire Works, res 2312 
Gough 

Gruenhagen Charles, (W Gruenhagen & 
Co), res 2312 Gough 

Gruenhagen Theodore, (W Gruenhagen 
& Co), res 34 Third 

Gruenhagen W, (W Gruenhagen & Co), 
res 412 J* Post 

Gruenhagen W & Co, (W, Theo and 
Chas), candy manufacturers, 20 
Kearny 

Gruhn A. (Gruhn & Messing), res 711 
Ellis 

Gruhn & Messing, (A Gruhn and Her- 
man , Messing), laces, fancy goods, 
etc, 20 Sansome 

Gruhn William.leather and fancy goods, 
20 Sansome, res 711 Ellis 

Gruman S M, furniture and carpets, 107 
Stockton 

Grundies Miss M, teacher of languages, 
1122 Larkin 

GRUNER FRANK, watchmak- 
er, jeweler and engraver, 724 "Wash- 
ington, res 515 Vallejo 

GRUNWALDT THEO- 
DORE, (Theodore Grunwaldt & 
Co), res 215 Fillmore 



Gudehus Christian, saloon, 112 Drumm 

res 39 Commercial 
Gudehus Fred, grocery, 316 Dupont 
Glider Miss E C, dressmaker, 1503 Pine 

GUDZINSKI CHAS, real estate, 

310 Dupont 
Guedet E F, fish, 1418 Stockton, res 502 

Greenwich 

GUEHRING JACOB, sausages 

1072 Howard 

Guenther Gustav, bakery, cor OTarrell 
and Pierce 

Guerin John, wood and coal, 412 OTar- 
rell 

Guerin P, carpenter, 822 Jackson 

Guggenheim L, (J J Mack & Co), res 703 
Leavenworth 

Guggenheimer Simon, books and sta- 
tionery, 613 Kearny, res 615 Kearny 

Guide Publishing Co, Wm F Empey 

pres, Robert Day secy, 521 Clay 
xuienni C, (Demartini & Co), res 316 
Broadway 

Guilfoyle J J. real estate, 2937 Mission 

Guilfoyle J J, Jr, harness maker, 2937 
Mission 

GUILLET CHAS, French confec- 
tionery and ice cream saloon, 905 
Larkin, res 903 Larkin 

Guinasso F T, bakery, 1309 Dupont, res 
617 Green 

Guirard A C. (Guirard & Gabenett), res 
2 Sherrer place 

xuirard & Gabenett, (A C Guirard and 
Pasqual Gabenett), poultry and 
game, 103-104 California Market 



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GUITTARD E & CO, <E Guit- 
tard), manufacturers chocolates, ex- 
tracts and perfumery, dealers In 
coffee, spices, tea and confectioners' 
supplies, 207-209 Sacramento 

Guittard Etienne, (E Guittard & Co), 
res 1414 Hyde 

ihilinane D, (J Noonan & Co), re8 767 
Bryant 

Gullixson Bros, (Emil 8 Gullixson and 
Hans Gullixson), carpets and oil 
cloths, 955 Market 

Gullixson Emil S, (Gullixson Bros), res 
531 Fell 

Gullixijon Hans, (Gullixson Bros), res 
531 Fell 

Gullixson H F, (H F Gullixson k Co), 
res 816 O'Fanell 

Gullixson H F k Co, (Henry F Gullix- 
son), carpels, 630 Market 

GUMP GUSTAVZ, <s k G 

Gump), res IbOU Post 
GUMP S & G, mfrs mirrors and 
"81-583 Market 



Gunter August, groceries, N"W cor Her" 

mann and Fillmore 
Gunther Edward W, real estate and in- 
surance broker, 68 Nevada Block. rr« 

1718 & Hyde 
Gunther Herman, restaurant, 103 Third 

res 613 % Jessie 
Gungberger H, (H Nathan k Co>, res 

Octavia and Hayes 
Gunzendorfer Gustave, attorney at law, /"N 

214 Sansome res 522 Van Neas ave *■* 
Guptill E A, (Guptill k Co), res MS |T 

Guerrero T1 

Guptill fc Co, (E A Guptill and K \* 2J 

Haskell, manufrs patent medicines. < 

1165 Market m 

Gurnett AG, (AG Gurnett & Co), res |l| 

Fourth ave, East Oakland ^ 

Gurnett A G & Co, (AG Gurnett), stock ^ 

brokers, 308 Pine ' 

Gurrey A R, special agent, 441 Cab- -^ 

fornia, res 466 Seventeenth \J* 

Gusmani S, fish, 507-509 Merchant, cm 

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barlet J, boots and shoes, 544 \SaKh- /\ 

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GUMP SOLOMON, (S k G Gutbarlet 

Gump), res 1224 Geary ington, res 1808 Stockton 

Gumpertz Jacob, interior decorator, 331 Guthrie Alexander, (Balfour, Guthrie ft 



Sutter Co) . res Liverpool 

Gundlach J(J Gundlach k Co), res 225 Guthrie Wm L, (Hearty k Guthru . _| 

Chestnut res 908 Sansome 

OTTNDT.ACH J & CO (J Gund-!Gutman D & Co, 315 California 

lath a^C Bum *hu)° wholesale Gutman J, tailor, 724 Howard, W 172 QJ 



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Clara 
Gutmann David, mining 

Block, res 917 Geary 
Gutta Percha & Rubber Manufacturing ^ 

Co, (The) James F Hough and v> m jj^ 

F Bowers, agents, 15 First 
GUTTE& FRANK (isidorGutte. j- 

Julius Gutte and Wni Frank), gen- ' 
insurance agency, 307 Cali-j 

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Market and Second 
GUNDLACH JACOB G 

saloon, 607 Washington, res 816 

Filbert 
Guneo G, butcher. Union market, cor 

Dupont and Union 
GUNN ADAM F, agent Ivison, 

Blakeman, Taylor & Co, 329 San- 
some, res Berkeley 
Guun Miss Isabel, dressmaker, 229 

O'Farrell 
Gunn Mrs M E, restaurant, 1937 Mission 
Gunn Mrs Rose, bakery, 1441 Valencia 
Gunn W J, real estate, 410 Montgomery 
Gunnison Andrew J, (Gunnison & 

Booth), attorney at law, res 1404 

Van Ness ave 
Gunnison A R, general agent and ad 

juster Commercial Ins Co of Cala, 

4S9 California, res 13ii0 Twenty-first 
GUNNISON & BOOTH, (An 

drew J Gunnison and Andrew G 

Booth), attorneys at law, 328 Mont 

gomery, rooms 9-10 
Gunst M A, (M A Gunst & Co), res 15(8 

Ounst MA& Co, (MA Gunst), cigua Haftkc Chai U «, oyster house, nl 4 Mark. I 
and tobacco, wholesale and retail, i re* W0 Iflsaion 
203 Kearny, 800 Market and 212 San-jHaar Henry, saloon 
some O'Farrell 



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Gutte Julius, (Gutte & Frank), re* 1203 
Jackson . 

Guttman Miss Fannie, stationery and 
varieties 1324 Polk 

Guy Otto, wood and coal, 28 Turk, res 
110 Taylor «- «■ t 

Gwvnn W J, real estate. 321 Montgo- 
mery, res Arlington House 

Gysin GA, plumber, 1519 Geary 



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wholesale grocers, 100-102 Califor- 
nia 
_ .Haas George, candies, 824 Market, res 
«<J I 612 Ellis 

*-* HaaB Julius, physician, 14 Grant ave 
Haas Kalrnan (Haas Bros), res 13 Wil- 
liam New York 
,Haas Leonard, saloon, 1718 Fillmore 
fo IHaas Morris, tailor, 802 Larkin 
j^i iHaas Win (Haas Bros), res 1611 Sacra- 
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- HAASE H & CO (H D Haase and 

H C Junge), wines, liquors and 

cigars, SE cor Main and Bryant and 

SW cor Sleuart and Harrison 
Haase H D (H Haase & Co), res 419 Har^ 

rison 
Haase H A, Butcher, 529 Fourth 
lHabernicht Fritz (N Van Bergen & Co), 

res 1321 Pine 
Haber Ferdinand A (Alfred Greenebaum 

& Co), res 1603 Scott 
Haber Henri I (Davis, Haber & Co), res 

1714 0' s aiTell 
Haber Joseph (S B Dinkelspiel & Co) 

res 2026 California 
Haberling J C, saloon, 217 Grant ave, 

res 273 Stevenson 
HaLerly Fred, bootmaker, 1913 Bush 
Haberly Win T, (Dittes & Haberly), 1913 

Bush 
Hachmeister Chas, fruits, 418 Third 
Hacht Vcn Julius, saloon, 619 Larkin 

res 534 Eddy 
Hacker Bernhard, confectioner, 325 

Kearny and 1202 Market, res 620 

Fulton 
Hackett Capt Edward, TJ S Shipping 

Commissioner, 506 Battery, res 130b 

Jackson, Oakland 
Hackett H E, (C J Pidwell & Co), res 

San Mateo 
Hackmeier's Hotel, Adam Hackmeier 
propr, 4? 6 Pine 

HADDEN W J, capitalist. 326 

Montgomery res 326 Eddy 
Haddock Allen, phrenologist 1008 H 

Market, res 505% Ash ave 
Hadeufeldt Chas, (Rothschild & Haden 

feldt), res 5 Glen Park ave 
Hadley & Doud, stockbrokers, 326 Pine 
Hadley Walter, barber, 260 Third 
Haendel Isadore, jewelry, 910 Market, 

res 309 Powell 
Haendel & Levy, (Isadore Hapndel and 

Moses L Levy, jewelry, 112 Kearny 
Haense J H C, restaurant, 49 Second, res 

14 Hobart 
Haesloop Chris, (Heinrichs & Haes- 

loop), res 511 Green 



Hafer John, wood and coal, 715 Har- 
rison 

Haft E E, attorney at law, 141 Phelan 
Building, res 30 Golden Gate ave 

Hagan James, wood and conl, 429 Third 

Hagan L E, dancing academy, 737 Mis- 
sion 

HAGANS GEO W, music typho- 
grapher, 535 Clay, res 1129% Shot- 
well 

Hageman Charles, bakery, 320% Fifth 

Hageman Fritz Jr, ( Albany Brewing Co), 
res 758 Howard 

Hageman George, (Hageman & Ha- 
quette), ies 723 Bush 

Hageman & Haquette, (George Hage 
man and Ernest Haquette), proprie- 
tors saloon, 5 Kearny and 12 Geary 

HAGEN PETER, fruits and 
vegetables, 534 Polk 

HAGER MRS W, lodgin, 

house, 6£6 Sacramento 
Hagerty James, groceries and liquors, 
241 Fourth, res £'40 Clementina 

HAGERUP F C, dyer, 148 [Third 

res same 
HAGGIN J B, capitalist 49 

Nevada Block, res 1250 Taylor 
Haggin Joseph B, physician, 2»5 Kearny 
Haggin Louis T, attorney at law, 52 

Nevada Block, res 1310 Taylor 
Hagler John, saloon, 419 Bush, res 530 

Jones 
Hagman John, tailor, 410 Kearny, 

room 9 
Hahn Mrs A C, furnishing goods. 233 

Kearny, res 2737 California 
Hahn & Bohlmann, (F Habn and E 
Bohlmann), saloon and groceries. 
SE cor Howard and Third 
Hahn F, (Passet & Hahn), res 124 Eddy 
Hahn Fritz, (Hahn & Bohlmann), res 

205 Third 
Hahn Hugo, (Vogel & Hahn), res 907 

Bryant 
Hahn, Levy & Co, (Morris L, Joseph and 
Lazar Levy, cigar manufacturers, 
420 Sansome 
Hahn & Liebert, plumbers, cor Mont- 
gomery ave and Filbert 
Habn Robert C, furnishing goods, 1008 

Market, res 1008% Market 
Hahne B, lodgings, 623 California 
Hahnemann Albert, bakery, 344 Sixth 
Hahnemann Medical College, 115 Haight 
Haight Geo W, (Taylor & Haight), 207 

Sansome, res 1224 Jackson 
Haight Robert (Robert Haight k Co), 
res 925 Pine 

HAIGHT ROBERT & CO, 

(Robert Haight), dairy produce and 
provisions, 226 Front 



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Hallow Mrs F A, dressmaker, 

Geary, res 417 Larkin 
Hanns J, laundry, 628 Commercial 

HAINES Dr B W, Smi"^" 

rooms 16 and 18, res 910 Pine 
HAINES J D, electric pen work 

and copying, 106 Leidesdorff, res 

1214 West, Oakland 
Hainque Martial, (Tait & Hainque), re* 

20 Clinton park 
Hais Mrs Margaret, saloon, 404 Twenty 

second 
Hajek John, machinist, 530 Jones 
Hakalau Plantation Co, Hawaiian Is 

land 8, Clau3 Spreckels president, 

E H Sheldon secretary, 327 Market 
HAKER & HINZ, (W Haker and 

W Hinz), wholesale millinery, 545 

Market 
HAKER W C L, (Haker & Hinz), 

res 2117 California 
Halbritter Anton, sausage manufr, 9 

Mission market, res 4110 Church 
Haldon Edward B, (Butler & Haldon), 

res Grand Hotel 
Hale Joseph P, capitalist, 210 Battery, 

res Occidental Hotel 
HALE & NORCROSS S M 

CO, Joel F Lightner secretary, 58 

Nevada Block 
Hale Wru, real estate agent, 5J4J$ Cali- 
fornia, res Berkeley 
HALEY C S, M D, secretary Heald's 

Business College, 24 Post, res 4 Lake 

Shore ave, Oakland 
Haley Dennis, groceries, 349 Minna 
Haley James Henry, electrician, 1023 

Market 
Haley Michael, saloon, SW cor Sixth and 

King 
Halford Misses HiC, dressmakers, 106 

Turk 
Halin John, saloon, 903 Kearnv, res 518 

Pacific 
Halkett William, wagon maker, 36 Hayes 
Hall A, candy factory, 46 Fourth 
Hall Mrs A H, dressmaker, 2249 Mission 

HALL A I & SON, (A I Hall, e a 

Hall and H E Hall, New York), 
manufacturers' agents, 528-530 Mar- 
ket 

Hall Bros, (C I D and H P Hall), manu- 
facturing chemists, 324 Clav 

Hall Bros, (Wins low G Hall and Henry 
K Hall, Port Blakely), 28 California 

Hall C I D, (Hall Bros) res 2934 Sacra- 
mento 

iall C P, manager Leavitt's Bush St 
Theater, Bush bet Montgomery and 
Kearny 

Hall E A, (Hall A I & Son), res Los An- 
geles 









Hall Edward, (Hall & Ferguson), res 9 

Albion ave 
HALL EDWARD H, barber, 

353 Third, res 363 Third 
Hall E M, (T White by * Co), mining sec- 
retary, 314 Montgomery, res Galindo 

Hotel, Oakland 
Hall ft Ferguson, (Edward Hall Midi 

Phineas F Ferguson*, laundrv, 8011- 

3013 Sixteenth 
Hall G C, notions, 585 Market, res Ala- £ 

meda i ™| 

Hall Geo, (Lewis & Co), res 847 Harris >n tJ 
Hall H E, real estate, 628 Commercial 

res 1601 Telegraph ave, Oakland ' J> 
Hall H E, (A I Hall « Son), res ]:'12 laj - ' ' 

lor 
Hall Henry K, (Hall Bros\ res Port 

Blakelej 
Hall H P, (Hall Bros* r«s 1819 Lvons 
Hall Wm, dairy, office 35 Eddy ' 
Hall James, (Crummey & Hall), res 651 

Harrison 

HALL JAMES H, prcprie 
Diamond State Dairv, ranch San 
Mateo Co, res 760 Twenty Second 

Hall Mrs J E, dressmaker, 441 Valencia 

Hall Jno C, (Hall & Bodgers), at- 
torney at law, 1-16-27 Nevada Block 
res 2034 Bush 

Hall J B, (Ballard & Hall), res 1429 
Geary 

HALL J V, boilermaker, 304-306 
Beale, res 1711 Buchanan 

HALL & KROOSS, James B 

Hall and Claus Kroossi, saloon, SE !► 

cor Twentieth and Mission i-i 

Hall M P, stock brocker, 326 Pine 3 

Hall O L, manager Leonard & Ellis. r» - Q 

21093* Larkin I ^ 

Hall B, (Hedges & Hall>, res 14 Lewis 
Hall Ralph, cigars and tobacco, 1128 !«> 

Folsom _j 

Hall k Rodgers, (Jno C Hall and Arthui § 

Bodgers), attorney at law, 1-16-27 £? 

Nevada block © 

HALL S HASTINGS, phyei ~ 

cian, office and res 426 Kearnv ! r? 

Hall Mrs SB, flowers and feathers. 9irJ - 

Market 
Hall T I), physician, 28 Seventh 
Kail J D, watchmaker, and jeweler, X 

Sixth, res 28 Seventh 
Hall Type Writer, L G Jordan, agent 

123 California 
Hall Winslow G, 1H.1II Bros), res 161. 

Clay 
Hall Wiuslow, carpenter, 30 New Mnnt- 

gomerv 

HALLECK BLOCK, SE cor 

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Hallenstein Julius, insurance broker, 
124 California 

Hailer Geo, boots and shoes, 307 Minna 

Hallett George H, (Contra Costa Laun- 
dry Association), res Palace Hotel 

HALLIDIE A S, pres and man- 
ager California Wire Works, 329 
Market, res 1026 Washington 

Hallinan J D, Cremone Theater, 771 
Market, res 865% Market 

HALLS SAFE AND LOCK 
CO, C B Parcells manager, 211-213 
California 

Hallwegen George, stationer and print 
er, 40 Turk, res 131 Taylor 

HALPRUNER DR W S 

orthopaedic surgeon and chiropo- 
dist, office and res 850 Market, room 
11 

HALSEY A. mining secretary, 328 
Montgomery, res Palace Hotel 

Halsey Geo F, shirt factory, 1149 Mar 
ket, res cor Henderson and St Rose 

Halsey Henry J, assistant cashier Fire 
man's Fund Ins Co, res 1201 Octavia 

Halsted & Co, (J L Halsted and W A 
Halsted), undertakers, 946 Mission 

Halsted James L, (Halsted & Co), 
1033 Golden Gate aTe 

Halsted W A, (Halsted & Co), res 825 
Golden Gate ave 

Halverson Mrs S, fancy goods, dress- 
maker and milliner, 1215 Valencia, 
res 1324 Valencia 

Ham Richard K, (Renton, Holmes & 
Co), res Santa Clara 

Hamaon John, bootmaker, 2533 Sutter 

Hamann Peter, (P F Robinson & Co) 

Hamberg Simon, (Pilcher & Co), res 1708 

H AMBLE TON IAN LIV- 
ERY STABLE, Wm McCaf 
ferty propr, 2426 Mission bet Twen 
tieth and Twenty-first 

Hambrock Edward W, student with Dr 
R S Macbeth, 523 Kearny, res 33 
South Park 

Hamburg -American Packet Co, A W 
Mver general agent, 401 California 

HAMBURG-BREMEN 
FIRE INS CO, Speyer & Her- 
old general agents, 415 California 

Hamburg House, 106 Jackson 

HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG 
FIRE INS CO of Hamburg, 
Gutte & Frank agents, 307 Califor- 
nia 

Hamburger D, (D Hamburger & Co), 
res 1513 Gough 

Hamburger & Co, (D & H Hamburger), 
commission merchants, 111 Sansome 

Hambuiger Gustave, (Gustave Ham- 
burger & Bro), res 941 Folsom 



j Hamburger Gustave k Bro, (Gustave 
and Maurice Hamburger, clothing, 
54 Third 

Hamburger H, (D Hamburger & Co), res 
1609 Post 

[Hamburger Maurice, (Gustave Ham- 
burger & Brother), res 219 Oak 

Hamel Edmond, watchmaker, 223 
Kearny 

Hamelin Mme A, corset manufacturer, 
219 Post 

Hamer J H, delicacies, pork sausage, 
produce, etc, 138 Eleventh 

Hamill John E, notary public, 329 Mont- 
gomery, res 25 Dorland 

Hamilton C, bootmaker, 2615 Sutter 

Hamilton F F, (Percy & Hamilton), res 
Nucleus Hotel 

Hamilton H G, saloon, E side Kentucky, 
res Tennessee 

Hamilton Jas, (Hamilton, Leach k Mad- 
den), res 25 Twenty-third 

HAMILTON J W, (Miller & 

Hamilton), res 731 Ivy ave 
Hamilton, Leach & Madden, (James 

Hamilton, William Leach and Wil 

liam Madden), boiler works, cor 

Main and Folsom 
Hamilton R M, (Baker & Hamilton), res 

1015 California 
Hamilton Square Catholic Church, cor 

Geary and Steiner 
Hamilton Square, cor Scott and Post 
Hamilton T J, livery stable, 610 How 

ard,res518 Howard 
Hamilton Wm C, manager musical de 

partment, A L Bancroft & Co. res 

838 Fifteenth 
Hamlin T, commission merchant, 509 

Sansome, res 514 Taylor 
Hamni Miss Tina, dressmaker, 1635 Polk 
Hamm William Edward confectionery, 

1189 Market 

HAMM AM (NEW), Dr Loryea 
proprietor Turkish, Russian and 
medicated Baths, 218 Post 

Hammer E H, hardware 319 Fifth, res 
44 Silver 

Hammer F H, commission merchant, 
204 Front, res 718 Guerrero 

Hammer Jno F, (Hammer, Leist & Co), 
res cor Chester and Twelfth, Oak- 
land 

Hammer, Leist & Co, (Jno F Hammer, 
Charles J Leist and A Merle), com- 
mission merchants, 201-2' 3 Davis 

Hammers Albert, harness and saddlery, 
528 Hayes 

Hammerschlag Mattes, dry goods 1629- 
1631 Polk, res 1627 Sacramento 

Hammerschmidt Mrs M, restaurant, 
631 Clay, res 710 Vallejo 



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Hanjes A F, 

O'Farrell 
HANJES BROS, <E H Hanjes JJ 

A F Hanjes), groceries, BW cor Xmy" ^Q 

lor and O'Farrell ^ 

HANJES E H,»aml Hanjes Bros)- "^ 

cigars and tobacco, 303 California- rr\ 

res 401 O'Farrell w ' 

Hanke Chas H, cigars and tobacco, :J2H __ 

Pine 21 

Hankea C C, musician, res 005 California | 



Hammersmith & Field .John A Ham- 
mersmith and H S Field), iuanu- 
turing jeweleis, 118 Sutter 

Hammersmith Fred, barber, 607 Laguna 

Hammersmith John A (Hammersmith 
& Field), res 1925 Sutter 

Hammond & Brod (S C Hammond and A 
H Brod), butchers, 33 Fourth 

Hammond & Holmes (J J Hammond and 
Q A Holmes Jr), butchers, 13-14 
GrandWestern market 

H A.S£&°, NB '- 1 HY i YCSSfJf^ Hankea Mrs C C, furnished rooms KM p> 

CROFT,, civil, and mechanical California ftnd 425 Kearuy U 

Hanks Henry G, chemist and assayer, £_ 
54J Clay, res 1124 Greenwich 

Hanks M W, <M W Hanks Ji Co), res 9 
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engineer, 18 Nevada Block, res 

Clay 
HAMMOND J D, Methodist 

book repository, books and station- 

ery, 1037 Market, res 627 Hayes , w M YfBajAa) rubber | ^ 

Hammond J J (Hammond & Holmes),, stamps and bektograph copying W 

res 1419^ Mission w „,vJ tablets, 35 Merchants' Exchange L.- 

Hammond John, California V^J f °**> Hanley J S (Hanley & Snow, res 3046 CO 

cor Beale and Mission, res 714 Gear} na sixteenth \ D 

Hammond Philip (Pink & Hammond),! ^ M (Hoffmanu & H anlin>, ras W 

res 18 Taylor i . 24fi Third 

Hammond Richard P Jr, U 8 Surveyor j ^ 1C aml 44 ] ' 

General, 610 Commercial, res &«u»dr p helan Building, res 1627 Jackson ^ 

Hammond S C (Hammond & Brod) res HANLON DANIEL, notary 

509 Natoma Public, 321 Montgomery, res 1627 

HammondS J, watchmaker and jeweler, Jackson _ _, 

1039 Market res 14 Chenery Hanlon J J, saloon, NE cor Devisadero 

Hammond W A, watchmaker and jewel- and O'Farrell, res 747 Biannan 

or 4 Sixth, res Fruit Vale Hanlon John, groceries and liquors, M 

Hampe F, restaurant, 438 Hayes, res 435; Brannan 

l\. x ave j Hanlon John, carpenter, 1617 California 



Hampton Chas W, electrical instrument; Hanlon Jno F, law student Hastings law 

maker, 607 Mission, res 2317 Larkin college, res 1627 Jackson 
u..,.,,.*~« h^i Q « if** AT Poniier n:o- Hanlon Joseph, Groceries, 136 t olsom 



Hampton House, Mrs M Conner pro- 
prietress, 675 Mission 

Hampton J C iGage, Shattuck & Co), res 
Virginia City 

Hampton Leo F, (Raye & Hampton), res 
410 Twenty-fourth 

Hanchette Estelle Miss, pianist, 905 
Sutter 

Hancock House, 701 Mission 

HAND GEORGE, (J Gilbert & Co), 
52 First, res 317 Third 

Hand John S, tailor and clothier, 314 
Kearny, res 1201 Bush 



Hanlon Joseph, grocerie 
HANLON & O'BRIEN, Daniel 

Hanlon and D J O'Brien), real estate 

agents, 321 Montgomery 
Hanna Mrs J, groceries, cor Mason and 

Vallejo 
Hanna James, plumber 4'« Height, res 

cor Twenty-fouith and Florida 
Hanna James McM, bookkeeper "New 

Age", res 133 Larkin 
Hanna K J, drayman, 319 Davis 
iHannan B, saloon, 150 Steuart, res 152 



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Handy L N, (L N Handy & Co), res 243 

Perry 
Handy L N & Co, (L N Handy, J L Carth- 

cut and J L Handy), coopers and 

commission merchants, 32 Clay 
Hanekamp George, (Osmer & Co), res 

106? 4 Welch 
Hanford 1 M, paymaster S P Co, room 7, 

Fourth and Townsend, res 1205 Pe- 

ralta, Oakland 



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Hannan Thomas, 

Mission 
Hannemann H W, painter, Ills Lirkm, 

res Ahbottsford House 
Hannon Patrick, saloon, 1039 I 
Hans George J, groceries NN\ > 

nut and Dupont 
Hans J B, butcher, 210 Becoo 1 
Hanschen P, groceries and liquors. 1071 

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Hanscom O, broom manufacturer ^imTnvT^TTZ ^r, ~ 

Mission, res Julian S?» SSPKA £2?" NeW Haa8a 



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Hanson A, (M and A Hansen), res 14 

Hallig, 
Habsen Andreas, (Hoilua k Hansen) 
res 122 Guerrero ' 

Hansen C, restaurant, 60 Third 
Hansen Carl, commission merchant S02 

California, room 1 
Hansen Chas A, dyer and scourer, 244 

Eleventh 
Hansen Chas E (National Brewing Co) 

res 8i8 Fulton S '' 

Hansen C N, coffee saloon, 816 Grant ave 
Hansen C R & Co (Chas R Hansen), em 

ployment office, 110 Geary 
Hansen C W manager S F Stone-works 

Gi4 Third, res 158 Perry 
Hansen Mrs E, dyeing and scouring 04 

Mason e " 

Hansen Frederick C, cigars and tobacco 

SW cor Jackson and East, res coi 

Drumm and Oregon 
Hansen George, saloon, 108 Sutler 
Hansen Henry, boots and sLoes, 540 

W ashington, res 2014 Sacramento 
Hansen H C, saloon, NW cor Twentv- 

fo-.irth and Mission 

HANSEN & IVERSEN, (J p 

Hansen and C Ivereen), Boatman': 
Headquarters, dealers in wines, li 
quors and cigars, 4.°0 Fourth 
Hunsen John, tailor, 1569 Market 



< [Hansen John, tailor, 1569 Market 
Hansen Joseph (Hansen k Simi) res 752 
>! no ward 

>• Hansen J P, carpenter, 1£02 Stockton 
Hansen J p, (Hansen & Iverson), res 08 
I Natoina 
fj (Hansen Louis, harnessmaker, 528 Ment- 
or gorar ry ave, res 609 Union 

;tll~f»tS M *( M * A Hans ^), res 2134 
LU OFartell 

L_ Hansen M .; a, ( M Hansen and A Han- 
. sen), Pacific Planing Mills, Berrv 

-* near Sixth 

Hansen & Mansen, (C F Mansen and p 
Hansen), groceries, butchers and 
saloon, 2606 Mission 

'HANSEN & NEESON, coffee 

I bouse and ice cream parlors, 429 
fr . Bush, res 435 Bush 

UJ Hansen Nils, (Nelson & Hansen), res 



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Hansen P, (Hansen & Mansen), res 2606 
Mission 

Hansen Peter, hay, grain, wood and 
coal, cor Railroad ave and Trinidad 

Hansen & Simi, oyster house, 7 Stock- 
ton 

Hansen Miss Sophie, candy manufact- 
urer, 940 Valencia 



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Gregersen proprietors, 136 Market 
Hanson & Co, (Charles Hanson), lum- 

her, Pler n steuart, res Redwood 

City 
Hanson, E H, (Anderson & Co). 

1 S ^ n o^ H V (Wrighf ' Bowne & Co), res 
-U32 Buchan' n 

Hanson Fergus, butcher.11-12 California 
Market, res 1708 Stockton 

Hanson George F, (Hanson & Mack) 
physician, res 759 Valencia 

Hanson Henry, boots and shoes, 540 
A\ ashington, res £014 Sacramento 

Hanson & Mack (George F Hanson and 
Albeit Mack), druggists, 763 Valen- 
cia 

Happ Marcus, clothing, 229 Fourth 

Kappe.sberger F, sculptor, 51 Park ave 

Ha ^tte Ernest,(Hageman & Haquette), 
HARASZTHY ARPAD, 

(Arpad Haraszthy & Co;, res cor 
x» Washington and Larkin 
HA ^ASZTHY ARPAD & 

CO, (Arpad Haraszthy and Henry 
Epstein), producers of California 
Champagne, wines and brandies, 530 
Washington 
Harbert Mrs H A, dressmaker, 912* 
Laguna 

H 4*| B P R COMMISSION. 

JLKb, Frank McCoppin, president, 
A C Paulsell and John H Wise, 
George Tilghman, secretary, office 
10 California 

HARBOR VIEW PARK, R 

Herman, proprietor, Harbor View 
Harcourt Vernon, saloon, 666 Howard, 
Hardcastle, Geo, dentist, 1235 Market 
Hardening Brush, chief clerk Baldwin 

Hotel, les same 
Hardenburgh Isaac, planing mills, 134 

Main, res 1713 Eddy 
Harder H D, (Harder fcTiedgen), res 419 

Jones 
Harder John, barber, Kentucky, bet 

Sierra and Nevada 
Harder John, saloon, Kentucky, bet 

Sierra and Nevada, Potrero, res Ken- 
tucky 
Harder Peter, wines and liquors. 7 

Market 

HARDER & TEEDGEN, (H D 

Harder, and Henry Tiedgen), wines 
and liquors, NE cor Geary and Lar- 
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Hardesty Mary, clothing, 621 Davis 



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Hardiman John, wood and coal, 710 
Brannan 

Hardin CHE, attorney at law, 6.n 
Montgomery, room 28, res 1404 Mc- 
Allister T mt 

Harding, Brann & Pryor, (John Harding, 
R C Brann and John L Prior), ' 
makers, 56 Clay 

Harding E H, physician, 1021 Sutter 

Harding John (Harding, Brann 
Prior), res 711 Jones 

Harding J W, attorney at law 704 Mont- 
gomery, res Oakland 

Harding R T, attorney at law, 214 San- 
some, res 416 Tenth, Oakland 

HARDING SAMUEL C, col 

lection office, S Newman manager, 
648 Washington 

HARDING'S COLLECTION 

OFFICE. 048 Washington 
Hardisty B McL, secretary board Bank 

Commissioners, re3 600 Bush 
Hardv B F, physician, 2327 Clay 
Hardy J J (J J Hardy & Co), res 553 

Seventeenth 
Hardy J J & Co (J J Hardy), coffee and 

spices, 218 Sacramento 
Hardy Lowell J Jr, attorney at law, 26 

Montgomery, res 6 Beaver 
Have & Berryman (George Hare and 

John Berryman), machinists, 417 

Sacramento 
Hare J S & Co, wood and coal, Railroad 



Hare Patrick M, saloon. 140 Fifth 
HARENBERG AUGUST, 

Crystal Palace Bakery, cor Tost and 
Laguna 

HARKNESS M M, attorney and 
counsellor at law, 411 i$ Cab forma, 
rooms 2-8, res 509 Bryant 

HARLEY CHAS, dealer in wool- 
en and cotton rags, paper stock and 
metals of all kinds, 114-116 Davis,, 
res 815 Ellis 

Harling James, (Harling k Schreiber) 
res cor Eddy and Jones 

Harling k Schreiber, (James Harling 
and A Schreiber), cigars and tobac 
co, 309 Fourth 

Harman Andrew, (Green k Harman), res 
213 Fourth 

HARMON A K P, capitalist and 
president Consolidated Imperial 
Mining Company, 79 Nevada Block 
res cor Webster and Twenty-sec 
ond, Oakland 

Harmon A K P Jr, (Harmon k Sears), res 
Fruit vale 

HARMON JOHN B, attorney 
at law, 4')'^ Montgomery, rooms 14-15, 
res Dwight Way, Berkeley 



Harmon Lumber Company, 8 H Harmon 
president, E N Hirmon secretary, 
lumber dealers, 316 Stenart 

HARMON N B, Adj. 18 table-re • 
dining Chairs, 603 Market, res Oak- 
land 

HARMON & SEARS, (A K P 
Harmon Jr and H B Sears), general 
agents, collection and insurance, 32.' 
Montgomery, room 31 

HARMONY BORAX MIN- 
ING CO, W B Robertson prefl - 
dent, NM Bell secretary, 121 Market 

Harmony Hall, George Grossman pro- 
prietor, NE cor Kearny and Post 

Harmony Hall, Hubert Schmidt pro- 
prietor, 1534 Stockton 

Harmony Hotel, Hintz & Buck, pro- 
prietors, 735 Brannan 

Harms Alwin H, grocer, cor Hayes and 
Laguna, res 431 Fell 

Harms Mrs Anna, bakery, 1565 Market 

Harms Peter, (Lew & Harms), res 12.7 
Mission 

HARNED JAM, real estate 
broker, 420 Montgomery, room 4, res 
114 Mason 

HARPHAM GEORGE E, 

attorney at law, 414 California, res 

Alameda 
Harries Julian B, secretary Associated 

Powder Companies, 320 Sansome, 

room 12, res9o0 Capp 
Harries W H, agent Hongkong and 

Shanghai Banking Corporation, res 

1371 Jackson, Oakland 
Harrigan Alexander, saloon, 703 Davis 

res 11 06 Montgomery 
Harrigan C J, (Harrigan & Giiityi, res 15C 

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HARRIGAN & GINTY, c 

Harrigan and James Ginty), saloon, 

100 Seventh 
Harrigan James, (Harrigan Bros), 1612 

Leavenworth 
Harrigan John, groceries, 520 Broadwayl q 
Harrigan M J & Bros, (M J Harrigan, iy 

James Harrigan and William Har-j ^ 

rigan), plumbers, etc, 1612 Leav-| g 

enworth o 

Harrigan M J, (M J Harrigan k Brc ^ 

res 1612 Leavenworth F 

Harrigan Wm, (Harrigan Bros), res 1813 P 

Leavenworth 
Harrington Ed, ealoon, 1045 Howard, res 

1053 Howard 
Harrington Mrs J, millinery, 1017 Mar-| 

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Harrington W B, (Briggs & Harrington) 

res 816 Fowell 
Harris, physician, 759 Market, res cor 

Valencia and Sixteenth 
Harris Abraham, whitener, 108 Mont 

gomery ave, res cor Greenwich and 

Jones 
Harris Abram, bootmaker, 35 Pacific, 

res 622 Battery 
Harris Adolph, (Gabriel, Cohnfc Co), res 

1359 Post 
Harris Benjamin, (Harris Bros k Co), 

res 2126 Post 
Harris Bros & Co, (Charles, Marcus and 

Benjamin Harris), wholesale gro- 
cers, 409-411 Front 
Harris Bros, (8 Harris and F Harris), 

barbers, 503 Montgomery 
Harris Charles, tailor, 527 Pacific 



Harris J & Co, (R H Monck and G H 

Wright), trunk fmanufacturers, NE 

cor Kearny and Market 
Harris J F, books and stationery, 408 

Hayes 
Harris John, bakery, 1123 Howard, res 

same 
Harris & Jones, (Mathew Harris and 

Hugh B Jones), lumber dealers 

Bryant cor Oak Grove ave 
Harris Joseph, tailor, 204 Brannan, res 

404 Sixth 

HARRIS LEWIS B, Notary 
Public and commissioner of deeds, 
326 Pine, res 1402 Bush 

Harris L J, fruits and vegetables, SE 
eor Herce and Bush 

Harris Marcus, (Harris Bros & Co), res 



.-,... . 592 Sycamore, Oakland 



res 72933 Union 
Harris Charles, (Harris Bros & Co), 

1605 Post 
; Harris Charles, cigar manufacturer,!!! 
{ 629 Washington, res 9 Oak Grove ave 790^; ? n ama & B^rmund), res 



1611 Mission 
e9 | Harris Matthew, (M Harris & Co), res 
441 Natoma 



J*! HARRIS CHAS P & CO, .Mar 
LLI i tin Bacon and Chas P Harris), com. 
f\ mission brokers, 318 Pine 

•—•! Harris C P, coffee saloon, 17 Washing- 
Ton 
fy, Harris Chas P, (Chas P Harris & Co), res 
«- 403 Fillmore 



pJ HARRIS & CUZENS.(M Harris 
la. and H L Cuzens), real estate, 652 

V^. • Market 

^ Harris C W, saloon, NW cor Sutter and 
^> Grant ave 

^ Harris E, tailor, 60 Second, res 617 Ste- 
venson 
Harris Edward, (W Harris & Co), 1804 
\Jj Laguna 

rj\ Harris E B, physician, 902 McAUister 
W Harris Emil, butcher, 904 Laguna, res 
LU - 1209 Laguna 

Q- HARRIS ISIDORE, merchant 
JZ tailor, 109 Fourth, res 617 Stevenson 
{^J Harris Frank. (Harris Bros), res 64 Grovei Harris Walter J, crockery, 

2 Harris F W, poultry and game, Grand! cia > res 422 Fourteenth 
Central market 



729 h Union 
Harris & Meyer, (Herman Harris and 
Joseph Meyer), poultry, 22 Center 
Market 

Harris, Oswald & Noble, (Win Harri? 

Joseph Oswald and Hyppolyte No 

ble), machinists, 208 Leiddesdorff 
Harris R W, livery stable, 807 Montgom 

ery, West Oakland 
Harris & Rotermund, (Max Harris and 

Fred Rotermund), barbers, 402 

Pacific 
Harris S, clothing, 110 Steuart, res 1127 

Golden Gate ave 
Harris Samuel, (Harris & Bro), res 829 

Greenwich 
Harris Samuel J, barber, 305 ^ Sixth 
Harris Solomon, stationery, etc, 4 

Fourth ' 

Harris Walter, (W Harris & Co), res Los 

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Harris W & Co, (Walter and Edward 
Harris F W physician. .58 Market, res Harris), clothing, 802-804 Kearny 

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Harris Hermann, tailor, 1932 Fillmore, 
res same 

(Harris & Meyer), res 

Harris Isaac, (Platshek & Harris), res 
1518 OTarrell 



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res N side Twenty-fifth bet Noe and 
Castro 

HARRISON & AIuLEN, 'Rob- 
ert Harrison and Darwin C Allen), 
attorneys at law, 325 Montgomery 



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HARRISON & CO, (Louis J 

Harrison), commission merchants, 

malt liquors, English groceries, SW 

cor California and Front 
Harrison & Coit, (Charles Harrison and 

C F Coit), coffee house, 427 Pine 
HARRISON & DICKSON, 

»Juhn b liarrison and G E Dickson), 
wholesale wooden ware, cordage 
brooms, brushes, twines, etc, 220-222 
Front 
HARRISON E C, (Blake Wil- 
liams & Harrison), res 510 Webster 

HARRISON MISS E Ii, dent 

1st, lffl Post, res 1829 Eddy 
Harrison H D, (Catton, Bell & Co), res 

1019 Pine 
HARRISON H J, dentist, 131 

Post, res 1829 Eddy 
Harrison John, saloon, cor Kearny and 

Montgomery ave 
Harrison John F, (Harrison & Dickson), 

res 814 Sutter 
Harrison J W, coal and metal broker, 

201 California, res Saucelito 
Harrison Louis J, (Harrison & Co), res 

127 Turk 
Harrison Ralph C, (Jarboe, Harrison & 

Goodfellow), res 919 Pine 
Harrison Robert, (Harrison & Allen), res 

1714 Clay 
Harrison Thomas, varieties, 103 Ninth 
HARRISON WM P, proprietor 

Hotel Gazette and Daily Railway 

Advertiser, 420 Kearny, res T 

Berkshire 

HARRISON WM GREER, 

manager Thames & Mersey, Marine 
Ins Go, 806 Pine, res 2200 Broadway 

Harrold A W | W T Donellan & Co), res 
1411 Market 

Harrold James, commission merchant, 
525 Front, res Fruitvale 

Harron Mrs M E, boarding-house, 614 
Sutter, res|Westminster House 

Harrower John, dry goods, 1722 % Mar- 
ket 

Harshall Gersou. tailor, 230 Third 

Harshall Guetav, tailor, 58 Third 

Hart Mrs, dress maker, 16 Mason 

Hart Miss, dress maker, 131 Turk 

Hart Mrs. candies, 240 Third 

Hart Miss Annie, dress maker, 532Edd y 

Hart & BrandenBtein (H J Hart and A J 
Bruiidenstein), saddlery and har- 
ness, 417-419 Market 

Hart Bros (Julius and Marcus Hart), 
merchant tailors aud furnishing 
goods, 111 Montgomery 

Hart Chas (Kullman, Salz & Co), res 2121 
Pine 

Hart Edward, saloon, 305 Davis and 425 
Pacific 



Hart G K, stationery. SE cor Sutt.r and 
Baker 

Hart Henry, physician, 933 Howard 

Hart H J (Hart & Brandeu.st.n. |, •.. | 8718 
California 

Hart J B, attorney at law. 638 Mont- 
gomery, rooms 8 to 10, res 918 Lom- 
bard 

Hart Jackson (Hulme & Hart), res 10C9 
Market, Oakland 

Hait James W, agent Shipowners and 
Merchants Tugboat Co, res Union 
Club 

Hart Julius (Hart Bros), res 805 Ellis 

HART MRS KATE S, proprie 

tress Home Coffee and Lunch m 
Rooms, 509 Montgomery, res 706 Ca- 
lifornia 

Hart M, furnishing goods, 400-402 
Kearny, res 804 Ellis 

Hart Marcus, (Hart Bros), 804 Ellis 

HART MICHAEL., groceries and 
liquors. '240 Eighth, res same 

HART W H H, attorney at law, 
290 Montgomery, rooms 23-24, res 
1917 Baker 

HARTFORD FIRE INS CO, 

Belden & Cofran, general agents, 
313 California 

HARTFORD STEAM 
HOLLER & INSPECTION 

CO, Hutchinson & .Mann, agents, 

NE cor California and Sansome 
Hartley John, saloon, 726 Howard 
HARTLEY J W F, physician 

office and res, 634 Sutter 
Hartman ('has, carpenter, 827 Sutter 
Hartman Edward, painter 1149 Mission 

res 22 Julian ave 
Hartman George, (Hartman & Dutschke), 

res 503 Haight 
Hartman Jacob, butcher, Grand Central 

market, res SW cor Fulton and 

Gough 
Hartman J F, saloon, 154 Second 
HARTMAN M, liquors, 368 Third 

cor Harrison, res 2124 l'ost 
Hartman M, crockery, 36 Qrore 
Hartman Marcus, saloon, 623 Davis, res 

6 Hopetou Terrace 
Hartman Morris S, (Hartman & Bro), 

res 1019 Sutter 
Hannan Philip, saloon, 11 Spear, res 

366 Fourth 

Hartman S & Bro, (Salomon and M-uru 
Hartman t, laOM and Mttbrodl I 
Kearny 

Hartman Solomon S, (Hartman 

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Hartmann & Dutschke, (George Hart- 
mann and Albert Dutschke), paints 
and Oils and painters, 503 Haight 
Hartmann Henry, groceries, 338 Hayes, 

res 402 % Grove 
Hartmann & Hustedt, (John Hartmann 
and Henry Hustedt), saloon, 1200 
Stockton 
Hartmann John, (Hustedt & Hartmann) 
Hartnett Lawrence, butcher, 1302 Pa- 
cific 
Hartnett Michael, wood and coal, 343 

Jessie 
Hartog Edward, attorney at law, 641 

Merchant, res 1522 California 
Hartson B C, (Thurston & Hartson), res 

2845 Washington 
Hartle H P, manager Great American 

Importing Tea Co, res 333 Hayes 
Hartter Louis & Co, (L Hartter and M 

Hayes), groceries, 48-50 Second 
Hartter Louis, (Louis Hartter & Co), res 

1707 Howard 
Harty Mrs Margaret, grocer and lodg- 
ing-house, 523 Mission 
Hartze Fred, groceries, NE cor Twenty 

second and Chattanooga 
Harvey Miss Ann, groceries, 117 Ellis 
Harvey C D, hot water and steam heat' 
mg manufr, 30 New Montgomery 
res Oakland 

HARVEY CHAS C, mining sec- 
retary, 309 California, res 230J De 
visadero 
Harvey Geo D, restaurant, SE cor Har- 
• die place and Kearnv, res 2406 Bush 
| Harvey Mrs J E, dressmaker, 31 Sixth 
jHarvey L G, city ageut Ins Co of North 
America, 313 California, res 1128 
Filbert, Oakland 

i Harvey Peter, general Pacific coast agt 

| B & O and O & M R R, 618 Market, 
res 1012 Twenty-first 

.Harvit Jos. cabinetmaker, 724 Larkin 
■ I res 908 Buchanan 

'Hasbach Henry, attorney at law and 
notary, 606 Merchant res 1112 Broad- 
way 

,Haseltine Chas E, stevedore, room 1 

j 36 Steuart 

:Hashagen Hermann, propr Hermann 
House, 2013 Folsom 

HASHAGEN & MARTENS, 

liquors, 506 Sixth •*x*wo, 

HASHAGEN MARTIN, 

junk. 5'. 8-510 Sixth, res 506 Sixth 
HASKELL C L, harness whole- 
! sale, 10 Bush, res 114 Eighth 
j Haskell D. H, attorney at law, cor 
I Fourth and Townsend 
Haskell E C, hardware, 336 Sutter, res 
404 Post 



Haskell E, W (Guptill & Co), 1236 
Twenty-first 

Haskell George S, groceries, 2429 Mis- 
sion 

Haskell L F (secy Sterling Furniture 
Co), res San Rafael 

Haskell W W, general agent Travelers' 
Life and Accident Ins Co, 242 Mont 
gomery, res Paru, Alameda 

Haskell & Muegge (R R Haskell and 
J II Muegge), jewelry, 206 Kearny 

Haskell R R (Haskell & Muegge), res 
1618 Jackson 

Haskins T J (Mitchell, Haskins & Co), 
res Petaluma 

HASLEHURST A O, dentist, 

NW cor Sutter and Polk 

HASLETT & BAILEY (Sam- 
uel Haslett and Chas H Bailey) 
proprs Beale Street Warehouse, cor 
Bealeand Bryant; California Ware- 
house, cor Second and Townsend; 
Cunningham's Free, cor Front and 
Green; Hathaway's U S Bonded and 
Free, Spear, bet Harrison and 
Bryant; Humboldt wharf. Spear, 
between Folsom and Harrison; 
Pacific Free, NW cor Broadway and 
Front ; South Point, Berry, bet 
Third and Fourth; Flint's Grain, 
cor Battery and Greenwich 

Haslett Samuel, (Haslett & Bailey), res 
cor Peru and Central ave, Alameda 

Hasselbush J E, saloon, 914 Market, rea 
2623 Sutter 

HASSELBROCK W, restau- 
rant, 1334 H Market 
Hassett M C, lawyer, 313 Phelan Build- 
ing, res Twentieth, bet Howard 

and Folsom 
HASSEY F A, stock broker, mem- 
ber of the S F Stock and Ex Board, 

238 Montgomery, res Park Hotel, 

Alameda 
Hassmer Valentine, groceries, 933 

Washington 
Hastedt C, groceries, NE cor Clav and 

Stockton 
Hastedt FCW, groceries, 210 Stockton, 

res 309 Geary 
Hasterlick 8, cigars and tobacco, 116 

Sixth 
HASTINGS BEN, druggist. NW 

cor Geary and Fillmore, res 1603H 

Fillmore 
Hastings EOF, attorney at law, 612! 

Commercial 
Hastings Geo A, carpenter, 41 Eddy, res! 

21 % Mary 
Hastings Law College, 808 Montgomery 
Hastings L F, law student, 810 Pine, 

res 617 Post 



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Hastings R P, lawyer, 120 Phelan Build- 
ing, res 2024 Jackson 

Hastings Warren I, law student, 418 Cal- 
ifornia, res 404 Turk 

Hatch Chas E. attorney at law, 507 Mont- 
gomery, res Oakland 

Hatch Henry, physician, 614 Kearny 

Hatch Jabez, secretary Central R R Co, 
res 1108 J$ Broadway, Oakland 

Hatch James, (Hatch & "Weston), res 964 
Howard 

HATCH J H, dentist, 213 Geary 

Hatch J Q, watchmaker, 30 Kearny 

Hatch L B, general manager Masonic 
Mutual Aid Association Pacific 
Coast, res 522 Van Ness ave 

Hatch T H, (T H Hatch & Co), res 67 
Fust Twelfth 

HATCH T H & CO, (T H Hatch), 
members S F Produce Exchange, 
commission merchant's for sale of 
grain, fljtir, farm and dairy produce, 
1-4 California 

HATCH & -WESTON, (James 
Hatch and C AY "Weston), mill work 
and manufacturers of woodworking 
machinery, piano, cabinet, carpen- 
ter, coffin, car, and agricultural 
work, 209-211 Mission 

Hatfield Samuel, carpenter, 417 Powell, 
res Alameda 

HATTEROTH & RUSS, (W 

Hatterotn and D Buss), Surgical, 
dental and electrical instruments, 
apparatus for deformities, etc, 321 
Kearny 

Hatteroth W, (Hatteroth & Rnss), res 610 
Hayes 

Hatton F J, groceries, Kentucky bet 
Sierra and Nevada 



Hauser Mrs J C, dairy produce, 1214 

Folsom *"* 

HAUSER JOHN JACOB, v> 

groceries, N W cor Dupont and Fil- 
bert 
HAUSER R, portrait and picture 

frame gilder, 122 Montgomery ave, 

res 622 Lombard 
Hauser V & Co, (Victor Hauser), asBay- 

ers, 333 Montgomery 
Hauser Victor, (V Hauser 4 Co), res 

13295$ Clay 
Hausler F, saloon, 920 Market, res 620 

Jessie 
Hausman F H, (Hausman, Kufeke 

Co), res 1216 Washington 

HAUSMAN. KUFEKE &_ 

CO, (F H iuaisman), shipping audi \J 
commission merchants, 210-212 Bat- S~\ 
tery W 

Hausmann Bernard, (Hausmann Bro=), 
res 1C04 Van Ness ave 

HAUSMANN BROS, (Sieg- 
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man minor plates, mouldings, etc, 
cor Market and Sansome 

Hausmann Siegfried, (Hausmann Bros* 
res 1004 Van Ness ave 

Haussler L F, cabinetmaker, 231 Jack- 
son, res 1116 Broadway 

HAVEN CHAS D, resident sec- 
retary The Liverpool and London 
and Globe Insurance Co, 422 Cali- 
fornia, res Fightli, opposite Chest- 
nut Oakland 

Haven James M, (Gray & Haven), res 
Highland Park, Oakland 

HAVENS A W, secy Con Cal and 
Virginia M Co, 23 Nevada Block, 
res 1661 Webster, Oakland 

HAVENS CHAS I, architect, 
121 Post, res 2835 Howard 

Havens Howard, iDonoboe.Kel'. 
res 1911 Sacramento 

Kaviland J T, (Wilmerding & Co), res 
1458 Franklin 

Hawaiian Banana Depot, R Tucker, 
agent, 524-526. Sansome 

Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co, _ 
Henry L Dodge president, E H [.; 
Sheldon secretary, o27 Market 



HAUB JOHN, proprietor' North 
End Alcazar saloon and billiards, 
513 Montgomery ave 

Haub Philip, butcher, 502 Montgomery 
ave, res Taylor near Greenwich 

Haubrich'Ben, saloon, 1905 Mission 

Hauffe Frederic, saloon, 727 Davis 

Haug Julius, hardware, 115 Second, res 
74 Natoma 

Haugaard C C, (Ruderbeck& Haugaard) 
res 1232 Dupont 

Haughwont T, secretary Lumber Sur- 
veyors' Association, res Alameda 

Haughy J C, (Bird & Haughy), res 2111 H AWAJIAN CON SUE- g 



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Hawe Mrs M, varieties, 1209 Devisa- _- 

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Hause Wm, barber, 3 Stockton, res 225 HA WES ALEX G, manager He* — 

Fourth fork Life Ins CO, 220 Sansome, res V... 

Hauser Herman, barber, 222 Stockton,! 1001 Pine _ _^ p* 



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1213 Bush 

Hawes Horace, (Wigginton, Creed & 
Hawes), res Fresno 

Hawkins' Combination Tailor System 
of Dress Cutting, 10 Odd Fellows' 
Building 

Hawkins David R (Hawkins & Walter- 
stein), res 32 John 

Hawkins E K, secretary H T Holmes 
Lime Co, res The Melville 

Hawkins Jas J E, architect, 402 Mont- 
gomery 

HAWKINS J W, wharfinger cor 
Third and Berry, res 705 Shotwell 

HAWKINS & WALTER. 

STEIN (David R Hawkins and 
Frank Walterstein), proprietors Sea- 
side Gardens and Eureka Mus 
Hall, 527 Kearny 

Hawks Nelson C, printers' supplies, 320 
Battery, res 3612 Polk 

Hawley Bros Hardware Co, Marcus C 
Hawley pres, Edward A Wheeler 
secy, 301 to 309 Market 

Hawley C A (D N & C A Hawley), res 
1201 Bush 

Hawley David N (D N & C A Hawley), 
res 1022 Twenty-first 

Hawley D N & C A, wholesale hardware, 
cor Sutter and Sansome 

Hawley George T, treas, Hawley Bros 
Hardware Co, res Oakland 



M» Hawley Marcus C, pres Hawley Bros 
^> Hardware Co, res New York 

^> Hawley W N, vice-pres Hawley Bros 
Hardware Co, res 700 Fillmore 
Hawthorne Charles R, marble works, 
Point Lobos road near First ave, res 
2708 Sutter 
Hawthorne C R & Co (C R Hawthorne), 

monuments, I O O F cemetery 
Hawxhurst Robert, business agent, 402 

Montgomery,!room 7, res Alameda 
Hay Miss M, photographer, 342 Kearny 
y Hay Paul B, with Jones & Person, res 
rr 708 Mason 

Q Hay Robert F, ferrotype rooms/ 821 

O Market, res 1728 Market 

Hayden Brace, (Dunham, Carrigan & 
Co), res 107 Chambers, N Y 

O HAYDEN E (California Fruit Eva- 
^ poratiug Co), res 1237 Stockton 

Q. HAYDEN E & HOLMAN S 

... (California Fruit Evaporating Co) 

Q| 818 Battery 

^•j Hayden Edward, furnishing goods, 304 
Sixteenth, res 6 Potter 



veal, mutton, lamb and pork, also 
curer and packer of hams, bacon 
shoulders and dried beef. Man- 
ufacturers of pure California leaf 
lard. Hotels, restaurants and 
shipping supplied at low prices, 
525 Seventh, res same 

Hayden P, boot maker, 410 % Brannan 

Hayes Mrs Abbie, fruit and vegetables 
105 Ninth, res same 

Hayes Daniel E, (Hinckley, Spiers and 
Hayes), res cor Linden and Eighth 
Oakland 

Hayes George R B, (Stanly, Stoney and 
Hayes), res 1814 Buchanan 

Hayes John, saloon, NW cor Fulton and 
Buchanan, res 905 Buchanan 

Hayes John, manager California Trans- 
fer Co, res 823 Montgomery 

HAYES JOHN T, carpenter and 

builder, 2019 Polk 
Hayes Michael, (Hartter & Co), res 819 

Mission 
Hayes M J, cutler, 1432 Market 
Hayes Patrick, (P & S Hayes), res 9 Na- 

toma 
Hayes P & S, saloon, 510 Howard 
Hayes Samuel, (P & S Hayes), res 9 Na- 

toma 
Hayes Thomas, groceries, 438 Third 

HAYES VALLEY ADVER- 
TISER, Wm Clack & Co propri- 
etors, 509 Hayes 
Hayes Valley Grammar School, McAl- 
lister bet Franklin and Gough 
Hayes Valley Primary School, Grove 

near Larkin 
Hayes Wm, groceries, NE cor Ellis and 

Devisadero 
Hayes Wm J, (Fred Franks & Co), res 10 

Elgin park 
Hayman Al, lessee Baldwin and Califor- 
nia Theatres, office Baldwin Theatre 
res Baldwin Hotel 
Hayniann Aaron, locksmith, 234 Post, 

res 420 Post 
Haymanson Alfred, music teacher, 139 

Post 
Haymond Creed, general solicitor law 
department S P Co, cor Fourth and 
Townsend, room 59, res 712 Geary 
Hayne A P, physician, 533 Kearny, 

res 2419 Pacific ave; 
Hayne Brewton A, attorney at law, 522 

Mongomery, res 228 McAllister 
Hayne Robert Y, (Pringle & Hayne), res 

San Mateo 
Haynert C, upholsterer, 214 Stockton, 
res same 



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Hays F human hair goods, 20 Geary, Heaphey Michael, (Donovan & Heaphey), 

res 838 Market res 222 Leavenworth 

HAYS JOHN T, proprietor CharvHj^j^xEJ^ BANNISTER 
ter Oak Livery Stable, 7,5 Market,! & £JO, (David Hearfield and W D 

Bannister), English PariB White and 
whitening works, 347 Branuan 
HEARFIELD DAVID, (Hear- 
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ter Oak Livery Stable, 
res Brooklyn Hotel 

HAYWARD ALVINZ A, ca- 
pitalist, 234 California, res San 
Mateo „ 

Hayward's Express, Wm Hurrell, pro- 
prietor, 28 Market 

Hazard A R, photographer, 997 Market 

Hazlett Miss Kate, dressmaker, 1016 X 
Mission 

Head Centre Con M Co, J W Pew secre- 
tary, 310 Pine 

Head Centre & Tranquility M Co, J W 
Pew secretary, 310 Pine 

HEALD E P, president Heald s 
Business College, 24 Post, res 1406 

HEALD ISSACHAR A, 

machine and model works, 115 

First, res 421 Fremont 
HEALD S BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE, E P Heald president, C S 

Haley M D secretary, 24 Post 
Heald's Business College Journal, 2-1 

Post 
HEALEY B, attorney at law, 

California, res 1014 Green 
Healey C S, (Somers & Healey), res Cedar 

ave bet Howard and Mission 
Healey & Doud, (F W Healey and Aaron 

Doud), 326 Pine 
Healey F W, (Healey & Doud), res 518 

Capp 
Healey John, groceries, 122 Langton 
Healey Patrick, saloon, 131 Third 
Healey T F, saloon, 147 Valencia 
Healing James, saloon, 701 J$ Market, 

res 982 Fifteenth 
Health Office, Dr J L Meaies Health 

officer, New City Hall 
HealyDanl A, boots and shoes. Railroad 

ave near Manitoba, res Railroad ave 
Healy E, (Gordon & Healy), res 26 % 

Hayes 
HEALY GEORGE F. The Bay 

City Saloon, 133 Sixth, res 422 Post 
Healv G F, ( A G Nagel & Co), res 133 Fifth 
Healy Jeremiah, groceries, 139 Shipley 
Healy Jeremiah, saloon, 236 Brannan 
Healy Johu H, physician, 850 Market, 

room 5 
Healy M F, saloon, 1726 Market 
HEALY T J, plumber ami gas- 
fitter, 532 Bush, res 1122 Florida 
Healy W F, business agent and house 

broker, 310 Kearny 
Heany John, (Kane fc Heany), res 514 

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HEARST GEORGE R, capi- 
talist, 53 Nevada Block, res 1105 
Taylor 

Heartv & Guthrie, (John Hearty and 
Win L Gurthrie), groceries, 213 
Broadway 

Hearty John (Hearty & Guthrie), res 19 
Ohio 

Heath House, lodgings, Mrs E L Allen, — 
312 Eddy 

Heath Mining Co, W Letts Oliver, sec- 
retary, 328 Montgomery 

Heath R W, mining secretary, 318 Pine, 
room 17. res 2032 Scott 

Heathcote Basil, (Heathcote, Dexter & 
Co), res Occidental Hotel 

Heathcote, Dexter & Co, (Basil Heath- 
cote and Henry S Dexter), wholesale 
wines and liquors, 509-511 Sacra- 
mento 

Heatley Edward D, (Dickson, De Wolf 
& Co), res SW cor Kearny and 
Chestnut 

Heatley Ernest L, (Dickson, De Wolf & 
Co?, res London 

Heavy B J, bootmaker, 49 Everett, res 
53 Everett 

Heavy B J, groceries, 53 Everett 

HEBBARD J C B, attorney at 
law, 309 California, res 317 Leaven- 
worth 

Hebrew (The), Philo Jacoby, 612 Com- 
mercial 

Hebrew Observer (The), weekly, Win 
Saalburg propr, 622 Clay 

Hechheimer Lee, meat market, cor Bu- 
chanan and Eddy, res 1450 O'Farrell 

Hecht Bros & Co, (Isaac, Abraham E, 
Louis Jr, Marcus H and Jacob 11 rr\ 
Hecht and L P Weil), leather and y* 
findings, boots and shoes, 25 ami \Jj 
27 Sansome I ^_ 

Hecht J A, artist, 514 !* Hayes £} 

HECHT & MORGEN-'^rj 

STERN, iSignmncl Hecht »?<» 2T 

Millard Morgenstern), ruanufac- {^J 

turers trunks, valises Uld satchels. ^ 

821 Market, factory 831 Grant ave \.J 

Hecht Signiund. (Hecht & Morgenstern >, ryj 

res 533 Geary -p 

Heekman H, (Heckman ft bnuel), rat -V 

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Heckman & Immel, (H Heckman and A 
J B Iminel), commission merchants 
NE cor Davis and Washington 

HECKMAN R J, butcher, 1078 
Howard 

Heckmann Fred, ivory turner, 206 Six- 
teenth 

Hedges G W, {Hedges & Hall), res 1228 
Eddy 

Hedges & Hall, (G W Hedges and Robert 
Hall), machinists and engineers, 44 
Main 

Hedrich J L, (Hedrich & Ruge), res 621 
Stevenson 

Hedrich & Ruge, (George Ruge and 
J L Hedrich), wines and liquors. 12 
Mason 
Heeia Sugar Plantation Co, J C B Heb- 

bard secy, 309 California 
Heeney M, groceries, 815 Jackson 
HE FA NO SANGUINCK, 

grocery and liquors, 3 Vullejo 
Heffernan M, saloon, 223 Sansome, res 
712 Guerrero 

HEFTY JOHN, hairdresser, 553 

Fourth, res same 
Hegler John H, (Hegler, Johnson & Co) 

res 222Haight 

HEGLER, JOHNSON & CO, 

( John H Hegler and .\I M Johuson), 

dairy produce and commission mer' 

chants, 305-307 Clay 
Heick C, boots and shoes, 508 Fourth 
Heick Wiliiam, druggist, SE cor Golden 

Gate ave and Polk, res 443 Golden 

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Heider C & Co, (Christopher Heiderand 
Jacob Bross), barbers, 310 Bush 

Heider Christopher, <C Heider & Co) 
res 623 Ash ave 

Heidmuller William, saloon, 1017 Bat- 
tery 

Heiduska F, (Pohlman & Heiduska), res 

1619 Golden Gate ave 
Heilbron A, (Poly, Heilbron & Co), res 

Sacramento 
Heilbronner August, (M Wunsch & Co) 

res 21 Grant ave 
Heilbronner Max, (Bissinger & Co), res 

101 Grant ave 
Heilbrun Samuel, (Held Bros & Co), res 

H — I 1309Geugh 
Heilfronn Julius, barber, 341 Hayes 
Heilmann R W, Pioneer Soap Factorv 
708 Br>nnan 
_ Heim F L, boots and shoes, 121 Grant 
I> l ave, res 1414 Devisadero 

iHeim J F H, (Swenarton & Heim) res 
1374 Franklin, Oakland 
Heiman A L, (Heiman Bros), res 741 
Ellis 



Heiman Bros, (A L Heiman and Joseph 
Heiman), clothiers, 10281030 Mar- 
ket 

Heiman Joseph, (Heiman Bros), res 741 

Heimann Isaac, (Levy & Heimann) res 
Railroad ave, Alameda 

Heimann Jonas, sausage manufacturer 
611 Larkin, res 3 Myrtle ave 

Heinbruch Frederick, (Thannhauser & 
Co), res 26 McAllister 

Heinburg Mrs E W. (Mrs E W Heinburg 
& Co), res Chicago Hotel 

Heinburg Mrs E W k Co, (Mrs E W 
Heinburg), Chicago Hotel, 220-228 
Pacific 

Heinburger Mr & Mrs E, music teach- 
ers, 421 Ellis 

Heine Samuel, saloon, Honduras 

Heineman E P, (Modry & Heineman), res 
1335 Pine 

HEINEMAN H M, manufactur- 
er neckwear, suspenders and 

gloves, 35 Sutter, res 1613 Bush 

HEINEMAN & STERN, (Chas 

Heineman and Moses Stern), manu- 
facturers German sausages, smoked 
and pickled meats, tongues, etc, 908 
Larkin 
Heinemann — , painter, 1118 Larkin 511 
Heinemann Mrs Kate, restaurant, 

Valencia 
Heininger C P, commission merchant 

411 % California 
Heinlen G A, attorney at law, 504 Kear- 
ny, res 409 Mason 
Heino Louis, (Peterson & Heino, res 821 

Dolores 
Heinrich B. locksmith, 2015 Mission 
HEINRICH RUDOLPH 
agent Contra Costa Laundry, 18 Tay- 
lor, res same 
Heins Alexander) (Heins & William) 

res 726 % McAllister 
HEINS JOHN D, (J D Heins & 
Co, res 2-18 Fremont 

HEINS JOHN D & CO, (J d 

Hems and Henry Minderman), gro- 
ceries, NW cor Folsom and Fre 
mont 

Heins Louis R, saloon, NW cor Third 
and Bryant, res 7 Liberty 

HEINS PETER, groceries and 
liquors, NE cor Union and Larkin 
res 1204 Union 

HEINS & WILLIAM, (Alexan- 
der Heins and Alois William,) man- 
ufacturers of leather and rawhide 
belting, rope and lacing, 504 Front 

Heinz J, barber, 509 California, res 1414 
Powell 

Heinz Jacob, (Himmelmann & Heinz) 
res 1827 Union ' 



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HEINZ J J, saloon, 637 Broadway, JHellings E E, mining, room 52, 320 i "H 



res 628 Broadway 

Heinze Fred, bootmaker, 211 Chita 
nooga 

Heise Chas Ed, (Chas Ed Heise & Co) 
res 2617 Pacific 

Heise Charles Ed & Co, (Cbas Ed Heise 
and C Hohwiesner), custom House 
brokers, 510 Battery 

Heitler L R, tailor, 235 Fifth 

Heitmann Mrs Alwine, saloon, 530 Pa- 
cific 

HEITMANN C H H, groceries 
and liquors, NE cor Green and Bat- 
tery, res same 

Heitmann H H, grocer and saloon. NW 
cor Davis and Jackson and 400 Pa- 
cific, res 803 Sansome 

Heitmuller Henry, bakery, 492 Eighth 

HEIZMAN JNO, watchmaker and 
jeweler, 412 Sansome, res 302 Fell 

HELBING AUG, broker, 403 Cal- 
ifornia, res 1325 Webster 

HELBUSH HERMAN H, 

fxuit and produce, NE cor Califor- 
nia and Fillmore, res 2510 California 

Held Adolph, locksmith, 539 dayes 

Held Bernhardt, (Held Bros & Co), res 
1008 Van Ness ave 

Held Bros & Co (Bernhard Held and 
Samuel Heilbrun), millinery goods, 
13-15 Sutter and 512-514 Market 

Held George, barber, 217 Montgomery, 
res 584 Delger, Oakland 

HEED WILLIAM, saloon, 108 
Sacramtnto, res same 

Held William, saloon, 305 Davis, res 
1719)$ Larkin 

Helke Adolph, (Chas Helke & Son), res 
953 Mission 

Helke Chas, (Chas Helke & Son), res 953 
Mission 

Helke Chas & Son, (Chas and Adolph 
Helke), harness, 617 Mission 

HEEL BERG HENRY, gro 

ceries, liquors, feed and grain, 500 

Ninth, cor Bryant, res feme 
Heller E L,(E & 8 Heller, res 1320 Geary 
Heller E & S (E L and S W T Heller), 

wholesale dry goods and agent; 

Marysville Woolen Mills, 315-317 

Pine 
Heller Mrs J, manuf ladies' underwear, 

9 Grant ave, and 1108 Market, res 

717 H Bush 
Heller Martin, (M Heller & Sons), res 

1803 Octavia 
Heller M & Sons, (Martin, E M and 

Moses Heller Jr), importers dry 

goods, 112-114 Sansome 
Heller S W, (E & S Heller), res cor Post 

and Leavenworth 



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Hellings W T B, mining, room 62, 320| •** 
Sansome 

Helliwell Richard S, locks, 115 Fourth, 
res Colt on House 

Hellmann A C, stock, bond and insur- 
ance broker, 308 California, res 1323 
Geary 

Hellmann Bros & Co, (Horace G and 
Richard Hellmann), liquors, SW cor 
Front and Jackson 

Hellmann Horace G, (Hellmann Bros & 
Co^, res 1005 Sutter 

Hellmann Richard, (Hellmann Bros & 
Co), res Occidental Hotel 

Hellwig Christian, tanner, 131 Twenty- 
Sixth 

Hellwig Fred, bakery and restaurant, 
112 Grant ave, res 319 Powell 

Helm Mrs Ellen B, bakery, SE cor 
Geary and Jones 

Helms Bros, (John and Thos Helms), 
butchers, cor Noe and Seventeenth 

Helms John, (Helms Bros), res 206 Noe 

Helms Jno E A, grocer, SW cor Seventh 
and Stevenson 

Helms Thos, (Helms Bros), res cor Noe 
and Seventeenth 

Helmstein N J, cigars and tobacco, 26 
Eddy, res 104 Mason 

Helmuth Wm, cigar factory, 506 Jack- 
sou, res 518 Valencia 

HELVETLA HOTEL, J Steiner 
and Fred'k Gamma, proprietors, 
431-433 Pine 

HELVETIA MARKET, G 

Ros3i & Son proprietors, 515 Broad- 
way 
Hely Mrs Julia, grocer, 830 Eighteenth 
Hemme A, mining, 404 Montgomery, 
res Alamo 

HEMME & LONG, (SH Long 
piano manufacturers, 1643 Polk 

Hemmer Henry, boots and shoes, 1( 
Sixth, res 643 Jessie 

Henarie D V B (E Martin & Co), res 
Palace Hotel 

Hencke H, (Von Ronn k Hencke Bros), 
res 1707 Brodeiick 

Hencke Wm, (Von Ronn & Hencke 
Bros), res 10 8 Vallejo 

Hencken Annie, bakery, NW cor Nine- 
teenth and Shotwell 

Hencken & Brandt (John Hencken and 
Fred Brandt), saloon, 154 Third 

Hencken John, (Hencken & Brandt), 
res 211 Pierce 

HENCKEN M, saloon, TW Mis- 
sion, res ; 22 Jensie 

Hencken Martin, (Hencken & Schroder), 
res 116Capp 



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Hencken Martin, gTOcer, cor Hyde and 

Green 
Hencken & Schroder (Martin Hencken 

and Henry Schroder), wholesale 

liquors, 208-210 Front 
HENDEE MRS M J, psychom- 

etrist and magnetic healer. 20 Turk 
Henderson A H, saloon, 1802 Market 
HENDERSON CHAS, Tem- 
perance Grocer. i f ^i and i9oa 

Bush, Tes same 
HENDERSON J C, manager 

Electric Development Co, office 323 

Pine, res 2511 California 

HENDERSON JOHN, book and 

job printer and bookbinder, 419 
Sacramento, res 2515 Sutter 



HENLNGSEN HANS, cigars and 
tobacco, 842 Market, res 204 Polk 

Henrichs Charles, grocer, 337 Third 

Henrickson John, saloon, 20 Folsom 

Henriksen B E, architect, 218 Post, res 
1322 Fell 

HENRIOULLE GUSTAVE, 
liquor dealer, 135 Second, res same 

Henrioulle G, liquors retail, NE cor 
Seventh and Minna 

Henry C A, (American Wine Co), rea 
1217 Polk 

HENRY GEO J, cashier J B Hag- 
gin, res 2113 Broderick 

Henry J, boots and shoes, 909 Larkin, 
res 831 Geary 

Henry Joseph, wood and coal, Sea Wall 



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Henderson T H, secy Benton Coal Co, 

res ,767 Alice, Oakland 
Hendry Charles J, president, Leduc 

Tule Improvement Company, res 

430 Ellis 
Hendry Chas I, ship chandler, 2-8 Mar- 
ket, res 430 Ellis 
Hendry W, (Pacific Axle Co), res 314 

Brannan 
HENDY- JOSHUA HENDY 

MACHINE WORKS, 39 5 1 

Fremont 
HENDY JOSHUA, proptietor 

City Iron Works, cor Vallejo and 
and manager Joshua 



Montgomery, res 1515 Larkin 

Henry W Warner L Co, (W Warner 

Henry), commission merchants and 

dairy produce and provisions, 212 

Sacramento 

Henschen MrsC, groceries, loOoSteiner 

Hensel Charles, saloon. 807 Brannan 

Henshelwood T R, (Doane & Henshel- 

wood), res 132 Kearny 
Hensler Arnold, proprietor Swiss Brew- 
ery, 416 Dupont 
Hent R W, attorney at law, 605 Clay, res 

1012 Haight 
HentmillerH, bakery, 1216 Polk and 
cor Eighth and Bryant 



Hendy Slacnme worKS, UM rre 523.515 Front, and 1-5 San Fran 

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cor Beale and Bryant 
Heney Wm J, (Wm J Heney & Co), res 

1614 Turk 
Heney Wm J & Co, (Wm J Heney), fur* 

niture and carpets, 18-22 Ellis 

HENICKE BERTHA S, de 

signer and engraver on wood, 320 

Battery, res 2207 Pine 
HENKE C C, musician, 425 Kearny 

res same 
Henkenius J C, bridge engineer, 432 

Montgomei y 
Henko Alex V, upholsterer, 610 Post 
Henley M J, (Jennings fe Henley),res 16 

Bond 
HENLEY DR W, (I X L Bitters 

and Tamarack), specialties, 23 Mont- 
gomery ave, res Alameda 
Henne H, (Henne & Wymann) res 808 

O 'Fan-ell 
HENNE & WYMANN, (Oberon 

Hall), (H Henne and J Wymann), 38 

O'Farrell 



Hyde 

Hentz Gus, saloon, 53 % Park ave, res 7 
Hyde 

Henze Louis, bakery, 515 Third 

Henzel G L, electric bells, 1908 Stelner 
res 1912 Steiner 

Hepp George, boots and shoes, 1330 Du 
pont, res 2017 Powell 

HERALD OF TRADE, B F 
Jacobs publisher and proprietor, 
415 Market 

HERBER JOHN, proprietor Eu- 
reka Exchange, 1154-1156 Market, res 
411-413 Octavia 

HERBERGER CARL, uphol- 
sterer, 414 Larkin, res 427 Turk 

HERBERT EDWARD, tailor, 
6 8 .Market, res 924 fine 

HERBERT & NYLAND. 
(William Herbert and Joseph S Ny- 
land, coopers, 38 Commercial 

Herbert William, (Herbert & Nyland), 
res 448 ^ Third 



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^S^JVgFeY^ {HferbSt & | HI iRRICK E M, Resale luru-" 
HPRbVt * MAAC ,t * ^ r . "k'PPing aiid commission mer- 

Mi*KBST & MAAS, (Justus, chant, 1/ Stewait, res L081 Webster 
He.ost and Frfd Maas), proprietors! Oakland "cosier, 

Post Keller, SE cor Post and Kearny JHerrick H S, stenograoher 325 Montso 
HERD JOHN Jr, president The mprv roa 17r - " , — fc 



-Liverpool Con G and" S M Co, 325 

Montgomery, res The Berkshire 
Herdel Fritz, saloon, 799 Haight 
Herget Mrs Emnii, dressnoaker, 601 

Turk 
Herget E W, locksmith, 601 Turk 
Heringhi B, (B Heringhi & Co>, res 828 

Geary 
Heringhi B & Co, (B Heringhi), real es 

tate brokers, 330 Pine, 
Heriughi Edward, pictures and toys, 107 

Third, res 155 J* Clara 
Heringhi L, watchmaker and jeweler 

38 Sixth, res 828 Geary 
Herlihy D C, saloon, 207 Second, res 43 

Tehama 
Herlihy Richard, wood and coal, 1213 

Broadway 
Herman Martin, stock broker, 324 Pine 

room 6 
J^^minM, (The Melville), 1104 Market 
HERMAN R, proprietor Harbor 

View Park and Surf and hot Sea 

Water Baths, Harbor View 

HERMANN BENJ, meat mar- 
ket, iNE cor Bush and Franklin, res 
1821 Pine 

Hermann House, Hermann Hashagen 

_ Proprietor, 2 13 Folsoui 

HERMANN JUEIUS, manager 
C icago Clothing Co, ies 5)6 Jessie 

Hermann M & Co, ( vt Hermann and M 
M Regensberger), hotel, 1104 Mar- 
ket 

HERMANN THEO & CO* 

lheo Hermaun, importers aud deal- 
ers in birds cages, curiosities, 
shells and corals, 630 Washington 

Herold Conrad, grocer, SW cor Zoe and 
Welch 

Herold Rudolph Jr, (Speyer & Herold) 
res 1612 Van Ness ave 

Heron James, secretary Wells Fargo & 
Co, res 219 Geary " 

Herr MM, solicitor Anglo Nevada As- 
surance Corporation, res 1333 Gold- 
en Gate ave 

Herrera Francisco, consul for Nicara- 
gua, Ecuador and Bolivia, 218 Cali- 
fornia, res 106 Powell 

Herretto Giacomo, (A Rossi & Co), res 
531 Green 

HERRICK E, H house and sign 
painter, p.iper hanger, paints, oils 
and wall paper, 1713 Market, res 
105 Trospect ave B H 



mery, res 176 Ninth, Oakland 

Herrick Wm F. asst secy Commercial 
Ins Co of Cal, res 1302 Twelfth 
Oakland 

Herrimau & Mills, stevedores, 22 Cali- 
fornia 

Herrin William F,(Xewlands, Allen & 
Herrin), res 1919 Baker 

Herring Richard, furniture manufac- 
turers, 450-452 Stevenson, ies Pre- 
cita ave, bet Howard and Folsom 

Herrmann Mrs Bertha, fancy goods 
1123$ Ninth i * ' 

HERRMANN C, (C Herrmann k 
Co), res 2222 California, 

HERRMANN C & CO, (C Herr- Fn 
maun, Frauk Veen and Otto Lugei W 
niportcrs hats and cap; and hat- 



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1212-1214 Market 
Herrmann Charles, (J Popert & Co) 
Herrmann & C >, <3 Herrmann), hops 

corks, etc, 313 Sacramento 
Herrmann Jame3. attorney at law 407 

Califoruia 
Herrmann Julius, clothing, cor Kearny 

and Post and 201 Montgomery 

Herrmann S, (Herrmann & Co), res 1500 

Larkin 
Herron James, painter, 1908 Fillmore 
Herron T H, shirt maker, 310 Kearny, 

res 333 Sixth 
Herrschaft Mrs, dress maker, 109 

Seventh 
Herrschaft C, (Burns & Herrschaft), res 

10'J Seventh 
Hersch David, varieties, 918 McAllister 
Herehberg Harry, (H Hershberg & Co), 

res Seattle 
Hersuberg H & Co, clothiers, H Lewis, 

manager, 141-143 Montgomery 
Hertel William, (Hess & Hertel), 63< 

Pacific 
Hertenstein August, (Bernstein & Co). 

res 12 Bluxome 
Hertz J, (J Hertz & Co), res 1318 Fill- 
more 
Heitz J & Co, (J Hertz and A G Shet- 

zel), butchers, 5 Centre Market 
Hertzell Frank L, meat market, 90 

Niuth, res 138 Taylor 
Hervey Mrs Kate, dress maker, 109 H 

Fitth 
Herzberg I, (Chas Jacobs k Co), res C0« 

Powell 
Herzberg I, stock broker, 238 Mon- 

gomery, res 1 101 Adeline, Oakland 



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Herzberg M, merchandise broker, 423 

Washington 
HerzerHugo, manager, SF Abend Post 

Company, 535 California res 331 

Fell 
Herzog Bros, (Herman and Frank Her- 
zog), blacksmiths, 737 Broadway 
Herzog Frank, (Herzog Bros), res 739 

Broadway 
Herzog Herman, (Herzog Bros), res 739 

Broadway 
Herzog J & Co, mattresses and bedding, 

12 Second 
Herzog Joseph, (J Herzog & Co), re* 

1207 Eddy 
Herzog Louis, furniture, 990 Folsom 
Herzog T D, music teacher, 103 O'Far 

rell 
Herzstein M, physician, 323 Sutter, re* 

2220 Broadway 
Hess Charles, optician, 519 Kearny, res 

1308 California 
Hess E L Mrs, dress maker, 515 Haves 
Hess Frank, (Hess & Hertel), 634* Pa 

cific 
HESS FREDERICK, proprietor 

California Democrat (German daily) 

409-413 Bush, res 821 California 
Hess Henry, tailor and shirt factory, 

126 Kearnv, res 2813 Pine 
HESS & HERTEL, (Frank 

and William Hertel), saloon, 634 

Pacific 
Hess Jacob, bootmaker, 1709 Market 
HeBs James L, (L & E Wertheimer), res 

1800 Butter 
Hess Lewis & Co, (Lewis Hess), sole 

proprietors and manufacturers Da- 

miana bitters, 12 Montgomery ave 
Hess Robert, cigar3 and tobacco, 408 Pa- 
cific 
Hess Robert, boot maker, 249 Eighth, 

res 1711 Market, rear 
Hess John A, barber, 2552 Folsom, res 

1204 Treat ave 
Hessler Henry, custom house broker 

518 Battery, res 225 Capp 
Hessler Philip, upholsterer, 703 Lar- 

kin 
Hessler Wm, bakery, 617 Post 
Hesthal Mrs Mary M, furnishing goods, 

637 Valencia 
Hestres Emile, mining secretary, 217 

Sansome, res 113 Stockton 
Hettr'ch Michael, (Dickman, Jones & 

Hettrich), 3309 Laguna 
Hetty Louis B, el-ctrical bells, 126 

Eddy 
Heubach Mrs E, (Heubach & Ward), res 

143 Eleventh 
Heubach & Ward, (Mrs E Huebach and 

Miss M Ward), restaurant and no- 
tions. 143 Eleventh 



Heuer A & Co. (A Heuer), saloon, 19 

Fourth, res 947 Howard 
Heunisch Adam, (Abramson, Eacon & 

Heunisch), res 1609 Webb ave, Ala 

meda 
Heutmuller H, bakery, 1216 Polk, and 

Eighth and Bryant 
Hevener Mrs E L, millinery parlors 

131 Post, res 1044 Mission 
Hewlett Frederick, (Rosa & Hewlett), 

res 775 Haight 
Hewston George, physician, 1132 Sutter 
Hextell Thomas, gardener, room 106 

628 Montgomery 
Hey Miss Belle, artist. 204 Valencia 

HEY, GRAUERHOLZ & CO, 

(Henry J Graueiholz and John Hey) 

wholesale wines and liquors, 216 

Sacramento 
Hey John, (Hey, Grauerholz & Co), res 

204 Valencia 
Heydenaber Louis, saloon, junction 

O 'Fan ell, Market and Grant ave 
Heydenfeldt Solomon, attornev at law, 

33 Nevada Block, res 1016 Post 
Heydenfeldt Solomon Jr, attorney at 

law, 33 Nevada Block, res 1316 

Mason 
Heye Henry, saloon, 234 Townsend 
Heyer Albert, grocer, 500 Third, res 501 

Bryant 

HEYERMANN F W, (Mead & 

Heyermann), res 500 Fourth 
Heyman Henry, saloon, 615 Pacific 
Heyman Julius, (Heyman & Mayer), res 

206 Ellis 
Heyman Julius, boot and shoes, 1946 

Fillmore 
Heyman & Mayer. (Julius Heyman and 
Abraham Mayer), commission mer- 
chants, 41 Clay 
Heymann Mrs Sara, clothing, 818 Mont- 
gomery 

HEYN HERMAN, saloon, 1104 
Howard, res 256 % Jessie 

Heyneman & Co, (Manfred H Heyne- 
man. Arthur Eloesser and Emilio 
Pissis), wholesale furnishing and 
dry goods, 113-115 Pine 

Heyneman H, president, The San Fran- 
cisco Pioneer Woolen Factory, res 7 
Francisco 

Heyneman Herman, cigar manufacturer, 
514 Front, res 1422 Post 

Heyneman M H, (Heyneman k Co), re» 
7 Francisco 

Heynemann Alexander, attorney at law, 
310 Pine, room 29, res 7 Francisco 

HEYNOLD OTTO, manager Tit 
tel & Krueger, res 854 Harrison, Oak 
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Heywood Bros & Co, (S W Fuller), chair 

and furniture manufacturers, 659- 

663 Mission 
HEYWOOD S J, (8 J Heywood 

& Col, re* 311 Golden Gate ave 

HEYWOOD S J & CO, (S J 

Heywood), commission merchants 
222-224 Clay 

Heywood Walter M, collector, 649 Wash 
ington 

Hibbard C W, (Roberts & Hibbard), res 

1(9 Taylor 
HIBERNIA BREWERY, 31 
Nunan proprietor, 1229 Howard 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society 
(The), Myles D Sweeny, president 
Robert J Tobin secretary and treas 
urer, NE cor Montgomery and Post 

Hickey Daniel, saloon, 227 Pacific, res 
1727)$ 8tevenson 

Hickey Mrs E, ladies' nurse, 153 Fif- 
teenth 

Hickey Edward, bootmaker, 153 Fif- 
teenth 

Hickey H, tailor, 1131 Market 

Hickok Wm B, insurance broker, 324 
Montgomery, res 602 Guerrero 

Hickok George C, secty Manufacturers' 
Association of California, 43 Mer- 
chants Exchange, res Alameda 

Hicks J L, general agent New York and 
Helpmate Sewing Machines, 667 
Mission, res 2510 Bryant ave 

Hicks & Judd, (D Hicks and N A Juddi, 
bookbinders, 23 First 

Hicks R B, carpenter, 30 New Mont- 
gomery 

HICKS & SILVEY,(WP Hicks 
and L E Silvey), real estate agents, 
14 Geary 

HICKS W P, (Hicks & 8ilvey), res 

Palace Hotel 
Hicks Victor L, attorney at law, res 

Palace Hotel 
Hickstedt Herman, baker, 127 Fourth 
Hleu August, saloon, 736 Montgomery, 

H^Jf„lV 2 An ree * U ™. !Hildebrand & Hoffman, (Conrad Hilde- 

H es and Albert, carpenter, 1208 Kearny; brand and Aucust Hoffman), saloon. 



HIGGINS & COLLINS, (EiLsha O 

Higgins and Geo H Collins), com- 
mission merchants and cargo deal- 
ers in redwood lumber, shingles, 
posts, tan bark, wood, etc, pier 10 
Steuart 

Higgins Elisha, (Higgins k Collins), res . 
cor Castro and Thirteenth, Oakland I « 

Higgins Fred, (Higgins & Murray), resi l ij 
503 Mason | HI 

HIGGINS JAMES, Temperance CO 
grocery and North Star Tea Co, 40 T 
Sixth, res 1214 Mission Iq 

Higgins James, groceries, 963 Mission, ^ 
res 1214 Mission 

Higgins Jas E, (Allen & Higgins Lumber 
Co), res 591 Elli » 

Higgins J M & Co, (J M Higgins and 
Thomas L Wand), bookbinders, 532 
Clay 

HIGGINS JOHN, propriet< 

Western Hotel, 212-214 Broadway 
Higgins J S, agent Steamer West Coast, 

42 Market, res Berkeley 
Higgins & Murray, (Fred Higgins and 

F R Murray), cigars and tobacco, 

312 Third 
Higgins W B, agent White Sewing Ma 

chine, cor Stockton and Jackson, res 

722 Green 
Higgs John, saloon, 233 Sixth, res 1515 

Guerrero 
Higgs Thomas, roofer, 822 Jackson, res 

1 Codman place 
Higgs Wm, grocer, 901 Larkin, res 11C9 

Van Ness ave 
Highton Henry E, attorney at law, 528 

California, res Baldwin Hotel 
Hilbert A, florist, 15 Geary, res 9 Geary 
Hildebrand Conrad, dairy produce, 324 

Third 

Hildebrand Conrad, (Hildebrand & Hoff- 
man), res 42u Filbert 
Hildebrand E A, butcher, 123 Seventh 
Hildebrand George, boarding stable, 
1619 Powell 



Hiester Amos C, (Bunker A: Hiester), res 
2841 Howard 



HIEZMAN JOHN, watchmaker 
and jeweler, 412 Sansome, res 302 



923 Kearny 
Hildebrand Wm C, groceries, 413 Jones' 
Hildebrandt Carstan, (and Hildebrandt' 
& Knop), groceries, N\V cor Bnahl 
and Octavia, res 2102 Mason 
HIGGINBOTHAM & CO Hildebrandt F W, bootmaker, 812 Bu-' 
(W p Higginbotham), silk manufac-! chanan 

ms. flosses and knitting Hildebrandt Henry, tailor, NW cor Va-I 



Bilk, 857 Tehama 
Higginbotham W p, (Higginbotham A: 

Co), res 198* Noe 
Higgins C B, secretary Iowa Mining Co 

r«s 167 Seventh 



lencia and Twenty-third, 
Minna 



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Hildebrandt & Knop, (Carsten Hilde- 
brandt and Elfert Knop*, grocers. 
8K cor Montgomery and Broad way 



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jlljHildebrandt, Posner & Co, (W C Hilde- 
■*"j brandt and Max Posner), -wholesale 
UJI liquors, 411-413 Battery 
fY» ! Hildebrandt W C, (Hildebrandt, Posner 
H"! & Co), res 2715 Pine 
J""Hilderbrant G, glazier, 8 Lilly ave 
fft Hill Mrs A J, dressmaker, 231 Geary 
yjJ Hill Alfred S, dentist, 404 Post 

'HILL A Mi manager New Home 
^m. S-wing Machine and estate of Sam- 
CZ' uel Hill, 634 Market, res Alameda 
Qu Hill & Co, (John Hill), real estate, 601 
Ijl i California, room 3 
<~ KILL E P, (Boyd k Co), res 8 Mont. 
^> gomery ave 

^T Hill Horace L, capitalist, 314 California 
V.J Hill James B, house mover, 724 Natoma 

O Hill John, (Hill & Co), res 1217 Bush 
Hill John, saloon and cigar manufac- 
|— turer, 2010 Fillmore, res 2012 % Fill- 

Zmore 
Hill M A, candies, etc, 524 % 8ixth 
CHILL ROBERT R, pictures 

Sand frames, 608 Market, res 1935 
Geary 

HILL (ESTATE OF SAM- 
*^| UEL HILL), sewing machines 
^^i machine supplies, Demorest paper 
^j patterns and caligraph type-writmg 
Lu machines, 634 Market 
-9 Hill Thomas, artist, room 323 Phelan 



Building, res 1707 Polk 



dentist 



HILL THOMAS L, 

«■ . office and res 1U29 Market 

«£ Hill William, (William Hill & Co), res 

w , San Jose 

«■ Hill William, sewing machines, 1936 % 

Mission 
iHill William & Co, (William Hill and 

James Wilson), printers, 1106 Mis 
-1 sion 

LU Hillderbrandt Gus, saloon, 913 Kearny 
||| re3 Virginia 

f*"iHillebrand Albert, saloon, 1019 Market, 
r™ res 64254 Natoma 
< KILLEBRAND HENRY, 

^^ ! g:oceries, provisioos, crockery and 
> ! glassware, 1712 Eddy, res same 
(Hillebrandt F, (F Hillebrandt & Co) 
res 210 Folsom 
^ HILLEBRANDT T & CO, (F 
Hillebrandt, N L Meyer and P 
Windeler), propra Enterprise Brew 
ery, 2015-2023 Folsom 
Hillebrandt Henry, (H & N Hille 
brandt), res SW cor Post and Web 
ster 
Hillebrandt H & N, (Henry & Nicholas), 
groceries, SW cor Post and Webster 
Hillebrandt Nicholas. (H k N Hille 
brandt), res SW cor Post and Web 
ater 



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Hillen D H, groceries, cor Pine and Lar- 

kin 
Hillenbrand & Klose, (Wm Hillenbrand 

and Philip Klose), Turk-st Hotel, 

22-24 Turk 
Hillenbrand William, (Hillenbrand k 

Klose), res Turk-st Hotel, 22-24 

Turk 
Hillens Fred, (John Ziegenbein k Co), 

res 1310 Howard 

HILLER ADOLPH, cigars, to- 
bacco and stationery, 6o3 Davis, res 
7 Montgomery ave 

Hiller D Albert, homoeopathic physi- 
cian, 1011 Sutter 

Hiller F, physician, 14 Grant ave, rooms 
38 and 39 

Hiller F Jr, physician, (and F Hiller Jr 
& Co), res 420 Geary 

HILLER F Jr & CO, <F Hiller 

Jr), Pacific Pharmacy, 33 Grant ave, 

cor Geary 
Hillers Henry, butcher, 340 Guerrero 
Hillert Frederick, architect and civil 

engineer, 432 Kearny, res Boss 

station 
Hilliard L B, 6upt Brad street mercan 

tile agency, res 206 Golden Gate ave 
Hillman Henry, (Hillman k Wassman), 

4163$ Seventh 

manage 
Southern 

California Insurance ' Co, 405 

California, res 413 Twenty-second 
Hillman & Wassman, (Henry Hillman 

and Fritz Wassman), dyers, 929 

Folsom 

Hillman Henry, groceries, 722 Harri- 
son, res 711 Harrison 
Hills A H, (Cofer, Hills & Co and Hills 

Bros), res 1558 Eighth, Oakland 
Hills Austin, ship carpenter, Meiggs' 

wharf, res 477 Haight 
Hills Bros, (R >V and A H Hills), coffee 

ani spice mills, 400 Sansome 
Hills C E, (Hills & Twins), res 742 CapP 
Hills Joel F, carpenter, 842 Clay, res 727 

Bush 
Hill's patent inside sliding blinds, Ed - 

ward B Hinds, manufacturer, 330 

Pine, room 15 
Hill's patent sliding screens, Edward B 

Hiud3, manufacturer, 330 Pine 

room 15 
Hills R W, (Hills Bros), res 477 Haight 
Hills S M, carpenter and architect, 111 

Jessie, res 842 Clay 
Hills « Twing, (C E Hills and F 8 

Twing), butter and eggs, 1146 Mar- 
ket, Bay City Market 
Hillsinger Mis3 E J, milliner, 1624 Polk 



HILLMAN JOHN R, 



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Hiliyer & Altenburg, (M E Hillyer an d 
F Altenburg, fancy goods, 51 

Hillyer Mrs M E, (Hillyer & Altenburg), 
res 511 Hayes 

Hilp Henry, (Wolters Bros & Co), res 230 
Kearny 

HILPISCH JACOB, proprietor 
Our Jacob's saloon, 2 and 4 Leides- 
dorft 

Hilsz Frederick, bakery, 2441 California 

Hilton Mis3 Gertrude, manager Califor- 
nia teachers agency, 209 Grant ave, 
res 610 Haight 

HLLZINGER G, manufacturer and 
dealer in boots and shoes, boots and 
shoes made to order and repairing 
neatly done, 314 Fourth, res same 

Himmelmann -George, (Himraelmann & 
Heinz), res 1823 Union 

Himmelmann & Heinz, (Geo Himmel- 
mann and Jacob Heinz), propri- 
etors Spring Valley Market, 1827 
Union 

Himmelstoss George, bakery, 1043 Va- 
lencia 

Hinck Henry J, groceries, 829 Polk 

Hinck Louis, (Hinck & Neunfeldt), res 
1007 Lyon 

Hinck & Neunfeldt, (Louis Hinck and 
Albert Neunfeldt), wood and coal 
10 7 Lyon 

Hinckley Daniel B, (Hinckley, Spiers 
and Hayes), res Fruit Vale 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, (Daniel B 
Hinckley, James 8piers and Daniel 
E Hayes), Fulton iron works, 220 
Fremont 
HIND MAN JAMES, house and 
sign painter, 324 Larkin, res 9J5 
Ho want 
HINDS EDW B, manufacturer 
Hill's patent inside sliding blinds 
and screens, 330 Pine, room 15 
Hiuger Fred, saloon, SE cor Post and 
Central are 

HINK & ALMAS, (P H Hink 
and D Alinas>, saloon, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Washington 

Hink Martin, grocer, 2201 Larkin 

Hink P H, (Hink & Almast, res E side 
Baker bet Beach and Jefferson 

Hinkel Geo W, carpenter, 1902 Devisa 
dero 

Hlnkle J M, manager National Surgical 
Institute, 319 Bush, res 1020 Ade- 
line Oakland 

Hiukley Chas, manager Pacific Carriage 
Co, 'A0 Sutter, res 110 Taylor 

Hlnkley Oliver, superintendent Pacific 
Carrtuge Co, 11 Powell, res 110 
Taylor 



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Hinman Loui 

Polk 
Hinrichs A, saloon, 2 Union 
Hinrichs August, (Hinrichs & Haesloop), 

res 95 l Kirkham, Oakl.ii.' 
Hinrichs & Haesloop, (August Hinrichs 

and Chris Haesloop), saloon, SW cor 

Washington and Drumm 
Hinsberg Chas, manufacturers agent, 

3£0Pine, room 67, res 327 Larkin 
Hinsdale Geo S, agent Coasting Packets, 

22 California, res Lick House 
Hintmann Henry, saloon, SW cor Polk 

and Union 
Hinton William M, (William M Hinton 

Hi Co), res 647 Folsom 
Hinton William MJr, (William M Hinton 

& Co), res 613 Folsom 

HINTON WM M & CO, (Wn 

M & Wm M Hinton Jr), job printers, 
536 Clay 

Hintz & Buck, (J J Hintz and J Buck), 
proprietors Harmony Hotel, 135 
Brannan 

Hintz I, tailor, 338 Bush 

Hintz. 1 J, (Hintz & Buck), res 1055 How- 
ard 

Hintz Otto, (William Ratzeburg & Co), 
res 1113 Howard 

Hinz A C, (Hinz & Landt), res 1221 
Golden Gate ave 

Hinz A F, (Hinz & Plagemann) 

Hinz & Landt, (A C Hinz and Paul 
Landt), wholesale millinery 543 
Market 

Hinz & Plagemann, (A F Hinz and Wm 
Plagemann), proprietors Yolo Flour 
Mills, NE cor Mission and Main 

HINZ WM, (Haker k. Hinz), res 679 
Sixth, Oakland 

Hippmann Rudolph, (Hippmann & 
Schussler), res 19 Prospect place 

Hippmann & Schussler, (Rudolph 
Hippmann and Adolph Schussler) 
fruits, etc, 20-21-22 California Mar 
ket 

Hird C J, (Dittmar k Hird), res 2409 
Howard 

Hirsh Alphonse, (Hirsb, Kihu fc Co), 
res 1409 Mason 

Hir6ch Bros,(Joseph Hirsh and Leopold 
Hirsch), clothing and rjeut.-/ fur- 
nishing goods, 204 and 225H Mont- 
gomery ave 

Hirsch Ferd, carpenter, iGi N.ioma, res 
2 Willow 

Hirsch Isidore, watches and jewelery, 
54G Fourth 

Hirsch Isidore, watchmaker, 419 LnBt, 
res 565 Stevenson 

Hirsch Joseph, (Hirsch Bros), res 20S 
Montgomery ave 



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HIRSCH, KAKN & CO, (Al- 

phonse Hirsch and Geo H Kaon), 
opticians, mathematical engineer- 
ing and electrical instruments, 333 
Kearny 

Hirsch Leopold, (W Cohen & Co), res 
1911 Bush 

Hirsch Leopold, (Hirsch Bros), res 205 
Montgomery ave 

Hirschfeld Da vfd, (Hirschfeld k Jacoby) 
res cor Railroad ave and Bay, Ala- 
meda 



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HIRSCHFELD & JACOBY. 

(David Hirschfeld and Franz Ja- 
coby), general agents Prussian Na- 
tional Ins Co, 323 California 

Hirschfeld J H, jeweler, 510 Kearny, res 
1724 Sutter 

Hirschfelder Joseph O, physician, 429 
Geary 

HIRSCHLER BROS & CO, 

(Ed Hirschler, Henry Hirschler and 
D Hirschler), importers and deal- 
ers in wines and liquors, 216 San- 
soine 

Hirschler D, (Hirschler Bros k Co), res 
1012 Van Ness ave 

Hirschler Ed, (Hirschler Bros & Co), res 
1012 Tan Ness ave 

Hirschler Henry, (Hirschler Bros k Co), 
res Manheira, Europe 

Hirschman Adolph, jewelry, 113 Sutter 

Hirsinger Emile, barber, 1159 Folsom 

Hirstel N A, cigars and tobacco, 213 
Montgomery, res 1921 Webster 

Hischier Baptist, saloon, NE cor Clay 
and Drumm 

Hislop Robert C, furniture, 314 Hayes 

HISTORICAL PUBLISH- 
ING CO, (G P Woodward man 
ager, office 120 Sutter, rooms 68-69 

HISTORY CO (The), N J Stone 

manager, 721 Market 
HITCHCOCK D W, general 

agent Union Pacific Railway, 1 

Montgomery, res Palace Hotel' 
Hitte Mrs Mary, varieties, 306 Fifth 
Hittell T H, attorney at law, room 23, 

628 Montgomery, res 808 Turk 
Hixson H B, iH B Hixson <s Co), res 

Market bet Taylor and Jones 
Hixson H B & Co, (H B Hixson and A 

Menke), poultry and game, 48-49 

Washington Market 
Hixson H B & Co, (H B Hixson and R 

Tiddey), poultry, 19 Bay Citv Mar- 
ket 
Hjul H H, (Noreager k Hjul), res 63* 

Central Place 
Hoadley C W, (W J Upham & Co), res 

Bush and Lyon 



HOA6 L B, M D, physician and 
gynecologist, office hours 12 to 4 and 
6 to 7 p if, 32 Sixth 
Hoag Wm M, capitalist, 302 Montgom- 
ery, res 801 Leavenworth 
Hoagland Wm C, architect, 432 Mont- 
gomery 
Ho .r Jno, meat market, 1409 Folsom 
Hobart W S, capitalist, 224 California, 

res 629 Sutter 
Hobbert H T, stationer, 218 Third, res 

13 Hampton Place 
Hobbs Clarence, painter, 531 Grove 
Hobbs F. grain broker, 218 California 
Hobbs J K C, (Hobbs, Wall k Co), res 37 

Hill 
HOBBS, WALL & CO, (JKC 
and J G Wall), box manufacturers, 
dealers in lumber and agents steam- 
er Crescent City, 314 to 324 Spear 
Hobbs W S, attorney at law, 502 Mont- 
gomery, res 1220 Folsom 
Hoben Miss E M, phrenologist and clair- 
voyant, 1021 J$ Mirket 
HOBLITSEL H S, special agent 
Hartford Fire Ins Co, 313 California, 
res 314 Bush 
HOBRO W D, plumber and gas 
fitter, 728 Washington, res 2613 Clay 
Hobron T H, 401 California, res 173 Thir- 
teenth, Oakland 
Hobson J B, (Hobson k Ralston), re 

Iowa Hill, Placer Co 
Hobson J E, (Moore, Ferguson & Co), 

2131 Sacramento 
HOBSON & RALSTON, (J B 
Hobson and W C Ralston), proprie- 
tors Mining and Industrial Advo 
cate, 240 Montgomery 
Hoburg Frank T, attorney at law, 324 

Pine, room 12, res 1110 Powell 
Hochkofier Rudolph, mdse broker and 
Au6tro-Hungarian consul,203 Front, 
res 1825 Sacramento 
Hochschulz F k Co, (F Hochschulz), 

wagon makers, 1331 Mission 
Hochstadter Edgar, (Lowenthal, Living- 
ston k Co), res 1626 Page 
Hochstadter W S, (W S Hochstadter k 

Co), res 1626 Gearv 
Hochstadter W S k Co, (W S Hochstad- 
ter), furniture, 224 Sutter 
Hocking W J, (Wight k Hocking), res 

1614 Polk 
HODDE "WM F H, manufacturer 

and dealer in cigars, 920 Battery 
HODGDON A P, contractor and 
carpenter, Sixteenth, bet Valencia 
and Mason, res same 
HODGDON W H A, physician, 

327' Geary, res same 
HODGE R, cloaks and suits, 8-10- 
12-14 Fifth, res Windsor Hotel 



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HOEBEL JACOB, (Sievers « 
Hoebel), res 8 5X Howard 

Hoeckele Louis, grocer. 8E cor Leaven- 
wo/th and Lddy, res 526 Franklin 

Hoeffer George F, attorney at law. 636 
Kearny 

Hoefler L M, attorney, 327 Pine 

Hoeft John, saloon, 818 Clay 

Hueges Jacob, restaurant, 325-341 Bush 

Hoegmann Julius, (Hoegmann & Ras- 
chen), res 558 Eighteenth 

Hoegmann & Raschen, (Julius Hoeg- 
mann and Fred Raschen), saloon, 
NE cor Eighteenth and Valencia 

Hoebseher August, (August Hoelscher 
& Co), res 302 Turk 

Hoelscher August & Co, (R Lorentzfc 
A Hoelscher) 
105 Second 



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Hoffman Isaac, (Hoffman Bros & Co), 
res 437 Golden Gate ave 

Hoffmann Louis, butcher, Mission Mar- 
ket, res 24 Lapidge 

Hoffman Robert, laundry, 311 8utter, 
res 219 Seventeenth 

Hoffman S, cigus and tobacco, SE cor 
Bush and Kearny. 8E cor Fourth 
and Market and SW cor Sacramento 
and Montgomery 

Hoffman S, (Hoffman & Hanlin), res 437 
Golden Gate ave 

Hoffman S, cigars, 1065 Market 

Hoffman Sander, (Hoffman & Davis), res 
308 Fulton 

Hoffman Victor Jr, draughtsman 62'J 
Kearny, res 24 South Park 
liquors wholesale, 'Hoffman W F, New Atlantic Hotel, 207 
Montgomery ave 



Hoelscher E, (Wm Hoelscher & Co), res Hoffman William, show case manufac- *J 
19 Beale «■»,,. -ca \ turer, 532 California, res Alameda I M 

Hoelscher Wm & Co, (E Hoelscher, Ed- Hff ^ A M physician, 1422: E' 

mond Schnutenhaus, Louis Pock- 



witz), wholesale liquors, NW cor 

Turk and Taylor 
Hoertkorn Chas, boots and shoes, 543 

Washington, res 1116 Montgomery 
Hoever C, painter. 636 Commercial 
Hoey John, upholsterer, 718 Mission, 

res 334 Ellis 
Hoffman A B, agent, 216 Kearny 
Hoffman Aug, (Hildebrand & Hoffman), 

res 1420 Filbert 
Hoffman Bros & Co, (Charles and Isaac 

Hoffman), manufacturers boys and 

mens' clothing. 2-4 Battery 
Hoffman Charles, i Hoffman Bros & Co), 

re* 437 Golden Gate ave 
Hoffman Chas, (G Hoffman & Co), res 

919 Union 
Hoffman D. fancy goods, 1204 Market 

HOFFMAN DANIEL E, P"* 

prietor Immediate Delivery and 
Transfer Co, 3 Post, res 412 Taylor 

Hoffman k Davis, (Sander Hoffman 
and Phillip Davis), cigars and tobac- 
co. 501 Montgomery 

Hoffman E, merchandise broker, 218 
Sacramento, res Oakland 

Hoffman F, cigars and tobacco, 785 
Market, res 308 Folsom 

HOFFMAN G & CO, (Gottlieb 
Hoffman and Charles Horfinani, en- 
gravers, die sinkers and stencil cut- 
tern, tii 8 Sacramento 

Hoffman George H, banjo teacher and 
maker, 504 Leavenworth 

Hoffman Gottlieb, (G Hoffman &Co), res 
1616 Mason 

Hoffman k Hanlin, iS Hoffman and M 
Hanlin), saloon, '.'46 Third 

Hoffman H F \V, collector, 26 Montgom- 
res 434 Bartlett 



Folsom I <1 

HOFFMANN CHARLES F. 3 

mining engineer office, 30 1 San- hj 

Borne, res 827 Polk Jq 

Hoffmann Charles S, wood carver, 308 

Mission, res 1921 Jessie ! Eft 

Hoffmann Edward, (inner, roofer, plum-! ^ 

ber Btoves and tinware 1214 Siock- O 

ton. res 2615 Railroad ave, Alameda ^ 
Hoffmann W Jr, (A Dufour & Co), res! 

167 * Silver ! K* 

Hoffmann William, carpenter 1600 ^ 

Powell I M 

Hofman F (Jastram & Hofman), res 7 ^ 

Parrott place ' . 

Hofmann Adolf, (Hofmann Bros), res »_« 

Alameda If 

Hofmann Bros. (Adolf Hofmann). ore 

crushers, SW cor Fifth and Bryant £» 

and California Sheep Casing Co, res ^ 

1703 Geary »*- 

Hofmann Isaac L (Hofmann k Woenne), ., 

and California Sheep Casings Co, F^ 

res 1703 Geary 

HOFMANN J A, t>ook. and *ta. g 

tionerv, 208 Montgomery, res 1219 l-J 

Bush, bet Hyde and Larkin 1^1 

Hofmann John, bakery. 505 Bryant O 

Hofmann M, restaurant, 204 Fourth, re* £* 

264 H Tehama td 

HOFMANN & WOENNE. pi©- &J 

prietors Montgomery Market, b.o ^ 

Market r - 

Hoffmever N, (Schmidt & Hoffmeyer). £* 

res '~9 56 Sixteenth 3 

Hoffschneider William. (J Winterbu: :. £J 

& Co), res East Oakland i 

Hoffstetter B, physician 325 Geary M 

Hofleng Frederick, Je weler, 8 T i.iul *-J 



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^ and M Hogan), coopers, 53 Clay and rell »""v*** 



36 Commercial 
ffi | Hogan Dennis, wood and coal, 504 Jones 
w n s 117 Williams 

^J Hogan Dennis J, saloon, 1111 Howard 
^/j res 5 Harrison a\ T e 
-v Hogan Edward, grocer, 604 Natoma 
JJ i Hogan H H, manager Standard Soap Co, 
C res Oakland 

■■ Hogan Mrs Jobn, insurance broker, 
O I Commercial Insurance Co of Cali- 
fe£J foinia, res SE cor Sixth and Bryant 
Xj ,Hogau John A, (Hogan & Co), res 224 
Twelfth 
IHogan M, (Hogan & Co), res 508 Post 
iHogan M D, saloon, 106 Fifth, res 911% 

Mission 
Hogan Michael, fish, Grand Central 
Market, res 1'63 Harrison 
5 Hogan Michael, groceries, cor Fell and 
Webster 
Hogan Palsey, saloon, 12 Ellis, res 1% 

Mint ave 
Hoge C H, lodgings, 530 Third 
Hoge C J, attorney at law, 628 Mont- 
gomery, room 5, res 2021 Geary 
Hoge J P, attorney at law, president S 
F Law Library, 618 Montgomery, 
room 5 res £021 Geary 



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Holiday Mrs Margaret, fruit, 1719 Mar- 
ket, res 2131 Market 

Holiness Association, proprietors Pa- 
cific Herald of Holiness, 607 Califor- 
nia 

Holje Jobn B, saloon, Railroad ave and 
Falkland 

Holje M, glue works, office 116 Front, 
factory S San Francisco 

Holjes John H. (Jobn H Holjes & Co), 
res 1002 Harrison 

Holjes John H & Co, (John H Holjes and 
John Jachens, saloon, 398 Sixth 

Holl George, boots and shoes, S005 Mis- 
si n, res 103 Twenty-sixth 

Holladay C R, attorney at law, 606 Mont- 
gomery, 

HOLLADAY E B, (Holladay & 
Holladay), ies NE tot Clay and Oc- 
tavia, Holladay Heights 

HOLLADAY & HOLLA- 

DikX, (S W Holladay and E B 
Holladay), attorneys at law, 636 
Clay, loom 3 
HOLLADAY S W, (Holladay & 
Holladay), res NE cor day and Oc 
tavia, Holladay Heights 



Hoger Heiman(Huntemann & Hoger)J„^\ lan £ D ame1 ,' tailor > « 6 Howard 
res 1921 Union Holland Edward, tailor, 204 Post 

OC HOGG JAMES, manager Sperry 
IjJ |-_ & Co, resist Alice, Oakland 



Kogref Fred (Kahrs & Hogref), res 
Taylor 



HOLLAND J L, stenographer and 
official reporter Superi r Court, de- 
partment 8, room 56, Nevada Block, 
res 1613 Scott 



Hobenihal Gus, laces, fancy goods, etc, S°]} an 4 John ' grocer, 737 Brannan 

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> jHohlweg Fred, druggist, NE cor Polk 
^ and Jackson, res 2110 Polk 

ff . Hohn John, saloon, 310 Dupont 
\lj Hohweisher C, (Chas Ed Heise & Co\ res 
322 Oak 

HoLweisner Frederick, (George Marcus 
^ & Co), res 320 Oak 

— Holbrook Charles, (Holbrook, Merrill & 
fy Stetson), res 9.8 Bush 

f\ Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, (Charles 
**- I Holbrook, Chailes and John F Mer- 
(Jj J rill and James B S.etson), stoves, 
and tinware, «cor Market and Beale 
L. iHolcomb G W, teamster. 107 Davis 

Holcomb W A, grain broker, 302 Calif or- 
I™ I nia, res 522 Seventeenth 
III Holcomb W W, attorney at law, room 

I ! 29, £28 Montgomery 
-J Holden J H, cooper, 105 Clay 
I— Holden S E, (A W Norton & Co),) res 
iy. I Napa City 

U» Holden J P, commission merchant, 113 
^T Leidesdorff, res Alameda 



Holland Joseph, grocer, 4f 1 Folsom, res 
Twenty-third, near Alabama 

Holland Nathaniel, attorney at law, 606 
Clay, res 1414 Taylor 

Holliday I, cigars aid tobacco, 705 Mar- 
ket, res 313 Jessie 

Holling Dominic, barber, 336 Bush, res 
25 H Stockton 

Hollings N, (Sturken k Hollings), res 
Guerneville 

HolliDgsworth Thos C, cigars and to- 
bacco, 1519 Market 

Hollis A K, (Hollis & Booth), res 610 M 
Nineteenth 

HOLLIS & BOOTH, (A k 

and Samuel Booth), leal estate and 
insurance; printers and publishers 
Mission Journal, 2222 % .Mission 
Hollman Henry, grocer, 2805 Mission 
Hollmann Henry, grocer, cor Seven- 
teenth and Castro 
Hollman Mrs, saloon, 564 Mission 
Hollman Margaret, saloon, 51'4 Mission 
Holloway W E, res 2211 Pacific ave 



m Holder David, bootmaker, 118 Leides- Holm Christian, (Holm & Saxtorph), res 
/ dorff. res 116 Liedesdorff 630 Pnlk 



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Holm k Saxtorph), Christian Holm, 
and Henry Saxtorph), Baldwin 
House, 14-16 Ellis 

Holm Thos, grocer, cor Stockton and 
8n*ter. res 313 Stocktou 

HOLMES, BOOTH & HAY- 
DjEN, Waierbury, Coun. manu- 
facturers plated ware and lamps, 
Frank X Cicotte, 4t 6 Market 

Holmes Chas J, manager Palace dyeing 
works. 633 Market 

Holmes Chas S, (Renton, Holmes & Co), 
res 610 Shotwell 

Holmes D B, mdse broker, 116 Califor- 
nia, res 522 East Fifteenth, Oakland 

Holme3 E B, mining secretary, 4 Ne- 
vada Block, res Alameda 

Holmes Frank, (Holmes k McGregor), 
re3 8W cor Post and Lyon 

Holmes Frederick, <T W Jackson & Co), 
res 931 Vallejo 

Holmes G A. (Hammond & Holmes), res 
1313 California 

Holmes H E & Co, carriage manufrs, 
8 4 Howard 

Holme3 Howard C, civil engineer, 27 
Merchants' Exchange, res 616% 
Nineteenth 

HOLMES H T, President The H 
T Holmes Lime Co, res 1922 Pine 

HQLMES-THE H T 
HOLMES LIME CO, (H T 
Holmeo president, E K Hawkins, 
secretary and treasurer), dealers in 
lime, piaster and cement, 16 Mar- 
ket, works Santa Cruz 

Holmes Josephus, furniture, 312 Jack- 
son 

holmes & McGregor, 

(Frank Holmes and Jno McGiegor), 

groceries and liquors, SW cor Post 

and Lyons 
Holmes Mining Co, Chas E Elliott sec- 
retary, 79 Nevada Block 
Holmes Silas M, treasurer S F k Lake 

Co R R Co, 318 Pine, room 5, res 776 

Eleventh, Oakland 
Holmes S O, (Christian Schenck & Co), 

res 128 Louise, Oakland 
Holmes Walter G, attorney at law, 60G 

Montgomery, res Saucelito 
Holmes Walter H. special agent 

HOME AND PHCENIX 

INS COS, ~2l Sansome, res Ucci- 

dent.l Hotel 
Holmes W H, millinery, 1208 Market, 

re.-; 418 Golden Gate are 
Holselii R, fruits, 1102 Folsom 
Hoist Henry, (Miller k Co), res New 

Franklin House 
Hoist J D. grocer, 40 Tehama 
Hoist W, glass-stainer, 146 Valencia, res 

116 Guerrero 



Holstein R O, (Patten k Holstein), re* 
411% California, room 21 

Holt Mrs A, confectionery, 1209 Bush 

Holt A F, (Holt Bros), res Concord, N H 

Holt Benjamin, (Holt Bros), res Stockton! 

HOLT BROTHERS, (O H, Ben-! 
junin and A F Holt), hardwood,] 
lumber and wagou materials, 30-32 
Main 

Holt C H, (Holt Bros), res 1J55 Madison, 1 
Oakland 

Holt Mrs E, embroidery stamper, 1029 
Howard 

Holt S W, carpenter, 625 California, res 
419 Hyde 

Holt Tho3 M, restaurant, 510 Market, 
res 13 Suiter 

Holt Wairen, map publisher, 512 Mont- 
gomery, res Abbotsf ord House 

Holtermann John J, butcher, Kentucky 
bet Sierra and Nevada 

Holtmeier Henry, grocer, 828 Filbert, 
res SE cor Filbert and Taylor 

Holtutn & Andersen, (Chris Holtum and 
John Andersen), native wines, 613 
Montgomery and 409 Sausome 

Holtum Fred, saloon, 507 Clay, res 1312 
Brodeiick 

Home Accident Association, Wm H 
Qutnn president, J O Cad man secy 
and manager. 204 Montgomery 

HOME BENEFIT LIFE AS- 
SOCIATION, FC Havens prea, 
W I Morgan, set-y, 2r4 Montgomery 

Home Corlee and Lunch Rooms, Mrs| 
Kate S Hart proprietress, 509 Mont-j 
gomery 

HOME INS CO OF N Y, Arthur 
E ..iagill general agent, 221 Sansome 

Home Library Assoc'n. publishers and 
booksellers, R B Swayne, manager, 
room ion St Ann's Bid g) 6 Eddy 

HOME MUTUAL aINS CO 

J F Hougbton pres, Cuas R Storyj 
secy, 216 Sansome 

Home of the Inebiiates, Dr J G Jewell 
manager, cor Sticktm and Chestuuti 

HOME SECURITY BUILD- 
ING AND LOAN ASSO-l 
CIATION, Chas K Clark secy.j 
411 California 

HOMESTEAD LOAN ASSO- 
CIATION, of Berkeley, iir.ei 
Chas K Clark, secretary, 411 Cali- 
fornia 

HONERLAH CHRIS, interior 
decoration, upholstery and drapery, 
109 Larkin 

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor- 
poration, W H Harrie, age: 
California 

Honig M, furs, 1057 Market, rea 804 
Hayes 



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105 Battery, res 736 McAllister 

'Honolulu Regular Dispatch Line, J C 
Merrill & Co, agents, 204 California 

Hons Henry, (Luhrs & Hons), res NW 
cor Fell and Laguna 

Hood William, chief engineer S P Co, 
room 79, Fourth and Townsend 

Hook Mrs Anna N, millinery, 1227 
Market 

Hook A W, (Hook Bros), res 143 Grove 

Hook B F, furnishing goods, 1520 
Stockton 

Hook Bros, (J F Hook and A W Hook), 
stationers, 20 Sixth 

Hook James. (Dolan & Hook), res 2764 
Mission 

Hook J F, (Hook Bros), res 108 Chatta- 
nooga 

HOOKE GEO H, general broker, 

202 Market, res 2325 Pac ave 
Hooker C Osgood, (Truman, Isham k 

Hooker), res 917 Bush 
Hooker R C, stock broker, 336 Pine, res 

1311 Hyde 
Hoole S F, books and Stationery 122 

Fourth 
Hooper A A, (Hooper & Jennings), res 

557 Harrison 
Hooper Aaron, saloon, NE cor Front 

and Market 
Hooper C A, (A M Jewell k Co and C A 

Hooper k Co), res ABhbury bet 

Frederick and Waller 

HOOPER C A & CO, lumber, 

SE cor Fourth and Channel and 4 

California 
Hooper F P, (F P and J A Hooper), res 

557 Harrison 
Hooper F P and J A, San Pedro Lumber 

Co and Port Costa Lumber Co, 4 

California 
Hooper GW,(AM Jewell & Co and C A 

Hooper k Co), re? 557 Harrison 
Hooper J A, (F P and J A Hooper), res 

San Mateo Co 
Hooper k Jennings, (George Jennings 

and A A Hooper), wholesale grocers, 

323-325 Market 
Hooper's South End Grain Warehouse, 

Geo H Lemman proprietor, north- 
side Townsend bet First and Second 
Hoopes Harry, saloon, Bay and seawall 
Hoover J C, (G F Roberta & Co), res 

Pill Bush 
HOOWE T, The Opera Saloon, T 

W Eckert, manager, 334 Bush, res 

116 Grant ave 
Hopkins E W, capitalist, 329 Pine, res 

cor Laguna and California 
Hopkins F V, physician, 25-'4 California 



Hopkins Geo W, livery Btable, wood 

and coal, 1925 Bush, res 1900 Bu- 
chanan 
HOPKINS MOSES, capitalist, 

329 Pine, res Redwood City 
Hopkinson Mrs D, lodging-house, 30 

Kearny 
Hoppe A, (Hoppe k Sachs), res 1614 

Polk 
Hoppe John C, (Brigham. Hoppe k Co\ 

res 1424 Eighth, Oakland 
Hoppe Joseph, tailor, 637 Pacific, res 

413 % Green 
HOPPE REINHOLD, cutler 

and surgical instrument maker, 115 

First, ies Fruitvale, Highland Park, 
HOPPE & SACHS, (A Hoppe 

and F G Sachs), Bay City Stables, 

1715 Sacramento 
HOPPER S E, California Glass- 

bending and Cutting Works, 39 Jj 

Fremont, res 807 Treat ave 
Hopps Chas, (Hopps k Sons), res 406 

Geary 
Hopps Chas E, (Hopps k Sons), res 1029 

McAllister 
Hopps Frank W, (Hopps & Sons), res 

1653 Twelfth, West Oakland 
Hopps Geo H, (Hopps k Sons), res 1719 

Webster 
Hopps k Sons, (Charles, Charles E, Geo 

H and Frank W Hopps), sign paint- 
ers, 429 Pine 
Horan Mrs Mary, saloon, 208 Drumm 
Horan Mrs Mary, saloon, 451 First 
Horan M S, attorney at law, 629 Kearny, 

res 2200 Devisadero 
Horgan Timothy, dairy produce, Grand 

Central Market, res 1234 Eddy 
Horigan Daniel, boot maker, SE cor 

Eighteenth and Castro 
Horlor J E, furniture and upholstery, 

2013 Fillmore 
Horn Barney, (Horn k Chapman), res 

cor Florida and Mariposa 
Horn C, saloon, 629 Davis 
Horn & Chapman, (C E Chapman and 

Barney Horn), wholesale butchers, 

504 Kearny 
HORN & CO, (T L Horn and B H 

Pendelton), importers and jobbers 

in cigars and tobacco, 8 Battery 
Horn T L, (Horn & Co), res Tubb's Hotel, 

Oakland 
Horn Freeman C, fruits, 32 Mission 

Market, res 2007 Mission 
Horn J, (Grat & Horn), res 157 Eleventh 
Horn J H, butcher, 55 Center Market, 

res 601 Taylor 
Horn John, livery stable, 1620 Laguna 
Horn John P, confectioners supplies, 19 

Drumm, res 1231 Mission 
Horn Martin, stationery, 1726 Eddy 



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Horn R G, stoCk broker, 337 Pine 
Hornberg A P, tailor, 427 Bush, res 505 

Bush 
Hornblower F A, Judge of Police Court 

of S F, office 331 Montgomery and 

511 California, res NW cor Eight- 
eenth and Guerrero 
Hornbrook John, grocer, 1701 Howard, 

res 1713 Howard 
HORNE JACOB, proprietor 

First-Btreet House, 64-66 First 
Home W J, trusses, 702 Market, rooms 

4 and 5 
Hornung C F , butcher, 6 Mission Market 

res Church, bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 
Horrigan John, wood and coal, 423 

Sixth 
Horron Michael, wood and coal, 312 

Golden Gate ave, res 41 Fulton 
Horseshoe Bar Consolidated Mining 

Company, D M Kent secretary, 330 

Pine, room 18 
Horstmann Henry, capitalist, 321 Mont- 
gomery, res 2232 Howard 
Horstmann Henry, proprietor Precita 

Valley House SW cor Thirtieth and 

Mission 
Horstmann John, bi-carb soda, 767-775 

Bryant, res 709 Mason 
Horstmeyer & Thiele, (Wm Horstmeyer 

and R Thiele), carpenters, 37 Annie 
Horstmeyer Wm, (Horstmeyer & Thiele), 

res 816 Jessie 
Hortelou Mrs Annie, bakery and coffee 

saloon, 1201 K Folsom 
Horton T R, (Martin & Horton), res 1002 

Pine 
HOSFORD WM, groceries, 326 

Austin 
Hosmer H B, agent for Whartenby & 

Whitney, 612 Clay, res 29 Potter 
HOSMER J A, attorney at law, 

402 Montgomery, rooms 16-17, res 

2517 Sutter 
Hosoi T, carpenter, 614 California 
Hospital for children, Mrs I F Merrill 

secretary, 221 Thirteenth 
Ho88 John, saloon, NW cor Sutter and 

Kearny, res 622 Hayes 
Hotaling A P, (A P Hotaling & Co), res 

1610 Howard 
HOTALING A P & CO, (A P 

Hotaling), importers winen and li< i 

\iors, 439-437 Jackson 
HOTEL DES ALPES, Paul 

Bl tnc proprietor, 621 Pacilic 
Hotel de France, Einile Kissling, pro 

prietor, 618 California 

HOTEL GAZETTE AND 
DAILY RAILWAY AD- 
VERTISER, Win P Harrison 
propr, 420 Kearny 



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Hotel Rhein, Marx Kuhl 
909 Kearny 

HOTTUA & HANSEN, (Nich- 
olas Hottua and Andreas Hansen),, 
carriage and wagon makers, 715 Fol- 
som 

Hottua Nicholas, (Hottua & Hansen), res 
2714 Bush 

Hough Howard If, (Lynde & Hough), 
res 6 Metcalfe place 

Hough Jas F, agent The Gutta Percha 
and rubber manufacturing Co, res 
1920 Union 

Hough Jas J, groceries, 1901 Fillmore 

Hough John, saloon, 5 Mason 

HOUGHTON J F, president 
Home Mutual Insurance Co, 216 
Sansome, res Palace Hotel 

Houghton R E, (Stetson & Houghton), 
res 900 Van Ness ave 

Houghton S C, attorney at law and 
Master in Chancery, room 57 Ap- 
praisers' Building, res 103 Mont- 
gomery 

House of Correction, San Jose road near 
Industrial School 

Houseworth F A, secretary California 
Safe Deposit and Trust Co, 326 
Montgomery, res 1216 Ellis 

Houston Hugh, saloon, 217 Valencia 

Houston R T, tailor, 324 Grant ave 

Houston W J, (W J Houston & Co), res 
2232 Broadway 

Houston W J & Co, ( W J Houston), com- 
mission merchants, 16 Front 

Hovenden Frank, (Pickett & Hovenden), 
res 503 Folsom 

HOVENDEN THOS, real estate 
and insurance broker, t>9 Sutter, res 
203 Turk 

Hovey C L, manager Wheeler k Wilson 
manufacturing Co, res Silver State 
House 

HOVEY F A, contracting painter, 
79 Ninth, res same 

Hovey Geo D, painter, 841 Valencia 

Hovey S D, stock and bond broker, 330 
Pine, room 4. res 1118 Hvde 

Howard A F Mrs, nurse, 1720 Stockton 

Howard Chas Greenwich, attorney at 
law, 509 Kearny, res 1304 Webster, 
Oakland 

HOWARD CHARLES 
WEBB, president and manager 
Sprin-g Valley Water Works, res 212o 
Buchanan 

Howard C S, drayman, 720 Sacramento, 
res 2521 California 

I Howard Insurance Co, Jacobs & Eanton, 
agents, 423 California 

(HOWARD JOHN L, assistant 
manager Oregon Improvement Co, 
48 Market, res 919 Linden, Oakland 



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P=l HOWARD JOHN M, mattress 

p= maker and upholsterer, b80 Clemen 

£+ j Una., res same 

j/3 Howard Mrs Julia, dressmaker, 621 

yiason 
Kl 'Howard Kate I, physician, 1228 Market 
jS res 334 O'Farrell 

g HOWARD MRS M A, (Mrs 
P* i M A Howard), res Alameda 

plHOWARD MRS M A, (Mrs 
p(i I M A Howard aud Miss I E Connors). 
g milliners, 4 Third 
Fv Howard Mrs L P, lodgings, 9C6 Market 
Rh Howard N P, paper hanger, 4o8 Jessie 
O Howard Presbyterian Church, 719-729 
£>f ' Mission 

(Howard Mrs Rebecca, physician, 324 
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PJ POT, M Marks proprietor, dealer 

■§2j| in bottles, rags, sacks, metals, etc, 
866-868 Howard 

— HOWARD ST EATING 

CO HOUSE, Ernst Moelier proprie- 

tor, till Howard 
Howard St M E Church, 636-638 Howard 
Howard St Presbyterian Church, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Howard Win H, capitalist, 523 Mont- 
gomery, res San Mateo 
Howe A, bootmaker, 41 Sacramento 
L«.jHowe A S, labratory assistant U S Geo 
*, | logical Survey, res 1001 Powell 
V»!Howe J M, photographer, 6 Eddy, room 
^| 104, res 5;;8 Valencia 
^iHoWcll H W, boots and shoes, 1808 Polk 
(Howell J W, manager United States Life 
Insurance Co, 235 Kearny 
CO Howell L, bakery, 246 Ellis 

HOWES JABEZ, (Union Mutual 
Lite Ins Co), 3^9-333 Pine, res 251-1 
Pine 

HHowse H L, oil stoves and kitchen ware, 
14 Montgomery ave, res 1016 Union 

Hoyt A A, (Proctor, Hovt & Co), res 14 
Eddy 

Hoyt C D, (Morrison, Hutchinson & Co), 
801 Leavenworth 

Hoyt Geo E, (Burton £ Hoyt), 720 Cali- 
fornia 

Hoyt John G, (C A Edsbn & Co), res 133c 
Filbert, Oakland 

Hromada A, (Schroder, Albrecht & Co), 
re3 cor Eighth and Peralta, West 
Oakland 

OHuant Mme M, dressmaker, 741 Sev- 
enteenth 
^ HUBBARD MRS E H, la 
TT dies' hairdresser and hair goods, 

O 923 Market, res 733 Minna 

O Hubbard Moses P, (California Cigar Box 
Co), res 219 Broderick 






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Hubbard W O, (Moss & Hubbard), res 
107 O'Farrell 

Hubbert Walter K, broom manufactur- 
er, 1922 Howard 

Huber Adolph, (Huber Bros), res 620 
Eush 

Huber Albert, bakery. 1306 Polk 

Huber Alfred, (Wm Scheppler & Co), res 
22 Stockton 

HUBER BROS, (Otto F Huber 
and Adolph Huber), proprietors 
Germania Hall, 620 Bush and Ar- 
mory Exchange Saloon, NW cor Polk 
and Grove 

Huber Charles, barber, 2007 Polk, res 
117 Germania 

HUBER & CO, <Chas Huber an d 

Louis Huber), liquors, 333 Bush 
Huber Frank, (Day, Huber & Craker), 

res 2.3 Fifteenth 
Huber Fred, proprietor Orion House, 

13-15 Pase 
Huber G, cigars and tobacco, 33 Sixth, 

res 8 iO Webster, Oakland 
Huber Louis, (Huber & Co), res 22 

Stockton Place 
Huber O F. (Huber Bros), res 630 Bush 

HUBERT CHARLES, chief 
deputy city treasurer, res 2417 
Sutler 

HUBERT CONCENTRA 

TOR CO, Hall McAllister, presi- 
dent; Marc Levingston secretary, 
930 Montgomery 

HUBERT JOS, (Hubert Concen- 
trator Co), 2iD Mon gimery 

HUCKS J GEORGE, proprie- 
tor, New tfork Gallery, 25 Third, rea 
2139 Mission 

Huddart J M, cooperage, 206 Front, res 
1668 Webster,' Oakland 

Huddleston H & Co, (H Huddles'on and 
I B Owens), groceries, 1419 Polk, 322 
Front and 104 Second 

Huddleston H, (H Huddleston & Co), 
res 633 Eddy 

Huddy \V, dancing academy, 909)6 
Market 

Huddys Hall. 909)5 Market 

HUDNALL W D, cloakmaker, 

215 Eddy 
Hudson Mrs", clothing, 1077 Market 

HUDSON GEORGE, attorney 
at law, room 87, 6i8 Montgomery, 
res 226 Fifth 

Hudson H C, (Hudson & Sheldon), res 
227 Chestnut 

Hudson Miss M, dresmaker, 319 O'Far- 
rell 

Hudson & Sheldon, (H C Hudson and 
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Huguenin J C, watches and jewelry, U^ 
700 Market, res 8 Kearny | ;• 

Hull H N, (Hull & McDonough), res 14 fJJ 
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Hull H W, (H W Hull k Co), res 1327 fj 

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HUETERTbROS & CO, (E I; 

hSSSs San Francisco Pioneer 
Varnish Works, SW cor Market and 

HUETER ERNEST L, (Hueter 

B7ot& Co), res 2312 Howard 
Huettmann Julius, Huettmann s Hotel, tlaj 

cor Market. Polk and t-ell \HULtL, t± 



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HUFF GEORGE R, cigars and 

tobacco, 424 Folsoin, res same 
Huff J J, restaurant, 100 McAllister 
HUFF PHILIP, saloon, 525 San- 
some, res cor Washington and San- 
some 
Huff & Robinson (W B Huff and E R 
Robinson), real estate, 2033 Fill- 
more 
Huff W B, (Huff & Robinson) res 2224 

Pine 
Hufschmidt Frederick, furniture, 653- 

655 Market, res 823 Post 
Hufschmidt Henry (Louis Hufschmidt 

& Bro), res 623 Golden Gate ave 
Hufschmidt Louis, (Louis Hufschmidt 

& Bro), res 988 Wood, Oakland 
Hufschmidt Louis & Bro, (Louis Huf- 
schmidt and Henry Hufschmidt), 
plumbers, 637 Clay « 

Hug Charles A, manager John D 
Spreckel3 & Bros, res 1525 Sutter 

Huggins J C, agent Fort Bragg Red- 
wood Co. 42 Market, res 656 Four- 
teenth, Oakland 

HUGHES E C, book and job 
printer, engraving and lithograph- 
ing, 511 Sinsome, res 1321 Clay 

Hughe3 & Foley (John Hughes and M 
Foley), bakery, 118 Seventh and 63 
Fourth 

HUGHES H & CO, (Hugh Hughes 
and John Q Adams), co.il and metal 
brokers, 123 California, room 17 

Hughes Hugh (H Hughes & Co), res 1305 
Alice, Oakland 

Hughes J A, physician, 54 Oak 

Hughes J C, stenogiapber. 411 Cali- 
fornia 

Hughes John (Hughes & Foley), res 507 
Webster 

Hughes John J, butcher, 209 Second 

Hughes J W, lodging house, 503 Folsom 

Hughes Renzi. propr St David's Hou^e. 
715 Howard 

Hughes Walt m G, capitalist, 330 Pine, 
room 18, res Los Angeles 

Hughes Wm, barber, 204 Front, res 3 
Saltna place 



and H J Stetson), real estate and Q 

general brokers, 622 Market \*» 

HULL & McDONOUGH, (H;C 

^ Hull and J G McDonough) , iner- ^Q 



chant tailors, 28 Geary 
Hull William, saloon, 38 Seventh 
HULL WM C, wood engraver, 
527 Sacramento, res 570 Twenty- 
fourth, Oakland 

Hulme & Hart. (James P Hulme and 
Jackson Hart), wool, grain and com- 
mission merchants, 10 Davis 

Hulme James P, (Hulme & Hart), res 
1435 Golden Gate ave 

Hulse, Bradford & Co, (D A Hulse and 
Wallace Bradford), upholestery 
goods, 18 Second 

Hulse D A, (Hulse, Bradford & Co), res 
903 Guerrero 

HULSMANN FRED, wloon, 
cor Fourth and Kiug, res 512 Twen- 
iy-sixth 

Hultberg Miss S, lodgings, 12 Sacra- 
mento 

Hultiog F B, druggist, NW cor Third 
and Howard 

Humboldt Bay and Eel River Railroad 
Company, John A Paxton president, 
John Crockett secretary, Stock Ex- 
change Building 

Humboldt Hlli Mill and Mining Com- 
pany, 419 California 

Humboldt Hotel, Simon Schleweck pro- 
prietor, 231-233 Fifteenth 

Humboldt House, Renner Bros pro- 
prietors, 1309 Stockton 

HUMBOLDT LUMBER 
MILL COMPANY, * Cor- 
bel president, E L Cutien secretary, 
dealers in Redwood lumber and 
shingles, pier 4 Steuart 

Humboldt Mining Company. Wm H 
Watson secretary, 302 Montgomery 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society, 
Adolph C Weber president. 1 rnst 
Brand secretary, 18 Uearj 



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Humboldt Wharf Warehouses, (Haslett 

& Baily), 321 Spear 
Humbrecht Nicholas, florist. 4 J* Sixth 

res 9 Elgin Park 

SHume George W, commission merchant 
iOo Front, res Piedmont 
Hume RD,[B D Hume & Co), res Occi- 
dental Hotel 
(J HUME R D & CO, (R D Hume 
^ and Jay Deming), salmon packers 

and commission merchants. 405 
Front 

HUI Ha > i h/' r6al e8tate ' 6 ° 5 Cl8y * res 17 
J_ Hummel George, dry goods, 105 Fifth, 
-^ res 107 Fifth 

, .1 U F M 1 5^ EL JOHN, saloon, 427 
III Fourth, res same 

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HUMMITSCH & BREITH 

(A F Hummitsch and H DBreith) 
merchandise brokers and commis- 
sion merchants, 123 California 

Humphrey George, collector, 631 Mer- 
chant 

Humphrey James, grocer, 516^ Geary 

Humphrey J G, (Sylvester & Humphrey) 
res 126 Rose y * 

Humphreys J T, assistant city attorney, 
new City Hall Wt 

HUMPHRYS W T, janitor Viti- 
cultural Commission, 204 Montgom- 
ery, res 1523 Mason 

Hund F J^ physician, 762 J$ Folsom 

Hund J B, saloon, 823 Market, res 472 
Jessie 

Hund O H, physiciah, 716 Howard 

l?*?,,? 1 } ' ( Wo °druff & Co), 1053 
McAllister 

Hunke John, saloon, 518 First 

HUNT A B, attorney at law, 504 
Kearny, res East Oakland 

Hunt D A, (Vaupel & Hunt), res 2247)* 
Mission 

HUNT D D, apothecary and dealer 
in drugs, chemicals, medicines, per- 
fumery and toilet goods, etc 301 
xiith 

HU Larkin (E J ^^ & ^ r68 1419 

HUNT E J & CO, (E J Hunt), Art 
Depot, 1416 Polk 

Hunt Geo H, (Geo H Hunt & Co), 209 
Sansome 

Hunt Geo H & Co, (Geo H Hunt & Co), 
coal and insurance brokers, 209 San- 
some 

Hunt H B, (Moore, Hunt & Co), res 1715 



Hunt John jr, superior judge, depart- 
ment 5, New City Hall 
gPPtMkB M»ry, notions. 229)* Hayes 
HUNT SIMON, wines, liquors and 
tt JS?S r .S; ^i^euart. res 322 Ritch 

HUNTEMANN CHRIS, (C 
t» V?™™ 1 ^ 11 & Co), res 1617 Dupont 
HUNTEMANN CHRIS & 

CO, (Henry Wellmann and Chris 
Huntemann), wines and liquors 801 
Kearny ' 

Huntemann Deidrich, (Huntemann k 
Hoger), res 1617 Dupont 

Huntemann & Hoger, (H Hoger and D 
Huntemann), butchers, 1408 Stock- 
ton 

Hunter B, furniture. 1518 Polk 

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Hunter David, president Odd Fellows' 

Savings Bank, res 724 Post 
lunter G, (Yates & Hunter), res 1934 fe 

Bush 
Hunter James, ganger. 323 Front, res 

Alameda 
Hunter Mrs Jean, bakery, 209 Leaven- 
worth 
Hunter John, saloon, 212 Townsend 
Hunter .Nathaniel, secretary and execu- 
tive officer Society for prevention 
of cruelty to children, 604 Mer- 
chant, res 20 Bond 
Hunter Robert P, saloon, 410 Fifth 
Hunter S C, agent Johnson & Higgina 

315 California, res 923 Hyde 
Huntington C P, (Huntington, Hopkins 
m & Co), res New York 
HUNTINGTON ELMER C, 
patternmaker, 230 Fremont, res 430 
Twenty-third 
HUNTINGTON F A, mining 
machinery, 45 Fremont, res cot! 
trilw e m^ d Jefferson. Oakland 

HU fe N ^ G c T 9 1 S' HOPKINS 

<K tO. (C P Huntington, N Y 
Charles Miller, N Y, Albert Galla- 
tin. Sacramento and W R S Foye) 
importers hardware, iron, steel and 
coal, junction Bush, Market and 
Front 
Hupman Arthur, artist, 6 Eddv, room 

63. res 207 Eddy 
Hurd N H, attorney at law, 328 Mont- 
„-- gopery, room 23, res 501 Post 
HURDIS SAMUEL, ship, house 
and sign painter, vessels' cabins a 
specialty, glazing, guilding, grain- 
ing and marbling, hardwood cabins 
varnished or polished, 4 Folsom 
res 308 Beale 



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Hurley J T, grocer, SE cor Grove and 

Buchanan, res "Webster bet Hayes 

andFe 1 
Hurrell Wm, Hay ward's Express, 28 

Market, res Haywards 
Hurrell W, proprietor Haywards' Ex 

press, res Haywards 
Hurst Daniel, (Hurst & Dore), res 2211 

Mission 
Hurst & Dore, (Daniel Hurst and Ed 

ward Dore), furniture and carpets, 

2211 Mission 
Hurst James, livery stable, 38 Sixth, res 

108 Seventh 
HURTMANN GEORGE, 

paints, oils and wall paper, decora 

ting and paper hanging, 503 Haight 

res same 
Hurtzig Wm F, druggist, 110 Third, 

res 720 % Folsom 
Husing F, (Straub & Husing), res 339 

Hayes 
Husing R, (Schwartz & Husing), 22 

Mission 

Husing R, (Schwartz, Husing and Mey- 
er), res cor Eighteenth and MisBion 
Hussey A C, carpenter, Washington, opp 

Plaza, res Ninteenth, near Guerrero 
Hnssey Charles, carpenter, 734 Howard, 

res 738 Howard 
Hussey Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 734 

Howard 
Hussey Michael, saloon, 3 Morton, res 

211 Prospect Place 
HUSSON LEON, lanndry, 7 

Larkin, res same 
Husson Paul, president French Savings 

& Loan Society, res 931 Golden Gate 

ave 

HUSTED F M, (Husted k Ivers), 

attorney at law, 606 Montgomery, 

room 22, res cor Grant and Bristol, 

Berkeley 
HUSTED & IVERS, (F M Husted 

and O A Ivers), attorneys at law 606 

Montgomery, room 22 
Hustedt H, (Husted & Hartmann), res 

NE cor Stockton and Pacific 
Hustedt & Hartmann, (H Hustedt and 

John Hartmann), saloon, NE cor 

Stockton and Pacific 
Hutaff Henry, saloon, junction Mont- 
gomery ave and Montgomery 
HUTCHINS C B, physician office 

aud res 617 Bush 
Hutchins E P, mining engineer, 330 

Pine, room 20 
Hutchinson Andrew, bootmaker, 19 

Seventh, res 7 Seventh 
Hutchinson Mrs C L, (Hutchinson 4 

Mann), res 2900 California 
Hutchinson D, photographer, 28 Third, 

res 726 Union 



Hutchirson E I, attorney at law 419 Ca- 
lifornia, res 1601 Washington 

HUTCHINSON H L, (Fair- 
banks & Hutchinson), 517-519 Mar- 
ket 

HUTCHINSON JOSEPH, at- 
torney at law, C03 Commercial, res 
110 Liberty 

HUTCHINSON, KOHL, 
PHILLIPPEUS & CO! 
(Havward M Hutchinson, William 
Kohl, Alexander Phillippeus, Louis 
Sloss, Lewis Gerstle, Mrs Louisa 
Greenewald, Mark Livingston, Gus- 
tavo Ni/ebaum and August W T asser- 
mann), shipping merchants and 
wholesale fur dealers, 310 Sansome 

HUTCHINSON & MANN, 

Mrs C L Hutchinson, John Scott 
Wilson and Henry R Mann), Gener- 
al Insurance agents, 322-324 Califor- 
nia 
Huth Balthazar, restaurant, 921 Kearny 

HUTTER JOHN, merchant tail 
or, 239 O'Farrell, res same 

Hutton H "W, attorney at law, 606 Mont- 
gomery 

Huwe "William, saloon, 21 Beale, res 
410 fc Fell 

Hyams Ed, (Hyams, Pauson & Co), res 
309 Powell 

Hyams, Pauson & Co, (Ed and Wm Hy 
ams and Frank Pauson), manufac 
turers clothing, 119 Sansome 

Hyams Sol, printer, 429 Montgomery 

Hyams Wm, (Hyams, Pauson & Co), res 
New York 

Hyatt Mrs T J, artist, 612 Montgomery, 
res 1122 Powell 

Hyde F A, attorney at law, 630 Com- 
mercial, res 1301 Octavia 

Hyde Geo, attorney at law, 640 Market, 
res 719 Geary 

HYDE HENRY C, attorney at 
law, 411 J$ California, room 15, res 
San Rafael 

Hyde M D, attorney at law, 630 Com- 
mercial, res 119 Tenth, Oakland 

HYDROGRAPHIC OF- 
FICE. U S Branch. Lieut J B 
Milton, USN, in charge, Merchants' 
Exchange 

Hyland Henry J, real estate, 40 Nevada 
Block, res cor Coso ave and Aztec 

Hyland J B, trunk manufacturer, NW 
cor 8utter and Montgomery 

Hyland M J, borseshoer, 4 Spring, res 
626 Minna 

Hyman Bros, (Henry W and H Hyman), 
general mdse, 206 Front 

Hyman Bros, mfrs agents, 326 Pine 



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Hyman Henry W, (Hyman Bros), 1946 

California 
Hyman Hyman, (Hyman Bros), res 826 

Bush 
Hyman J, (Hyman & Shaen), res 1329 

Howard 
Hyman Joseph, barber, 703 Mission, res 

410 Js Natoma 
Hyman L, barber, 1 Spear, res 730 Fol- 

som 
Hyman M, (M Hyman & Co), res 906 

O'Farrell 
Hyman M & Co, (M Hyman, AGoodkind 

and S Stiner), wholesale clothing, 

120 Sansome 
Hyman N J, jewelry, 307 Kearny, res 

628 Eddy 
Hyman & Shaen, (J Hyman and A 

Shaen), barbers, 403 Pine 
Hyman W Hyman, (Hyman Bros), res 

826 Bush 
Hyman Wolf, jeweler, 16 Kearny, res 

508 Franklin 
Hynard A P, boarding stable, cor Potter 

and West Mission 
HyneB A T, painter, 1804 Larkin 
Hynes John, bootmaker, 523 Laguna 
Hynes Michael, saloon, 27 Natoma 



Iaccheri G, (Iaccheri & Bacigalupi), res 
2008 Powell 

Iaccheri k Bacigalupi, (G Iaccheri and 
G Bacigalupi), undertakers and em- 
bal -uers, 627 Broadway 

ICKELHEIMER SAMUEL 
& BRO, (S and H Ickelheimei ), 
plumbing and gasfitting, 426 Geary, 
res 1309 uctavia 

IDENTICAL (THE), Charles F 
Steinkamp & Co, proprietors, SE 
cor B ittery and Sacramento 

IGLEHART T N, dentist, 215 
Kearny, res 124 Fourteenth 

Ig03tino J D, fruits and vegetables stall 
20 San Francisco market, res 1107 
Kearny 

ILS JOHN G, French cooking ran- 
ges, 814 816 Kearny, res 1216 Jones 

Imaizuny H, (Fuma & Imaizuny), res 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, cor Fifth and 
Mission 

Imelli Max, saloon, 1053 Market 

Imgarten William, groceries, 1315 Mis- 
sion 

Imbau3 Emile Jr, (Imhsus & Triebel), 
res 1419 Hayes 

IMHAUS & TRIEBEL, (Emile 
J Imhaus and Louis Triebel), 
hardware, 403 Hayes 



Imhorst Ferdinand, patent graduating 
touch, SE cor Market and Four- 
teenth 

IMMIGRATION ASSOCIA- 
TION of CALIFORNIA, C 
H Street secretary, office 10 Cali- 
fornia 

Immigration Commissioners for Ore- 
gon and "Washington Territory, office 
506 Battery 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
AND TRANSFER CO, 

D E Hoffman proprietor, H Post 
Immel A J B, (Heckman & Immel), res 
987 Willow, West Oakland 

IMPERIAL FLRE INS CO, 

of London, Geo L> Dornin manager, 

215 Sansome, Conrad & Maxwell, 

city agents, 421 California 
Imperial Italian Blacking Company, 

Leon De Nola manager. 46 Twelfth 
Improved Order of Red Men Societies, 

Hall 320 Post 
Independence Mining Co, J W Pew 

secretary, 310 Pine 
Independent Automatic Portable Gas Co 

Edward Webb, general manager, 

J C Susenbeth, secretary, room 113 

Phelan Building 
Independent Hotel, C H Peterson & Co, 

proprietors, 521 East 
Independent Order of Red Men's Hall, 

Henry Beck janitor, 510 Bush 
Indianapolis Chair Manufacturing Co, 

Charles Helwig, president, John W 

Ellstun, secretary, 818-820 Mission 
Indianapolis Furniture Co, (C Wolpert 

and J Schwerdt), furniture, 750 Mis- 
sion 
Indianapolis Manufacturing Co, Geo 

Stazzle, president, Chris Schrieber, 

treasurer, furniture manufacturers, 

642-614 Mission 
Indian Springs D M & Co, Louis H 

Sharp, secretary. 320 Sansome 

INDICATOR SALOON, H H 

Kocii, proprietor, 15-17 Liedesdorff 

Indig I, artist, 126 Kearny 

Ingalsbe Miss M E, (Martin & Ingalsbe), 
re3 NW cor Taylor and Broadway 

INGELL BEN, proprietor The 
Side-Board Saloon, 1709 Market, 
res 229 Oak 

Ingersoll George S, proprietor Union 
Warehouse, NW cor Union and Bat- 
tery, res Alameda 

Ingerson Charles, carpenter and build- 
er, 30 New Montgomery 

Inglewood House, S H Morse, propri- 
etor, 126 Fifth 

INGLENOOK VINEYARD. 

(Napa Co) white and red wines, 111 
Front 



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This institution has been recently incorporated as a College, 
and C. C. Stratton, D. D., elected President. 

Seminary Course 
This remains substantially the same, but with added facilities. 
Diplomas will be given completive of the Seminary Course as before. 

College Curriculum 

This is substantially the same as that of Wellesby College, 
Mass. Pupils may choose either the Classical or Belles Lettres 
Course, and the Degrees will be conferred accordingly. 

Speeial Facilities for musie 

These are excellent — only the best of teachers are employed. 
The instruction in both Vocal and Instrumental Music is based 
upon the best European methods. Twenty-four pianos give ample 
opportunity for practice. 

modern languages 

Most excellent facilities are furnished for the successful study 
of the Modern Languages. These are given free of charge in the 
College Course. As in all other studies, the aim is to have only 
the best Teachers, and secure the best results. 

Iioeation and Buildings 

The location is remarkable for its healthfulness as well as for 
its beauty. The one hundred acres of yard give ample room for 
outdoor exercise. Removed from the noise, excitement and 
temptations of town life, the pupils have the quiet so necessary to 
comfort as well as the highest success in study. The buildings are 
finely adapted to their purpose. A home-like atmosphere pervades 
the whole. 

Character of the Institution 

The founders, Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Mills, sought to secure the 
highest morals as well as intellectual culture. It is eminently a 
Chirstian »School, but not Sectarian. 

Simple Dress 

The aim is to have the school life a happy home life, free from 
ostentation — hence it is especially desired that the dress be simple 
and warm, suitable for outdoor exercise and good, earnest work. 

Expenses 

The year is divided into two terms of twenty weeks each. 
Board, furnished room, tuition in all of the branches of the regu- 
lar course, per term, $165. 

For circulars giving particulars address President C.C. Stratton, 
D. D., or Mrs. C. T. Mills, Mills Seminary P. O., Alameda Co. The 
railroad station is Seminary Park, on the C. P. R. R.. Nil. 
San Lea ndro road, five miles from Oakland. 
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In ,, ic T a retracting freight agentilrvlne Bros, (A Irvine, J 3 Irvine and 
InLl i S .P L^reSt line, 4 New mS»«-| ^j^fc^jjj-k* " 21 *«* 

Irvine J C, engraving, 339 Kearny. re8 



ASP fast freight 

ingrlTwTlliainE, saloon, 800 Montgo- 

mery, res 210 Drumm 
Inguglia A. fish. 38-88 San Francisco 

Market, res 19 Guerrero 
Inruan Win M. glove manufacturer, 31 

Third 
INSELMANN H I C, fruit and 

grocer, res 435 Third 

as A Mitchell, general agent, 3] 
California 

PHILADELPHIA, Brown 
Craig K Co, geneial agents, 42y 
California - „ 

Internalional Mining Co of Mexico 
(The), 328 Montgomery 

International Furniture Workers Hall, 
cor Julia and Mission 

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 

T M Edwards propi, 824-826 Kearnj 
International Immigrant Union of Cal, 

W H Martin manager. 401 California 
INTERNATIONAL LAW 

ASS'N, Banneimanx Lanan, les- 

ident managers. 330 Pine, room 17 
International Marine Insurance Co. 

(limited), 319 California 
Inventors' Institute of Pacific Coast, 

Abner Doble president, D Gom- 

pertz secretary, 10") Stockton 
lone Coal and Iron Co (The), S T Gage 

president, B Green secretary, cor 

Fourth and Town=end 

I O O E BUILDING, sw cor 

Seventh ami .Market 

I O O F OFFICIAL ORGAN, 

(New Age), ^ F NoTOfO— , proprie- 
tor. 420 Kearny 
Iowa Mining Co, 408 California, room 2 
Iredale Chas W, (Manders & Iredale), 

res 1155 Folsoin 
Irelan &Sewell,( Win Ire Ian and Thomas 

Sewell), plumbers and gasntters, 

334 * Sutter 
Irelan Wm Jr, State Mineralogist office, 

new Pioneer Hall, res 1619 Post 
IRELAND WM, cashier Com 

menial Union Assurance Co, 210 
some, res Highland Park, Oak 
! land 
In 1 iml Wm, mdse broker, 121 Cahf<<r 

mu 
Irish John P. editor Daily Alta Cali 

foruia, res 14M8 Adeline, Oakland 
Irvine Alex, (Irvine Bios), res 690 

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2249 Market 
Irvine Jarriit C, Mission expres», 524 

Valencia 
Irvine J S, (Irvine Bros), res 1129 Bush 
Irvine W H, (Irvine Bios), res 531 Mont- 
gomery ave 
Irving Hall, Robert F Pratt proprietor, 

139 Post I 

Irving H P, attorney at law : 628 Mont- -q 

gornerv, rooms 82-83 ^ 

Irving Institute for Young Ladies, Rev < 

Edward B Church principal, 1030 ZJ5 

Valencia I ' 

Irving & Neustadt, (Albert Neustadt and ^ 

Samuel Irving), gents' furnishing **^ 

goods, 219 Montgomery 
Irving Samuel (Irving & Neustadt), res ..- 

418 Jones W 

Irving William, wood and coal, 529 Stev-. 

euson mg» 

Irwin E 6, mining, 52 Merchant s Ex- /\ 

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824^826 Kearny Irwin H D, insurance « r £ k , e i,^, tb -PI 

SOUTHERN CALIFOR-TJ 

NIA INS CO, 105 California, _ | 

res Berkeley 
Irwin Lieut Col Bernard J D, assistant 

medical purveyor, 36 New Mont- rjQ 

gomery, res Occid ntal Hotel * 

IRWIN SAMUEL M, painting. -* 

whitening and general jobbing, . 

181)4 Jessie, res same «w 

Isaac Albert, clothing and furnishing J^ 

goods, 823 Kearny, res 435 Green 
Isaac Himan, tailor, - .:39 Third r— 

Isaac Lew, merchant tailor, 205 Second, « 
Isaac Maurice, tailor, 689 California j 
Isaac Sol, real estate agent, 442 Coli- Q* 

fornia, res 2024 Mission Z-. 

Isaacs Mrs Annie, bakery. 3452 Fifth : JJ 
Isaacs B, metal sign maker, SE cor Sac- *~\ 

rnrnento and Battery ^T 

Isaacs Hanis, bootmaker, 1734 Fourth, £} 

res 22 Buss m 

Isaacs Julius, agent North American At- 1 1 

tornevs* and Tradesmen's Protect- JJ 
ive Union, 409 California, res New 
York "' 

Isaacs S. practical furrier, 1435 Market 
Isaacs Simuel, t.ilor. 502^ Third 
Isaacs Samuel, tailor, 515 Fourth 
Isaacs Wm B, railway supplies, 2v8 

Market, res 14'. 8 lost 
Isaacson Jacob, druggist, SVS cor Lar- 

kin and Geary 
[sham Alfred li, (Truman. Isham & 

Hooker i. res Am Kafael 
Israel Charles, cigars and tobacco, 1-V 
Blxtti, res 10 Moss 



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publishers, New York and Chicago 
Adam F Gunn agent, office 329 San- 
some 
I X I. BITTERS, Dr W Henley 
proprietor, 23 Montgomery ave 

IXL ELASTIC TRUSS CO, 

A A McLean manager, 646 Market 
Ixora Hall, 737 Mission 



H ISRAEL M, (Kraker & Israel), res Ives WrQj butcher, 1304 Steiner, res 515 

W 1815 Clay Franklin 

PS Israel Mrs Sarah, fruits, etc, 711 Larkinj j VISON, BLAKEMAN, 

& ISRAEL SIMON, clothing, boots-; TAYLOR & CO, school book 

ra i shoes, hats, trunks, valises and 
gents' furnishing goods and butch- 
ers' oil pants, 614 Fourth, res same 
Israelsky J, commission and insurance 
broker, 528-530 Sansome, res 332 
Hayes 
Isson R, jeweler and watchmaker, 203 
Pacific, res 207 Pacific 

ijj ilsthmus House, YV J Baily propr, 51 

<J First 

O Italian Musical Institute of San Fran-: 

cisco, D Speranza propr, 104 Kearny; ■ 

3 ITALIAN RESTAURANT, 

"3* B Perata & Co proprs, 105 Pacific 

Jitalian-Swiss Agricultural Colony, A 
o Sbarboro secretary, office 307 San- 

+f some 

« Italo-Pacific Coast Trade Ass'n, H Casa- 
nova president, 506 Battery 
53 Ithaca Consolidated Gold and Silver 
^ Mill and Mining Co, Vfm Granger 

<J secretary, room 1—116 Phelan Build- 

Pi ing 

Italian Consul, Francisco Lamberten- 
T*j | ghi, 506 Battery 






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Itjen R C, saloon, SYV cor Sixth and 
Howard 

Ivancovich J & Co, (John Ivancovich, 
Peter L Yucanovich and Geo Be- 
lenez), fruit, 500 Washington and 
603 Sansome 

Ivancovich John, (J Ivancovich & Co), 
res 1615 Van Ness ave 

Ivemeyer Henry, saloon, SW cor Com- 
mercial and Battery, res 428 Broad- 
wav 

IVERS O A, (Husted & Ivers), res 
Los Angeles 

Ivers Richard, Vice-president State in- 
vestment and Insurance Co, 220 San- 
some, res 1325 Leavenworth 

Iversen C, (Hansen & Iverson), res 38 
Natoma 

IVERSEN & JENSEN, (Niels 
Iversen and Carl Jensen), commis- 
sion and purchasing agents and 
dealers in lumber, posls and tan- 
bark, 18 Market, room 4 

Iversen Niels, (Iversen & Jensen), res 
1G25 McAllister 

IVERSEN PETER, Union 
Square saloon, 417 Post, res 4 Sher- 
ry place 

Iversen G W, (Roberts & Iversen), res 
148 Silver 

Ives Mrs Chas W, milliner, 332 Sutter 

Ives George I, broker, 402jMontgomery, 
res Union Club 



JACCARD AUGUST, repair- 
er of all kinds of musical instru- 
ments, 120 Sutter, room 71 
Jablonski Albert, painting, 824 Folsom 
Jachens John (John H Holjes & Co), res 

398 Sixth 
Jacks Ernest, (Jacks & Kilkaid), res 205 

Sixth 
Jacks Henry, cigars and tobacco, 254 

Third 
Jacks & Kilkaid, (Ernest Jacks and Wil- 
liam Kilkaid), restaurant, 205 Sixth 
JACKS ROBERT, cigars and 
tobacco, cor Market and Hayes, res 
6 Hayes 
Jackson A, carpenter and builder 30 New 

Montgomery- 
Jackson Alexander, boarding-house, 
816 M Sansome 

JACKSON BYRON, agricultu- 
ral machinery, Sixth and Bluxome, 
res 929 Golden Gate ave 

Jackson Chas H, attorney at law, 426 
California, res 517 Mason 

Jackson D B, ticket agent Pacific Coast 
Steamship Co, 214 Montgomery, res 
618 Filbert 

Jackson Frank D, collector, 419 Califor- 
nia, res 1417 Devisadero 

Jackson E, tailor, 611 California, res 
1509 California 

Jackson J, vestmaker, 113 Leidesdorff, 
room 2 

Jackson Mrs Jane, bakery, Illinois S S F 

Jackson J G, president Caspar Lumber 
Co, office 48 Market, res 911 Sutter 

JACKSON J P, president The 
Wasp Publishing Co, 538 California, 
res 720 Sutter 

Jackson Mining Co, C N Shaw, president, 
123 California 

Jackson P H, artificial stone, 231 First 

Jackson R F, (R F Jackson & Co), res 1417 
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JATK^ON R F & CO, (R| Jacobs Julius, (Jacobs & Easton and 
Nugent and [B F Jackson), commis- manager Germania Life Ins Coi. 

sion grain and stock brokers, 328 res 2420 Webster 
Mntonmprv Jacobs Lee, (Gattmann, Jacobs & Co),i 

j., t Vri!W»hPll iewelry 614 Market, res 1374 Tenth, Oakland 

res lK irkin 'l Jacobs M, furniture, 1038 Folsom 

Tarkson Stephen proprietor London 1 Jacobs Marks, tailor, 508 Valencia 

T« Stow. M ThFrd% 1*4 Third I Jacobs Morris, tailor, 153 Seventh ! 

Jackson T W, (T W Jackson & Co), res j Jacobs Myer, attorney at law, 31 o Cili-j 
Saucelito 

Jackson T W & Co, 



fornia, i-es 305 Van Ness ave 
(T W Jackson and Jacobs Samuel, secretary Germania LitV 



Frederick Holmes), commission 
merchants, 104 Market and 3 Cali- 
fornia 



Ins Co, 423 California, res 118 Grand; 
ave 
Jacobs Solomon, furniture, 947 Folso:u| 



JACOBS MRS H & CO, (Har 
riet Jacobs), ladies' and children's 
underwear, 22 Sixth, res 1035 Mis- 
sion 

Jacobs Isaac, (Doyle, Jacobs & Leibold), 
res 2314 Pine 

Jacobs Isadore, (A Lusk & Co), res G19 
Golden Gate ave 

Jacobs J, boys' and vouths' clothing, 
202 Bush, res 1508 Folsom 

Jacobs James A, (Latchford & Co) 

Jacobs Joseph, manfr cigars, 405 Front, 
res 722 Hayes 



Sixth, res 



Jacob Bros, (Harry Jacob), tailors, 1220|Jacobs S fc Son, (Solomon Jacobs and 

Market, res 37 Russ Charles S Jacobs), dry goods, 408 

Jacob Beth! groceries, 71 Natoma ? ea ^, n y . -, , . t , 

Jacobi F (Lachman & Jacobit, res l320;Jacobs Solomon, (S Jacobs A: Son., res 

gutter 305 Van Ness ave 

Jacobi J J, (Lachman & Jacobi), res 1320; Jacobs S L, (Jacobs & Co), res GlOjSutter 

Sutter 
Jacobs Abraham, pawnbroker, 613 Paci- 
fic, res 1121 Powell 
Jacobs Mrs Annie, bakery, 955 Howard 
Jacobs B, boots and shoes, 512 Kearny, 

res 1008 Clay 
JACOBS B F, Publisher Herald 

of Trade, 415 Market, res NW cor 

Howard and Twenty-fourth 
Jacobs Charles. (Chas Jacobs k Co), res 

2401 "Webster 
Jacobs Charles, cigar manufacturer, 616 

Merchant, res 2756 Bush 
Jacobs Charles 4 Co, (Charles Jacobs and 

I Herzberg), cigar manufacturers, 

420 Front 
Jacobs k Co, (S L Jacobs), ladies' and 

children's wear, 222 Kearny 
Jacobs Chas S, (S Jacobs k Son), res 305 

Van Ness ave 
Jacobs k Easton, (Julius Jacobs and Geo 

Easton), general insurance agents, 

423 California 
Jacobs Mrs F, clothing. 335^ Third 
Jacobs Henry, (A Lusk & Co), res 619 

Golden Gate ave 
Jacobs Mrs Harriet, iMrs H Jacobs k 

Co), res 1305 Mission 



Jacobsen Jas, coffee parlor 

467 Stevenson 
Jacobsen Rudolph, groceries, NE corj 

Filbert and Mason, res 4 Scotland j 
Jacobson Charles, merchant tailor, 119] 

Third 
Jacobson & Pohlman, (J Jacobson and' 

L Pohlman), birds, cages, shells, 

etc, 1220 Market 
Jacobson S, cigars and tobacco, 3 Mar 

ket 
JACOBUS JULIAN E, clerk; 

Wm Willis, 29 Nevada Block, resj 

517 Twentieth, Oakland 
Jacoby Bros, wholesale boots and shoes, I 

25-27 Second 
Jacoby Franz, (Hirschfeld & Jacoby), 

res 318 Golden Gate ave 
Jacoby 1 N, (Jacobv Bros), res 904 

O'Farrell 
Jacoby J H, cigars and tobacco, 21 

Kearny, res 726 Vallejo 
Jacoby Philo, Editor The Hebrew, res 

612 Commercial 
Jacques I F, carpenter, 114 Montgomery 

ave 
Jacquernet J, (Servel & Jacqueruet), res 

25 Fourth 
Jacques Octave, harnessmaker, 1885 

Mission 

JAEGER & BARRY, I f W 

Jaeger and J B Barry, real estate, 

bonne and insurance brokers, 1150 

Market 
Jaeger F W, < Jaeger k Barry), 214 J* 

Sixth 
Jaenicke Win, (Stange k Jeanleket, re? 

443 Golden Gat« 
Jateman Frank, fish, 910 Valencia 
JAGELS DICK. Mdoon, :j clay, 

res 22 Clay 
Jager George W. l>arber, cigars and 

tobacco, 215 Seventeenth 



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Jaggi John, tailor, 106 Liedesdorf 
Jahn A. iJahn & Son), res 712 Mission 
JAHN GEO F, toys and notions, 
drygoods, candy, etc, lo2 First, res 

Bame r. , „ u 

Jahn Herman Jr, (Jahn & Son), res 712 
Mission 

JAHN & SON, (A Jahn and Her- 
mann Jahn Jr), costuvners and man- 
ufacturers of theatrical goods and 
properties, boots, shoes and san- 
dals, 712 Mission 

Jameison C A, (Davis k Jamieson), res 
821 Jackson 

James F G, painter, 1605 Polk, res 1713 
Hyde 

James J G, wholesale butcher, 331 Kear- 
ny, res 2131 Howard 

James Miss M, dressmaker, 121 Post 

JAMES MISS M J, » a 8 ne ^ 
Healer, 841 Market, rooms 23-24, res 



same 
Jam*s N T, marine secretary Fireman s 

Fund Insurance Co, res 2505 Clay 
Jameson M, (Mann Sc Jameson), 5( 

"Washington 
JANCOVICH LUCO, oyster 

and coffee house, SW cor Davis and 

Clark, res 1525 Leavenworth 
JANIN & GILSON, thorns Janin 

and Livingston Gilson), mining en- 
gineers, 211 Sansome 
Janin Louis. (Janin k Gilson), 211 San- 
some, res 1355 Webster, Oakland 
Janke John, saloon, 244 Sutter 
Jansen Aleck, upholsterer, B9S-595 Mis 

sion, factory cor Nineteenth and 

Sbotwell 
Jansen E A, saloon, 116 Berry 
Jansen F, (Jansen k Thiele), res 917 Fill 

more 
Jansen Geo A F, saloon, NE cor First 

and Brannan, res Alameda 
Jansen Romberg, watchmaker, 320Kear 

nv, res 1521 Post 
Jansen & Thiele, <F Jansen and Jul 

Thiele), fine hats and caps, 118 Sixth 
JANSON C, sailor boarding house 

206 StiwarY, res 29 Dwight Way, 
Berkeley 
JANSSEN FRED C, proprietor 

German Hotel, lb First 
Jantzen Fred, crockery and glass, 641 

Kearnv and 717 Market, res 421 Cas- 
tro 
JAPANESE TREE IMPOR- 

ING CO, H E Amoore president, 

B L Goldman secretary, 120 Sutter, 

room 77 
Jaran Lewis, artist. 719 Market 



ARBOE, HARRISON & 

GOOD FELLOW, John R Jar 

boe, Ralph Harrison and W S Good- 

fellow), attorneys 230 Montgomery, 

rooms 4-10 
•Jarboe John R, (Jarboe, Harrison & 

Goodfellow), res 917 Pine 
Jaretzky Mandel, clothing, 911 Folsom 
JARDINE J B, proprietor, Atlas 

Iron Works, 211-213 Mission, res 

Berkeley 

Jarman Hugh G, painter, 232 Sixteenth 
Jarrett I E, attorney at law, 306 Pine, 

room 11, res 1500 Mason 
Jarvie Mrs A, notions, cor Fulton and 

Buchanan 
Jasper F, barber, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Church 
Jastram k Hofman, (F Jastram and F 

Hofman), saloon, SE cor California 

and Kearny, (basement) 
Jastram F, (Jastram & Hofman), res 

1109 Leavenworth 
JATHO THEODORE, grocer- 
ies and liquors, 1301 Kearny, res 

same 
Jaujou Eugene A, (E A Jaujou k Co), res 

1717 Mason 
Jaujou E A k Co, (Eugene A Jaujou and 

Leon Chassagne), syrups, cordials 

and liquors, 430-432 Jackson 
JAYNES FRANK, superin 

tendent W U Tel Company, 302 

Montgomery, res 2904 California 
Jaynes Frank, president Gold and Stock 

Telegraph Company of California, 

res 2904 California 
Jeannin E, Star Bamboo Works, 6H 

O'Farrell alley 
JEANNOT FRANCOIS, nur- 
sery and florist, 820 Eighteenth, res 

same 
Jeanson Oscar, (Overland Packing Com 

panv), res 1408 Hyde 
Jee A W, secretary Un Ion Pacific Salt 

Company, res Oakland 
Jefferis Mrs Sarah, dressmaker. 316 

Jones 
Jeffers M S, (H Rosenkrans & Co) 
Jefferson Assembly K of L, barbers, 320 

Post 
Jefferson Distilling Compan 



Mauch agent, 20 Montgomery 

JEFFERSON JOHN W, at- 
torney at law, 330 Pine, room 21, res 
Swiss" Hotel 

Jeffray Wrn, merchandise broker, room 
6, 204 California, res 509 O'Farrell 

Jeffries A A, cigars and tobacco, 1201 
Polk m 

Jellings William, saloon, NE cor Clay 
and Kearny, res 926 Sacramento 



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ttit T TcriV BF Wiisboe E xchangiJessup Andrew J, (Clapp & Jessup\ res _— , 
fefefn NE *; California and 1510 Leavenworth Ml 

KeSiy, res 527 U Geary JEWELL AM, (A M Jewell fc Co). J) 

<^i ot-n».» roa a->it Twenty-nrst, cor F -j-, 

M & CO, (A m -U 



Jenkins David, saloon, 204 Stenart 
Jenkins Harry, saloon, 709 Sacramento 
Jenkins J, cigars and tobacco, 529 East, 

res 11 Jackson 
Jenks Albert, artist, room 306 Phelan 

Building 
Jenks GeoH, physician, JB1 Geary 

JENNEY ELECTRIC CO, 

Chas K Lloyd agent, 2l5Sansome 

Jenney E S, dentist, 659 Clay 

JENNINGS C B, commission 
merchant and me.chandise broker, 
103 California, res 2199 Devisadero 

Jennings C M, attorney at law, 330 Pine, 
rooms 49-50, res Beresford House 

Jennings David A, mining secretary, 
401 California, res 1511 Washington 

Jennings F A, paiuter, 23 Fifth, res 1518 
Turk 

Jennings F R, boots and shoes, 714 Mis- 
sion 

Jennings George, (Hooper k Jennings), 
res 941 Fifteenth 

Jennings & Henley, (Joseph Jennings 
and M J Henley), general insurance 
agents, 317 California 

Jennings Joseph C, (Joseph C Jennings 
ft Co), res 708 Leavenworth 

Jennings Joseph C & Co, (Joseph C Jen- 
nings), general insurance agents, 
317 California 

Jennings J H, (Hooper & Jennings), 
president American Cracker Co, res 
1210 Sutter 

JENSEN CARL, (Iversen & Jen 
sen), res 1131 H Clay 

JENSEN HANS, (Jensen & Si- 
mouson), res 40 Natoma 

JENSEN JACOB, Insurance 
broker and sliipping and commis- 
sion, 2-4-6 Market, res 1818 Pacific 
ave, Alameda 

Jensen J W D, topographical draftsman 
Palmer & Storey, res 561 Stevenson 

Jensen N P, restauiant, 211 Grant ave, 
res 14 Stockton place 

JENSEN & SIMONSEN, (H 

Jensen and N Simousen), proprietor 
Little Mint Saloon, 530 Sacramento 
Jensen William, (Quinn & Jensen) 
1705 Sacramento 



JEWELL A . 

Jewell, C A Hooper and G W -^ 

Hooper), South Point planing mills, - 

Be try, near Fourth (/) 

Jewell T E, mining, 330 Pine, room 4, 

res Grand Hotel T| 

Jewell G, (Mierson & Jewell*, res 1712 _! 

Buchanan ' 

Jewett Sherman S& Co, Oscar S Levy, Q 

manager, stoves and ranges, 525-527 _. 

Market L- 

Jewish Progress (The), A Seeligsohn 71 

editor, 608 Sacramento m * 

Jewish Times, Samuel Eatz manager, _ 

509 Montgomery (J) 

Jicha John, gunmaker, 631 Washington; 
JILEK FRANK, proprietor] qq 



Bohemian Hotel, 543 Howard 

Joachimsen H L, Justice of Peace, 4 r, 2 
Montgomery, rooms 14 -15 res 60; 
Larkin 

JOANICOT B, ^aths, 738 Pacific 

Jobman Julius, saloon, wines and li- 
quors, NE cor Sixth and Mission, 
res 810 Mission 

JOBSON W G, proprietor Bun- 
Folding Bed Co, 603 Market, res 19 
Hill 

JOCHUMSEN MRS MAR- 
GARET, bakery and vaiieties, 
1001 Twentieth 

Jofre Miss A, dressmaker and milliner, 
611 Union 

Johannsen Fred, groceries, NW cor 
Sutter and Devisadero 

Johanson Gus, boarding-house 7 Com- 
mercial 

Johansen H, 420 California, room 13 

John E, (John & Zimmermann), res 1407 
Baker 

John Frank, restaurant, 551 First 

John L, (Lindemann & John), res 800| 
Sixth ^ 

John Wm, cigars and tobacco, 123 Grantj ff\ 
ave, res 817 Polk \jl 

John & Zimmerman, (E John and R|V/J 
Zimmerman), architects, room 81,1 
Phelan Building 
resiJohns Thos, groceries, NE cor Haight| 
and Octavia, res 124 Haigbt 



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.! EPHSON J O, printer, 739 Mar- Johns Wm, manager Sierra Butte Gold 
ket, res 11 Hampton place Mining Co (limited, of Loudon, 

Jesse & Drew, (G R Jesse and H M office :.20 Sansome, res A Lamed* 
Drew), stair builders, South Point Jobnsen A. butcher, 1645 Mission 
Mill, Berry bet Third and Fourth Johnseu Andrew, saloon, 2. Commer- 

Jesse G R. (Jesse & Drew), res 213 Pagel cial 

Jensen Paul, (Peterson & Co), res 1212'johnsen & Lange, (Olto Johnson and 
Ellis H Lange), restaurant, 2615 MlBsion 



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Johnsen Otto, (Johnsen & Lange), res 

2645 Mission 
Johnsen R E, (Christensen & Johnson)) 

res 140 Seventh 
•Johnson A F, coffee saloon, 1 > Jackson 
Johnson Alfred, restaurant, SE cor Pine 

and Montgomery 
JOHNSON ALFRED, saloon, 

617 Davis, res 9 Broadway 
Johnson Alfred, boot and shoe maker 

513 Bryant 
JOHNSON ALICE, saloon, 302 

Pacific 
Johnson Andrew, saloon, 214 Sfeuart 

JOHNSON & CARLSON, (Da 

via J Johnson and uustave H Carl 

son), basket manufrs, 39)$ Fremont 

Johnson C H, (J G Johnson & Son) 

JOHNSON CHAS, saloon, s 
cor Jackson and Drumm, res 10 
Washington 

Johnson Chas A, Bismarck House, 148 
Sixth 

JOHNSON CHAS, electrician 
1024 Market, res 1342 Market 

Johnson Christ, saloon, 127 Folsom 

Johnson D J, (Johnson & Carlson), res 
404 Harrison 

Johnson Frank, (Win T Coleman & Co), 
res 2020 Franklin 

Johnson H, dairy produce, 1045 Howard 

Johnson Harry, coffee and liquors, 325 
Drumm 

Johnson H, (Anker k Johnson), res 713 
Vallejo 

Johnson Henry, physician and surgeon, 
119 Stockton 

Johnson & Higgins, S C Hunter agent, 
insurance brokers, 315 California 

Johnson H P, bootmaker, 213 Austin 

Johnson Hugh, broom factory, 954 How- 
ard, res 11«5 Mission 

Johnson J. barber, 1 Fifth, res 8 Grove 



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Johnson J, real estate and loans, 425 Johnson W S, (Curti 
Montgomery, res 767 Alice, Oakland 

Johnson J, (Samson & Johnson), res 26 
Steuart 

Johnson Jacob C, (J C Johnson & Co), res 
1620 California 

Johnson James Jr, (McDonogh k John- 
son), res 1112 Powell 

Johnson Jas, carpenter 1908 Fillmore, 
res 2825 Clay 

Johnson J C & Co, (Jacob C Johnson and 
John M Johnson), harness and sad- 
dlery wholesale, 12-14 Pine 

Johnson Jeremiah, merchant tailor, 406 
Larkin 

Johnson J G, cigars and tobacco, 329 
East, res 10 "Washington 

Johnson J G, (J G Johnson & Son), res 
34 Oak Grove ave 



Johnson J G & Son, (J G Johnson and C 
H Johnson), wholesale butchers 
Honduras, South San Francisco 

Johnson J M, (Longley k Johnson), res 
404 Post 

Johnson John, shoemaker, 127)$ Second 

Johnson John, saloon, 6 Jackson 

Johnson John F, coffee saloon, 12 Clay 

Johnson Jno M, (J C Johnson & Co), 
res 1721 Jackson 

JOHNSON JOHN W, dentist 
303 Sixteenth, res 827 Nineteenth 

Johnson Joseph A, painter, 517 Califor- 
nia, res 1910 Mason 

Johnson J W, (P Saunier & Co) 

Johnson M, dairvman, office 35 Eddy 

JOHNSON MATHIAS, coffee 
saloon, 221 Kearny, res 1319 Mason 

Johnson M M, (Hegler, Johnson fc Co), 
res 1057 Seventh ave, Oakland 

JOHNSON OTTO, groceries, NE 
cor Broadway and Kearny, res 1005)$ 
Vallejo 

Johnson P, restaurant, 783 Market 

Jobnson P, groceries, 2598 Howard 

Johnson P A, saloon, 600 Fourth, res 5 
Freelon 

Johnson Peter, (Sanders k Johnson), 
res 2831 Folsom 

Johnson Robert J, fish, 93 California 
Market, res 522 Stockton 

JOHNSON ROGER, attorney at 
law, 330 Pine, room 21, res NE cor 
Filbert and Laguna 

Johnson Samuel, agent Smith-Davis 
Manufacturing Co of St Louis, 525 
Front, room 17, res 802 Jones 

Johnson Mrs Tenny, saloon, 106 Jack 
son 

Johnson W P, secretary and manager 
California Paper Co, office 320 San- 
some, room 3, res Oakland 

Johnson Wm R, (Rojas & Johnson), res 
Railroad ave 



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JOHNSTON & COMPANY 

( W R Johnston and R T Johnston), 

photograph copying, 850 Market. 

room 37 
Johnston Mrs E, bakery, 203 Second 
Johnston Miss E, dressmaker, 409)$ 

Twenty-second 
Johnston James, carpenter, 2825 Clay 
Johnston Mrs R, dressmaker, 1910 Polk 
JOHNSTON J P, (Bradley k 

Johnston), res 640 Clay 

JOHNSTON R H, (W H Book- 

staver & Co), res 203 First 
Johnston R T, (Johnston & Company), 

res 107 Grove 
JOHNSTON THOS W, secreta- 
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Johnston W D, physician and assayer, 

514 Kearny, res 3006 California 
Johnston W R, Johnston & Company), 

410 Mission, res 107 Grove 
Johnstone Wm S, (Feimer & Johnstone), 

res 1230 Valencia 
JOICE E V, notary public and 

commissioner of deeds, 6 Merchants 

Exchange, res 1918 Broadway 
Joiner John J, metal engraver, 9 Geary, 

res 220 Dorland 
iJonas Abraham, tailor, 772 Howard 
JONAS M & CO, (M Jonas), 

butchers, 1117 Mission, res 109 Ninth 
Jonas M G, assistant agent Associated 

Press, res 22 Russ 



Jonas Nathan & Co, (Nathan Jonas and 
W R Lowe), auctioneers and real es- 
tate brokers, 323 Kearny 

Jonas Nathan, (Nathan Jonas & Co), res 
22 Russ 

Jonassen J M, grocer, 417 Third 

Jones Cbas A, (McAlester & Jones), res 
817 Grove 



Jones H P, (Capt J C Jones, Bro & Co\ ^_ 
res 120 Sacramento kh 

Jones Hugh B, (Harris & Jones) q 

Jones James G, (Jones & Person), res *rj 
N W cor East Seventeenth and Twen- m 
tieth ave, Oakland p\ 

Jones J B, watchmakers' materials, 120 »>. 
Sutter, room 2, res 10 Monroe 

Jones Capt J C, (Capt J C Jones Bru „V. £-* 
Co), res 461 Pacific J-J 

JONES CAPT J C BRO & 2 

CO, diamonds, watches and jewel- M 

ery, 420 Jackson, branch C20 Clay I 

Jones J D, (A F Evans & Co), 712 Sutter ►> 

Jones J H, (Jone3 & Norwood), res 406 ^ 

Sutter ! fcf 



Jones John, barber. 107 Fifth 



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Jones Miss M, dressmaker, 2529 Mission fccj 
Jones M P, (Jones & Co), res 1121 Pine 

JONES & NORWOOD, (J h 

Jones and W E Norwood), insur-1 
ance brokers, 320 Pine 

JONES ORIN & CO, (OriniJI 

Jones), shoe manufacturers, 105 Bat- pj 

terv * I ■*, I 

Jone^ CJintom^general^agen^Ch^ Jones & C o), res 526 S 



Rock Island & Pacific Railway, 36 

Montgomery, res San Rafael 
Jones & Co, (M P Jones and Webster 

Jones, wholesale grocers, 121-123 

Market 
ones Mrs C W, teacher of embroidery. 

51 6 Jones 
Jones Daniel, real estate agent, 413 

Montgomery, res O-tkland 
Jones D H, mining, 330 Pine, room 55, 

res San Jose 
Jones Ed F, physician, 126 Sixth 
Jones E S, Insurance broker with 

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Sutter 
JONES PAUL A, barber and ^ 

board and lodging house keeper, 049 j ^ 

Mission 
JONES & PERKINS, F F Jones 

and Howard Perkins), saloon, 1162 

"Market 
JONES & PERSON, (James G] g 

Jones and Franklin Person), general; p* 

manager for Pacific Coast Massa- y 

chusetts Benefit Association, 330 

Pine 
JONES REED, mercantile broker, 

J06 Sacramento, res 2404 Bush 



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JONES S A D & CO, (Stephen A tO 

D Jones), importers and commission *p 
merchants, manufacturer's Agent*, 
109 California, res 101 Hartford h^ 

Jones Samuel, (Jones & Givens), r *" : ' ' 



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INS CO, 

res 1823 Market 

Jones Everett D, (SL Jones * Co) 
1414 Harrison, Oakland 

Junes F F, (Jones & Perkins), res 
land House 

Jones Frank, saloon, 194 Stevenson, res 
310 Jessie 

Jones Geo B, florist and decorator, 317 
Sutter, res Saucelito 

Jones George, (Dickman Jones & Hett- 
rick), res 718 Howard 

Jones & Givens, (Samuel Jones and C B 
Glvens), Gllddens patent steel barb 
fence wire, 16 Beale 

Jones H A, stenographer, 65 Nevada 
Block, res Webster 

Jones Harry, wood and coal, 245 Steven- 
son 

Jones H G, (Barrett & Jones), res Oak- 
land 

Jones H L carpet beating, 24-26 Eighth, 
res 1609 O'Farrell 

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Sacramento 
Jones Simon L, <S L Jones & Co), res 

1510 California 
JONES Sli& CO, (Simon L Jone^ 

and Everett D Jones 1, auctioneer* 

and commission merchants, 207-20 

California 
JONES THOMAS D, head ra 

penterS F school department, Offlc 

SE cor Pine and Larkiu, res 9o4 Tay 

lor 
Jones Thomas, carpenter, 1120 Taylor 

res 1108 Clay 
Jones' Truss Company, Justin 

manager and proprietor, 722 M MM 

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W Jones T St Clair, (Mills & Co) res 10 

gFolBom 
Jones W, physician, 155 New Montgom 
t ij ery, rfs 1136 Guerrero 

c_| Jones Webster, (Jone3 & Co), res NE cor 
ip^ Clay and Gough 

o JONES W FARRINGTON, 

^ M D, 200 Stockton ' 

■^ i Jones W H, (Moucisvais & Jones), res 
■^ | 1108 Clay 

^ JONES WM A, manager Llewel 
F4 I lyn Steam Condenser Mauufactur- 
*S Ing Co, 330 Pine, room 51, res 129 

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£* JONES WM H, plumber and gas 
^J filter, 502)4 Ellis, res 708 Larkin 

I Jones \\ infield Scott, vice president 
J Security Sa\ings Bank, res 1313 
I Hyde 

H" jJoost Behrend, (Joost Bros, and Adams & 
Co), res Mountain Spring House, 
/"\; foot of Seventeenth 
y JOOST BROS, (Fabian Joost and 
U- ! Behrend Joost), hardware and me- 
llf ; cbanics' tools, 1-138-1440 Mission 

Q Joost Fabian (Joost Bros), res 1440 Mis- 
| sion 

I Joost Henry, (M Joost & Bro), cor Gough 
and Ash ave 



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f^ JOOST HENRY, groceries, 
UJ 'third, res 42 Everett 

H Joost Herman, daiiy produce, 307 Bat 
^ tery, res 227 Capp 

JJOOST JOHN, giocer, 8W coi 

> j Second and Brannan, res same 

^ JOOST M & BRO, (Martin and 
Henry), hay, grain, wood and coal, 
ff\\ and livery stable, cor Gough and 
W. Ash ave 

CO Joost Martin, (M Joost k Bro), res 701 

|jj McAllister 

fy J oian Lewis G, artist, 719 Market 



Jordan L J & Co, anatomical museum, 

751 Market 
JORDAN MRS T, lodgings. 311 

Giant ave 
Jordan Valley Stock Co, G W Scott se 

retary, 202 Sansome 
Jordan Win H, president Workmen's 

Guarantee Fund Ass'n, 6 Eddy, 

room 41, res Oakland 
Jordan Win H, (Jordan & Bull), attorney 

at law, res 1307 Market, Oakland 
Jordan TV P, manager of the Union 

Transfer Company, res 137 Mont- 
gomery 
Jorgensen C, (Thompson & Jorgensen), 

res 38 Natoma 
Jorgensen Chris, artist, 531 California 
Jorgensen H C, (Jorgensen & Nordale), 

res 1319 Mason 
Jorgensen & Nordale, coffee saloon, 221 

Grant ave 
Jorgensen P, restaurant, 87-88 Center 

Market, res 62fi Fourth 
Jorgensen J R, restaurant, 258 First 
Jorgenson Emil, restaurant, 304 Dupont 
Joseph Bros, (H Joseph and L Joseph), 

merchant tailors, 229 Montgomery 
JOSEPH C A, tailor 1 suits from 

$20 up, pants from 85 up, satisfac 

tion guaranteed, 69 Fourth, res 724 

Folsom 
Joseph Charles, saloon, 316 Fifth 
Joseph Harris, (Joseph Bros), res 1832 

Bush 
Joseph Isaac, barber, 265 East, rea 349 3$ 

Grove 
Joseph Jacob, butcher, 212 Gough, res 

528 O'Farrell 
Joseph Louis, (Joseph Bros), rea 1834 

Bush 
Joseph Nathan, (Nathan Joseph & Co), 

res 1031 Mission 
Joseph Nathan & Co, (Nathan Joseph), 

manufacturers agents, 641 Clay 
Joseph SimoD, furniture, 1226 Stockton 



res 1509 Taylor 



room 21 
Q Jordan Adolph. saloon, 425 Montgom- Jo ^ 

02 JORDAN & BULL, (Wm 
Jordan and Franklin J? Bull), attor 
^ N neys at law, 31:8 Montgomery 
\J room 18 



Jordan L J & Co, (Di 
ager), museum 
Market 



1317 Gough 
H Josephs P A, manufacturer of violins, 
126 Kearny, res 1412 Kearny 
Josephson Mrs B, varieties, 508 Hayes, 
res 504 Hayes 



L J Jordan man- 
of anatomy, 751 



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fj" Jordan Geo, jeweler, 433 Montgomery, 
"™j! res 11 Rondel place 
£H Jordan Gus, locksmith, 2007 Fillmore, 
Tj# res 1206 Jackson 
^ Jordan L G, agent Hall type-writer, 123 
f\ i California, res Buchanan, cor Mar- 
i ket 



Josephs;>n Joshua S, saloon, 300 Turk 
JOSHUA HENDY MA- 
CHINE WORKS, (8 J Hend- 
dy pies, Joshua Bendy manager, 
C V Manner secy, also proprietors 
City Iron Works, 39-51 Fremont 
Joslln Charles A, bootmaker, 402 Do- 
lores 

Josselyn Ben F, physician, 115 Kearny 
Joaselyn Chas, (G M Josselyn & Co), res 
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'josselvn G M, (G M Josselyn & Co), res JUDSON EGBERT, (Judson & 

shepaid), president, California Ar- 
tificial Stone Piving Co. prtsi- 
dent S F Candle Co: president I ali- 
fornia Iron and Steel Co; president 
Judson Powder Co and president 



San Rafael 

JOSSELYN G M & CO, (« M 

Josselyn and Chas Josselyn .». ship- 
chandlers. 38-40 Market 
JOSSELYN J H, physician, 226 

Sutter 
JOSSELYN W C, tailor, 9 Geary, 

room 4-10, res same 
Joat C Jr, (California Distilling Co), res 

1108 Post 
Jost C Sr, (California Distilling Co), res 

1108 Post 
Jost Martin, grocer, 701 Van Ness ave 
Jostue Arthur, saloon, 113 Da-vis 
Joubert Peter, varieties, 1433 Valencia 
Joullin Amedee, artist, 621 Clay, res 723 

Turk 

Joullin Mrs E, laundry, 723 Turk 
Joullin E, saloon, 32 Sixth, res 723 Turk 
Jounicaux A, sewing machines, 426 

Hayes 
Jourdan J P, varnish workB, res 2525 

Howard 

JOURNAL OF COM- 
MERCE, (daily and weekly), Ed 
ward M Murphy manager, 411 Cal 
ifornia 

Joy Edwin W, druggist, 852 Market, res 
512 Van Ness ave 

Joy Mrs Mary, bakery and confection 
erv. 1904 Polk 

Joyce Edmund, livery stable, 729 Valen 
cia 

Joyce F B, oil merchant, SW cor Berry 
and Fifth, res Redwood City 

JOYCE M E, (Joyce k Orudorff), 
res Baldwin Hotel 

JOYCE & ORNDORFT, IM E 

Joyce and Jim Orndorff), Baldwin 
Bar and Billiard room, Baldwin 
Hotel 

Joyce P B, physician, 1C1 Second 

Joyce Peter J, crockery and glassware, 
115 Sixth 

Judah H R, assistant passenger and 
ticket agent S P Co, (Northern 
Division), cor Fourth and Town- 
send, room 33. res San Mateo 

Judd & French, (Chas M Judd and 
James French), carpenters, 1507 
Pine 

Judd Mrs G P, dressmaker, 731 Geary 

Judd N A, (Hicks k Judd), 

Judge Police Court No. 2, James Lawler, 
Old City Hall 

ludis Alphonse, jewelry, 112 Sutter 

Judkins E H, plumber, 2101 Mission, 
res 310 Noe 

JUDSON A, mining office 320 San- 
some, room 52, re9 2306 Devisadero 



Judson Manufacturing Co, res West 
Berkeley 

JUDSON MANUFACTU- 
RING CO, B Henshaw Ward. 
general manager, John Finn assis- 
tant manager, 8 Pine 

JUDSON POWDER CO, 

Bandmann, Nielson & Co, agents, 

30 California 
Judson k Shepard, (Egbert Judson and 

J L N Shenard), S F chemical works, 

402 Front' 
Juhl L M, (Petersen & Juhl), res 533 

Broadway 
Juhl L M, coffee saloon. 533 Broad way 
•Julia Consolidated Mining Co, 419 Cali- 
fornia 
Julian Chas, (C Julian fc Co), res 1313 

Dupont 
Julian C & Co, (C Julian), fancy goods, 

1311 Dupont 
Julian Geo N, (Ball & Julian), office 

Boston, rts Exeter N H 
JulienJ&Co, wines and liquors, 617 

Pacific, res 1212 Powell 
Junck C G, groceries, cor Clay and 

Powell 
Junck D, groceries, SE cor Pacific and 

Taylor 
JUNCTION SALOON, Joseph 

PCbamberlin proprietor, Junction 

Valencia and Mission 
Jund Henrv, shoemaker, 611 Clay 
Jung Henry, Oriental Hotel, 225 

Drumm 
JUNG J C, blacksmith and shu- 

ter maker, all kinds of sheet iron 

work, railings, safes, vaults, sugar 

water and soip tanks, etc, machine 

for corking bottles a specialty, 110 

Main, res 608 Powell 
JUNGBLUT AUG & CO, 

(August Jungblut), billiard table 

manufacturers, 10-12 Golden Gate 

aye 
Jungblut August, (A Jungblut k Co) 

rea 212 Golden Uate ave 
Jungbluth W T, secretary Chicago 

Brewing Com pan} , res :<:>y MftA l ll i 

ter 

JUNGEHC,(HHaaseiCoi, i erf 248 

Third 

Junker Chas. butc her, 135 Gough 
Junkers Kcko, (L Junker and H Ecko> 

butchers, NE cor Fulton and 1 
Junker Fted, butch«r, 1005 McAllister 

res 917 Bucliauau 



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Junker L, (Junker & Ecks), rea 920 



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Buchanan 
Jurgens D R, groceries, 1000 Valencia 
Jurgens Richard, (Boese k Jurgens), res 



514 Grove 
Jurgensen Mrs M, fancy goods retail 

422 Third 
Juri H, (L Juri & Son), res 1902 Stockton 
¥&U?J^ Juri k Son, » res 19 2 Stockton 



iKab wS enr v & Co * f H . enr y Kann and 



William Kaiser), opticians, 212 Kear- 
ny 
Kahn J, (Kahn Bros k Co), res Paris 

KAHN JOSEPH, bakery, 31 

S-xth, res 416 Minna 
Kahn Joseph, (Porter, Slessinger k Co) 
res 1216 Geary 
JURI L & W^L^urf and Hi'Sf J™P* »loon, 416 Pine 

»™!.' de ^^ 8 -Z?e lesale wines and p ar ^ es ' ( hn Bros ' Bine * Co ^ res 



Juri), dealers wholesale wines and 
,jj j liquors, 1328-1330 8tockton 
^ Jurss John, (John Jurss & Co), res 19 
■^ Brannan place 

Jurss John k Co, (John Jurss and 

Richard Yon Ronn), saloon, 605 

Davis 

Justi Chas, (Pacific Fruit Company) 

res 1001 Valencia P y> 

Justice Mining Company, R E Kelly 

? e « r £ ta FJ' E F D ™mm president 
419 California 



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PJ Kaechele Michael, (Kaechele & Roller) 

p| res SE cor Fulton and Octavia 

^ [Kaechele & Roller, (Michael Kaechele 

j-h and Chas Roller), groceries, SE cor 

JD | Fulton and Octavia 

Pd jKaedingC, (Liddle & Kaeding) res 1408 

I Leavenworth 
P| jKaempfer Morris, (Bamberger k Kaemp- 
^j | fer>, res 809 Turk 
^ Kaeser Edward. (Friedlander & Kaeser) 
res cor Fifth and E Tenth, Oakland 



Kahn Leon, (Kahn Bros), res 14273$ La- 
guna 

KAHN M, grain broker, 408 Cali- 
fornia, res 508 Hyde 
Kahn Max, (Kahn Bros), res 1429 La- 

guna 
Kahn Samuel, coffee saloon, 236 Mont- 

gomery, res 218 Stockton 
Kahn Sarah, florist, 311 Sutter 
Kahn S S, physician, 14 Grant ave, res 

1705 Geary 
Kahrs C, grocer, 18 Natoma 
Kahrs Henry, (Kahrs & Hogref), res 

143$ Lewis 
Kahrs k Hogref, (Henry Kahrs and Fred 

Hogref), groceries, NW cor Post and 

Taylor 
Kahrs John, grocer, 124 First 

P,^£°' im P°i'ters Japanese goods 

547 Washington 

KAISER FRED, saloon, 506 
Montgomery, res 221 Mason 

Kaiser Frederick, official reporter Po- 
lice Court Department 1, Old City 

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E. Kahle Frank, saloon, 1801 Mission Heiman Schottler), coffee saloon, 19 

g j S«r <?~ Ma!eS * «* ™ «-"f. /S-,. l-aery, NE cor Pacific 

Oj K^hn Adolph, physician, 2823 Pine 

•^ Kahn Bros, (Max Kahn and Leon Kahn) 

H L . Dutche ™, cor Laguna and Geary ' 

£j Kahn Bros. Bine * ,Co, |( Jules and 

^ I Henry Kahn, S Bine and L Klein), 

g *^»^W^g8EU Mo ; tgomery - 

^ ^12^^^^' KahD & C °>> -j^SLe, clothing, 123 Sixth 
** Kahn Henry, (Kahn Rros, Bine & Co) r* h i*l^ eh F a ? nett & KaiaSky), res 

M L ™* 337 Golden Gate ave ^ * ^ KAXKSTPtS hWpv < 

C> jKahn Henry, (Henry Kahn k Co) r M r^H^ ST ^ "v HENRY,' pro- 

r. 1406 OnirlPT. ««♦'..,.„ prietor Steamboat Exchange, 629 



and Larkin 
Kalisher Ed, (Steinberger k Kalisher) 

res 807 Golden Gate ave 
Kalisher E D. grain broker, 24 Sansome 

res 807 Golden Gate ave 
Kalisky Charles, clothing, 109 Second 

res 149 Grove 



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Kallmann C, (C Kallmann & Son), res 75' Kast L S, (Kast & Co), res 1150 Guerrero 1 fcj 

Valencia JKaeta Ludwig, (Petersen & Cot, res 320 ! 

Kallmann C & Son, (C Kallmann and J Tenth 



Kallmann), watchmakers and jew- 
elers, 757 Valencia 

Kully H E, cigars, 19 Pacific 

Kalvelage & Muller, groceries, cor Fell 
and Franklin 

Kaminski Samuel, barber, 244 Sutter, 
res 34 % Clara 

Kaminer Louis, (Levy & Kammer), 



Kammerer George, (Kammerer & Kocti), ; Katz (jhas, glass, 531 Sacramento 



KASTENS LOUIS M. The Mi- 

kado billiard and Pool Parlors, 419- **J 

421 Larkin, res 28 Grove 
Katter Charles, groceries, 233 Fifth |^,^ 
Katschimski B, boots and shoes, lu ^J 

Third, res 731 McAllister j^ 

KATZ MRS B HIRSCH- £ 

BERG, piano teacher, 103 Perry p" 



res 829 fc Vallejo 
Kammerer & Koch, (George Kammerer 

and Frank Koch), barbers, 542 Cal- 

fornia 
Kammitter Mrs M, bakery, 9«5 Mission 
Kamna Mrs Margaret, bakery, 1007 Va- 
lencia 
Kamps F W, saloon, 800 Geary 
Kampe F W, saloon and restaurant, 30 

California, res NE cor Castro and 

Clipper 
Kane Mrs A L, saloon, 412 Folsom 
Kane Francis B, physician, 460 O'Far- 

rell, res 424 Eddy 
Kane & Heaney, (Lawrenee Kane and 

John Heaney), dairy produce, 11 and 

40 Center market 
Kane Miss Jno T, groceries, 315 Eighth 
Kane Lawrence, (Kane & Heaney), res 

116 Silver 
Kane M J, plumber, 238 Sixth, res 15 

Moss 
Kane M K, saloon. SW cor First and 

Howard, res 507 Howard 
Kane Saniuel, tailor, 405 Commercial, 

res 428 Stevenson 
Kanngiesser Julius, sausage factory, 1409 

Stockton 
Kant Anton, tailor, 306 Jessie 
KARLUK PACKING CO, 

(Gustave Niebaum president, Max 
Heilbronuer seci etary, salmon pack- 
ing, oflice 310 Sausome 

Ktrpel G P, iR I Green S Co), res 162^ 
Gtaary 

Karras & Brown, <M Karras and Mrs Sa- 
die Brown), photographers, 18 Third 

Karras M, (Karras & Brown), res 1234 
Regent, Alamedi 

Karsky G, clothing, 335 Sixth 

Kuril Henry, saloon, 6 Mission 

Kase Spencer M, Jr, clerk Post Office 
inspector's office, 320 Sansoine, res 
P288 Mission 

Kaskel Adolph, hats, 423 Kearny and 
617 Commercial, res 1120 Leaven- 
worth 

Kasper Samuel, furnishing goods, 141 
Third, res 9 Rnss 

Kast & Co, (L S Kast and J Kaufmann), 
boots and shoes, 738-740 Market 



KATZ FRED, Sr, butcher, 94-100 "% 

California Market 
Katz, Jacob, butcher, 743 Mission !"TJ 

KSA T Z OTTO M, barber, 442 m 

Third res Wi Perry 

Katz Samuel, nu.uager Jewish Times 
res 2223 Webster 

KAUCHER F M, picture frames, 
mirrors, passe partoutsand pictures 
enlarged, cheapest place in the city 
for first-class work, will call with 
samples if requested, 1503 Market, 
res same 

Kaufer Constantine, upholsterer, 3f 
Turk, res 708 Ivy ave 

Kaufman J, butcher, 412 Third 

Kaufman C H, bond broker, 307 Mont- 
gomery, res 1521 Jackson 

KAUFMAN CiHARLES. 

pork packer, stall 56, Bay City mar- 
ket, res 817 hi Jessie 
Kaufman Chas, mining engineer, 418 

California, res 1017 Sutter 
Kaufman J >J, (Kaufman, Rau k Co). 

res 1717 Buchanan 
Kaufman Miss M, dressmaker, 315*3 

Stockton 
Kaufman, Rau & Co, (Louis Rau and J 

M Kaufinan), agents YV J Lempe's 

St Louis lager beer, and cigai 

manufrs, 427 Jackson 
Kaufman W W, attorney at law, 33 

Montgomery, res 1521 Jackson 
Kaufmann F, (Kaufmann & Feldmann), 

res 376 San Jose ave 
Kaufmann & Feldmann, (F Kaufuiaun 

and O J Feldmann), groceries, 901- 

905 Mission 
Kaufmann J, (Kast & Co), res 118 Ellis 
Kautimann Jacob, butcher, 723 Folsom. 

res 10 Perry 
Kaufmann Jonas, butcher, 613 Post 
Kaufm anu Leopold, cigars and tobftCOO 

309 East, res 1141 Shotwell 
Kavanagh John, tailor. >'< New Ho* 

gomery, res 1 10 Twelfth 
Kavanagh" John J, varieties. 1009 

Stockton 
Kaveny Annie, (A h T Kaveny.) res 10< 3 

Valencia 



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|z| Kaveny A & T, (Thomas Kaveny and iKeefe Mrs T, saloon, Sierra, S S F 

■=d Annie Kaveny), dry goods, 1003jKeef'e W W, commission merchant, 320 

q| Valencia Davis, res 16 09 Mission 

^»j 'Kaveny Thos, (A & T Kaveny,) res 1003 KEEFER W A, mining, 14 Grant 

£^ I Valencia ave, room 67 

i^r JKayser Bros, (Frank & Richard Kayeen, Keegan James, plumber, 903 Stockton 

3| wood and coal, hay and grain,"lll8-jKEEGAN JOHN* proprietor 8t 

m I 1120 Pacific Nicholas Hotel, 212 to 216 First 

«jKayser Frank, (Kayser Bros), res 1120jKeeler Heman, U S rocking grate bar, 

Pacific 8 New Montgomery 

fejKayser Fritz, (Kayser & Mayer), res Keeler H G, dentist, 14 Grant ave, res 

KEELER CAPT J M, mining 

and marble, 62* Commercial 
Keenan C, saloon. 1144 Market, res 212 
Mayer), saloon, 910 Market Golden Gate ave 

Kayser Richard, (Kayser Bros), res 19 Keenan P bootmake r, 508 Mission 
Bernard 



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H Kayser M, tailor,1603 Buchanan, res 706 

H ! Larkin 

Kayser & Mayer, (Fritz Kayser and John 



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Kean M C, (Fritz k Kean), res 210 Ellis 
KEANE BROS, (Thomas Keane 

and Patrick Boland), dry goods 107 

115 Kearny 

O Keane Daniel J, butcher, 142 Eighth 
Keane D D, boot and shoemaker 849 

Valencia 
KEANE PETER, teacher of 

Spanish 528 Ellis 
Keane Tho3, (Keane Brosl, res 340 Page 
Keany Felix, wagonmaker 1118 Mission 

res 33 Eddy 
Keany William, restaurant, 1553 Market, 
Kearney Bros, (Patrick and Daniel), gro- 

Hceries, SE cor Fulton and Buchanan 
Kearney & Cotterman, (Edward Kearney 
and Frederick Cotterman), saloon, 
703 Battery 
^JKeamey Dennis, barber, 265 Third, res 
^ «* 754 Folsom 

Kearney E. (Kearney k Cotterman), res 
-~ Vallejo near Battery 

CQjKeamey E T, druggist, 214 Kearny 
rf\ Kearney R A, druggist, 501 Folsom 
r'i i Kearney P J, butcher, SW cor Filbert and 
LU Mason 

fy Kearney William, groceries, 1247 Fol 
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KEARNY JAMES F, saloon 21 

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fc- Kearns Thomas, (Sweeney & Kearns) 

^\\ res 10 Lapidge 

^Keating Martin, groceries, 135 Seventh 

Qj 'Keating T W, plumber, 2205 Mission 
Keaton James, saloon, 346% Seventh 
(Kedon Martin, general merchandise, 120 

O Cla y 

ZZm IKeefe G E, (Kennev & Keefe), res 217 
Lx_ Third 

_ Keefe J H, varnisher and polisher, 327 
Sutter 
IKeefe Jas W, blacksmith, 450 Brannan, 
521% Brannan 



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r\ [Keefe Mrs Margaret, confectionery, 1305 
"• I Mission 



Keeney C M, secretary Pacific Rolling 

Mill, res 2423 Filmore 
Keeney J W, physician, 14 Grant ave, 

I res Occidental Hotel 
Keesing Samuel, mining, 435 Califor- 
nia, res 1623% Geary 
KEESING H B, real estate, 435 

California 
Keffe Mrs Timothy, groceries, 1119 

Harrison 
lehlenbeck H, saloon, 8 Sixth, res 333 

Jessie 
Kehoe John W, grocer and butcher, 123 

Ninth 
Kehoe Miss Kate, varieties 720 Brannan 
Kehrlein Emil, engraver, 112 Sutter, res 

2109 Jones 
Keightley Mrs M, dressmaker, 101 

OTarrell 
Keil Fred C, druggist, 2000 Market, res 

3 Haight 
Keily Mrs, bakery, 709 Brannan 
Keith Chas Van Vlpck, engraver, 3 Call 

fornia, res Berkeley 
KEITH N S, electrical engineer 

4u Nevada Block, res 711 Jones 
Keith Wm, artist, 417 Montgomery 
Kelleher & Donahue, (Jeremiah Kelle^ 

her and Chas Donahue), saloon, 1-14 

Second 
Keller CG, (Keller & Kiedlin), res 1749 

Mission 

KELLER & KIEDLIN, (C G 

Keller and G Kiedlin), proprietors 
Mission Turnverin Halle saloon and 
billiards, 749 Mission, opp Wood- 
wards Garden 
Kellett C, livery stable, 2616 Mission 

KELLETT & McMURRAY, 

plaster ornaments, 763 Maiket 
Kellett S, (Kellett & McMurray, rea Cil- 

istoga 

Kelley Bros, (G W and C S Kelley). wood 
and coal, hay and grain, 173 Bail- 
road ave 



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Kelley C 8, < Kelley Bros), 

nica ftnd Railroad ave 
Kelley D O, editor Pacific Churchman, 

res Fresno . 

Kelley George, superintendent San 

Francisco Gaslight works 
Kelley Geo W, stock broker, 337 Pine 
Kelley G W, (Kelley Bros), res Railroad 
Kellave, bet Dominica and Manitoba 
Kelley James, restaurant, 736 Howard 
Kelley James, saloon, 827 Folsom 
Kelley John, saloon, 43 Second 

ey J T, carriage manufacturer, 1112 

Howard _— „. ,.. • x 

KELLEY MARTIN, machinist 

aud blacksmiths' tools, 204 Mission 
Kelley Mrs Patrick, groceries, 27 Ever- 
ett 
Kelley Thos, (White k Kelley), res 14 

Tehama 
Kellner Abraham, (Kellner & Cohn), res 

18 M Harriet 
Kellner & Cohn, (Abraham Kellner and 

Max Cohn), cigar manufacturers, 

1164* Market 
Kellner Meyer, furnishing goods, 30b 

Sixth 
Kellogg F H, vice-president Stockton 

and San Francisco Packet Co, res 

1958 Santa Clara ave, Alameda 
KELLOGG G H, advertising 

agent, 3J0 Pine, res 1270 Eighth, 

Oakland 
KELLOGG GEO H, office 320 

Sansome, room 9. res 7 Glen Park 

ave 
Kellogg Miss L J, physician, 1001 Sut- 
ter 
Kellogg M B, (Fox & Kellogg), res 2424 

Pacific ave 
KELLOGG SHELDON G, at 

torney at law, 38 Merchant s Ex- 
change, res 157 Octavia 
Kelly Miss A, dress maker, Phelan 

Building, room 321 
Kelly Andrew, groceries, 143 Clara 
Kelly Charles E, notary public and at 

tomev at law. 2D'. Sa nsom e 
KELLY CORNELIUS, butcher 

and pork picker, 433 Stevenson, res 

same 
Kelly D, tSheedy & Co), res 1 Rose place 
Kelly D J, (D J Kelly & Co), res 2049 San 

Pablo ave, Oakland 
KELLY D J & CO, (D J Kelly), 

Kureka Rawhide Factory, cor Eigh- 

tirntri and Folsom 
Kelly D V. .Kelly & Liebes), res 225 

Leavenworth 
Kelly Eugene, (Donohoe, Kelly & Co), 

res New York 
Kelly F A. insurance broker, 318 Cali 

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Kelly Frank S, druggist, 102 Eddy 
Kelly, J F, (Kelly Bros), res 221 Leaven- 
worth 
Kelly John, (Kelly & Pinkney), res 217 

Tehama 
Kelly John, saloon, 186 Jessie, res 641 

Mission 
Kelly John T, saloon, 160 Third, res 9t 

David's Honse 
Kelly Joseph, butcher, 1159 Howard, 

res 1233 Folsom 
Kelly J T M & Co, (J T M Kelly), liquors 

wholesal